Meridian once echoed with the high and lonesome sound of early country music pioneer Jimmie Rodgers. With the right ears, that lonely wail may still be heard from the spirits that haunt this historic east Mississippi community. Now, for the first time, Meridian ghost expert and local author, Alan Brown, surveys the city's many sites of ghostly activity and recounts chilling tales of spirits past. From the Gypsy Queen's grave at the Rose Hill Cemetery to the phantom that haunts Stuckey's Bridge, this frightening collection offers adventurous readers a view into a side of Meridian's history that is rarely seen.I must admit that we were disappointed when we traced the noise to a fuse box, which clicked periodically. We were also able to explain away other aspectrala sounds that we heard during the remainder of the evening, such as the ticking of aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Haunted Meridian, Mississippi|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2011-01|