Strum a Spooky Banjo, Tip that Ten-Gallon Hat, and Meet Country Music’s Greatest Ghosts
Jam out to this impressive compilation of haunted hot spots, creepy curses, and celebrity spirits of country and western music. Presenting the paranormal legacy behind one of America’s oldest and most popular genres, Ghosts of Country Music takes a captivating, in-depth look at legendary musicians and the places where they perform . . . even after death.
Experience true stories of larger-than-life stars—including Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash—haunting their favorite homes and stages. Step inside the Music City Center, the Apollo Civic Theatre, Bobby Mackey’s Music World, and other iconic venues where ghosts love to roam. Explore the numerous recording studios, record shops, and radio stations that attract paranormal activity. This fascinating book will thrill you with much more than just a catchy tune.
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Country music can affect us deeply, and some experts on the supernatural say there is way we can measure the powerful spiritual effect of country music: the number of stories about ghosts and spirits that are told by country musicians and—maybe more importantly—the number of country music stars who are said to still live on even after they have left the mortal stage. Matthew L. Swayne, author of the new Ghosts of Country Music, explores a list of five country music celebrities who might just be country music's most supernatural superstars.