Women in White: The Haunting of Northeast Florida

Elizabeth Randall, Photographs by Bob Randall

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Read 29 tales from 4 northeastern Florida counties that are dominated by the wispy trails of strange female spirits known as ghostly "Women in White." They stand and stare, float, appear in mirrors, and can be seen in many varied locations. These apparitions guard the many secrets in northeast Florida...secrets told in the coded language of ghost lore. Who is the wet spirit woman at Princess Place Preserve? Is a Woman in White still looking for someone to haunt at the Old Clay County jail? Who is the woman wringing her hands at Old St. Luke's Hospital? What apparition haunts the Casa Marina Hotel by running the halls at night? Who is the ghostly woman walking back and forth on the second floor of the Homestead Restaurant? To see such a spirit, one only need look beneath the surface of northeast Florida's beauty...or turn the pages of this tome.

Size: 6" x 9" | 61 b/w images | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764348822

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Husband and wife photojournalist team Liz and Bob Randall spent a year on the northeast coast of Florida collecting paranormal folklore, researching the history of haunted sites, and photographing the evidence about the "Women in White." Elizabeth is a widely published freelance writer, the author of three books, and a high school English teacher. Bob is a published freelance photographer, and a business owner of a car stereo repair shop and a car stereo web site. This is their second book about ghostlore in northeast Florida. Their most recent publications include a book of ghost lore and history titled, Haunted St. Augustine and St. Johns County. They also wrote and photographed a how-to book for educators titled, The Floating Teacher: A Guide to Surviving and Thriving. They live in Lake Mary, Florida with their daughter, Courtney, and their granddaughter, Cassidy.