06 October 2011

Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of the Lone Star State by Ken Hudnall

The History and Mystery of the Lone Star State by Ken HudnallWe'd like to announce the release of Ken Hudnall's Spirits on the Border: The History and Mystery of the Lone Star State. Each volume of Spirits on the Border allows the reader to explore the supernatural side of towns in the Southwest. In this edition, multiple paranormal event listings are presented for over 260 Texas cities. Tourists and locals are bound to find haunted tales no matter where they are in the region. This is the definitive paranormal overview of the Lone Star State. At over 187,000 words, you will have a Texas sized book on your hands! The digital edition is perfect way to take your passion for the paranormal any where you go. This book is available in multiple eBook formats. 

Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of the Lone Star State includes entries from the following cities:Abilene, Acuff, Albany, Alexander, Alice, Allen, Alpine, Alton, Alvin, Amarillo, Andrews, Angleton, Anson, Aquilla, Arlington, Austin, Avinger, Balch Springs, Ballinger, Banana Bend, Bandera, Bangs, Batson, Baytown, Beaumont, Beeville, Belton, Big Sandy, Big Spring, Blooming Grove, Boerne, Bold Springs, Borger, Brady, Brazoria, Brazosport, Bridgeport, Brownsville, Bryan/College Station, Buffalo Gap, Burkburnett, Cactus, Caldwell, Canyon, Carrizo Springs, Carrollton, Carthage, Cason, Cedar Hill, Celburne, China Spring, Christoval, Coahoma, Colorado City, Comal County, Combes, Commerce, Conroe, Coppell, Corpus Christi, Corsicana, Cotulla, Crosby, Dallas, Dekalb, Del Rio, Denton, Diboll, Donna, Dumas, Duncanville, Eagle Pass, Earth, East Bernard, East Columbia, Edgewood, Edinburg, Egypt, Eldorado, Elgin, Elwood, Ennis, Eola, Euless, Farmers Branch, Files Valley, Fischer, Floydada, Fort Davis, Fort Hood, Fort Stockton, Fort Worth, Fredericksburg, Freeport, Galveston, Garland, Gatesville, George West, Georgetown, Gilmer, Goliad, Gonzales, Granbury, Grand Prairie, Haltom City, Hamilton, Hargill, Harker Heights, Harlingen, Haslet, Helotes, Hemphill, Hempstead, Henderson, Hereford, Hidalgo, Hillsboro, Hockley, Houston, Hudson, Humble, Huntsville, Hutchins, Hutto, Iowa Park, Irving, Jacksonville, Jasper, Jefferson, Junction, Kalgary, Keller, Kerrville, Kilgore, Killeen, Kingsville, La Feria, La Grange, La Marque, Lajitas, Lake Jackson, Lampasas, Laredo, League City, Levelland, Liberty, Lindale, Littlefield, Llano, Lockhart 1, Lockhart 2, Longview, Los Chisos Mountains, Lubbock, Luckenbach, Luling, Luther, Marathon, Marfa, Marion, Marshall, Matador, Maxdale, Maypearl, Mcallen, Mckinney, Mesquite, Mexia, Midland, Mineola, Mineral Wells, Mission, Monahans, Monte Alto, Montgomery, Moody, Mount Pleasant, Nacogdoches, Nederland, New Braunfels, Noack, North Richland Hills, Oakalla, Odessa, Olney, Olton, Paint Rock, Palestine, Pampa, Paris, Pasadena, Pearsall, Pecos, Peyton Colony, Pflugerville, Pharr, Plainview, Port Aransas, Port Isabel, Port Neches, Possum Kingdom, Post, Presidio, Princeton, Ransom Canyon, Refugio, Richardson, Richmond, Rio Grande City, Rio Hondo, Roby, Roma, San Angelo, San Antonio, San Benito, San Juan, San Marcos, San Patricio, San Perlita, Santa Ana, Santa Maria, Santa Rosa, Saratoga, Schulenburg, Scottsville, Seabrook, Sealy, Seguin, Seminole, Shafter, Shallowater, Sherman, Skidmore, Snyder, Southlake, Spring, Springtown, Stanton, Sterling City, Sulphur Springs, Sunnyvale, Sweetwater, Tennyson, Terlingua, Texarkana, City, The Colony, The Woodlands, Thurber, Tomball, Trinity, Turkey, Tyler, Uvalde, Valley Mills, Victoria, Waco, Waxahachie, Weatherford, Weslaco, West Columbia, White Oak, Whitehouse, Wichita Falls, and Wimberly.

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