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Yellowstone Ghost Stories

by Shellie Herzog Larios

  • 266 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Riverbend Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore & Mythology - Folklore,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8805323M
    ISBN 101931832714
    ISBN 109781931832717
    OCLC/WorldCa71007191

    Yellowstone is one of my favorite places. So I decided to write a ghost story involving Yellowstone National Park. Eaton's Ghost, A Yellowstone Ghost Story, is based on a dream my brother-in-law had. Of course, I have taken some liberty to write the story my way, and of course, my way makes it both a ghost story and a romance. Yellowstone is an American drama television series created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson that premiered on J on the Paramount stars Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Cole Hauser, and Gil series follows the conflicts along the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, an Indian reservation, and land er(s): Brian Tyler.

    "Yellowstone Ghost Stories" by Shellie Larios is packed with things that go bump in the park's cool nights. Among the book's many well-told tales, there's the headless bride at Old Faithful Inn. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Next stop, ghost town --Of mammoth spirits --Phantom on the floors --River Styx --The sentinel of Yellowstone --Yancey's ghost --Spirits of the Bannock --Imaginary companions --The ratty ghosts --LeRoy Piper, lost forever --Mattie's spirit --The haunting of Old Faithful Inn --Dead men don't play.

    A Ghost Town on the Yellowstone by Paul, Elliot and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ghost Town Yellowstone, First Edition - AbeBooks Passion for books. Yellowstone National Park is haunted—or is it? You’ll think so after reading all the spooky tales in this book, including a little lost boy who appears and disappears among crowds of tourists, a headless bride at Old Faithful Inn, and various other ghostly spirits, mysterious sounds, and strange app.


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Yellowstone Ghost Stories by Shellie Herzog Larios Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yellowstone Ghost Stories: Spooky Tales From the World's First National Park Paperback – June 1, by Shellie Larios (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(12).

The book Yellowstone Ghost Stories is about a majority of encounters of ghosts in Yellowstone. The author is Shellie Herzog Larios and the genre would mystery nonfiction.

Yellowstone Ghost stories gives many stories of ghosts that people have seen, from the woman who was walking one night hitchhiking and a man named Marc Elliot stopped to pick her up but later he finds out she wasnt even /5. Overview Yellowstone National Park is haunted—or is it.

You’ll think so after reading all the spooky tales in this book, including a little lost boy who appears and disappears among crowds of tourists, a headless bride at Old Faithful Inn, and various other ghostly spirits, mysterious sounds, and strange : Riverbend Publishing.

Yellowstone Ghost Stories The Headless Bride. The legend of Yellowstone’s most notorious ghost begins inin New York, when the teenage Haunted Hotels. Looking for a “haunting” hotel experience. Many Yellowstone staffers claim that Old Faithful. Author Bryn McCullough loves ghost stories and Yellowstone National Park is full of them.

For her next book, she heads to Yellowstone to research ghosts. Never did she expect to actually meet one. After losing his wife, Eaton Westfield found solace and a new place to reinvent his life as a photographer in the tourist town of West Yellowstone.

this book is full of okay stories. there are a couple of good ones, but the author's story telling doesn't excite much. doesn't lead up to any spine tingling or anticipation.

i thought this would be a great book full of scary stories taking place in yellowstone. some were only stories, no spooky, no scary, no real point/5(19).

Yellowstone Ghosts, Part l Shellie Larios’ book Yellowstone Ghost Stories has many unusual stories about this national park located in Wyoming.

Larios shares the well-known traditional ghost stories of the Old Faithful Inn. This includes sightings of the Headless Bride and the lover who killed : Virginia Lamkin. Here is my favorite ghost story from Shellie Larios' book, Yellowstone Ghost Stories. An Unlikely Participant The Yellowstone Expedition set off in August of with 18 : Virginia Lamkin.

A ghost story was born in the Lower Falls of Yellowstone inwhen a group of militia men set out to explore the area for signs of gold. The men's pack horses were stolen by Native Americans.

The militia men pursued the thieves, and the chase ended up on water. With the horses swimming alongside, the Native Americans attempted to cross the river by raft - but were swept over the falls.

Yellowstone has many ghosts stories, but the most famous tale is that of a headless bride who walks down the stairs from the Crow's Nest in the Old Faithful Inn. Yellowstone History and Culture Q&A with Yellowstone's Superintendent Dan Wenk. Then this may be the book for you. Yellowstone National Park was the worlds first national park and these 20 or so spooky tales come from there.

The tales in this collection include ghosts haunting inns with noises and appearances, mysterious disappearances and circumstances, as well as tragic stories of death, murder, and loss.

Ive never been to Yellowstone or OFI but my aunt has and when she back she had a book about Yellowstones ghost stories it's pretty interresting i would reccommend people read it. reply Submitted by admin on J - pm. Yellowstone’s scariest stories Lee Whittlesey at Red Rock Point in Yellowstone National Park.

Whittlesey is author of “Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the first National Park.” (Photo courtesy Lee Whittlesey).

Whittlesey first documented Yellowstone’s most unusual deaths in in his book “Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the first National Park.” This Halloween, there are even more of these true tales to read with an updated version Whittlesey released in early   Plenty of books about Yellowstone National Park are available.

Below you’ll find a selection of books about Yellowstone National Park on topics like history, geology, hiking, fly fishing, sightseeing, true life tales, mountaineering, fatalities, wildlife, imagery, field guides, maps, ghost stories, picture books, kids books and trivia.

“Yellowstone Ghost Stories” is available at bookstores or by calling Riverbend Publishing toll-free The page paperback is $ Titles You Might Also LikeBrand: Shellie Larios. At least at first glance, Paramount's new series Yellowstone has all the makings of a successful modern Western drama — a real estate company that threatens the land of.

Author Bryn McCullough loves ghost stories and Yellowstone National Park is full of them. For her next book, she heads to Yellowstone to research ghosts. Never did she expect to actually meet one. After losing his wife, Eaton Westfield found solace and a new place to reinvent his life as a photographer in the tourist town of West : CreateSpace Publishing.

Some are campfire tales like the Headless Bride; a folktale invented by a Yellowstone employee to entertain guests staying at Old Faithful Inn. Other ghost stories have been reported as true tales told (and retold) by visitors, rangers, soldiers, and other park employees over the years.

In her book Yellowstone Ghost Stories, Shellie Larios relates the story of Wahb, a lonely, silver-tipped grizzly. This ursine apparition had a tragic life—his family was destroyed by gunfire in his youth—and after his apparent suicide at Death Gulch, he now haunts the forests of Yellowstone.

Yellowstone has many ghosts stories, but the most famous tale is that of a headless bride who walks down the stairs from the Crow's Nest in the Old Faithful Inn. The legend starts in New York. The wealthy owner of a shipping company had a teenage daughter that was a bit of a rebel. Ghosts In Yellowstone!

Posted April 9, & filed under Fun Stuff. Hi everyone! Sally Diamond has written this piece – to inspire your ghostly writing – on tracking down those ghosts that haunt Yellowstone (yes, there are many spooky stories in the Park.). Yellowstone Ghost Stories by Shellie Herzog Larios.

Published June 1, by Riverbend Publishing. Written in English.