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Beneath the statehouse dome and from the banks of the Severn River, the ghosts of Annapolis rise to roam the red-bricked streets of the old city. The capital of Maryland since 1694, the city hosts the restless dead who never left the narrow alleys, taverns and homes where they met their ends. Come dine with Mary Reynolds at the tavern she's been keeping since the 1760s, stand vigil at the sarcophagus of Admiral John Paul Jones and search for the figure of Thomas Dance, who plummeted from the heights of the statehouse dome in 1793. From headless men and ghostly soldiers to unlucky bootleggers and ominous gravediggers, Annapolis Ghost Tour founder Mike Carter and tour guide Julia Dray narrate the eerie tales of these and other supernatural residents of Annapolis.
Table of Contents
A Brief History of Annapolis
The Maryland State House
St. Anne's Church
Rams Head Tavern
The Historic Inns of Annapolis
St. John's College
The Headless Ghost of Cornhill Street
The James Brice House
The Brooksby-Shaw House
The John Brice II House
136 Dock Street
Thirsty Roland, the Unfortunate Mr. Hastings and the Soldiers of Pinckney Street
Appendix: Exploring Haunted Annapolis
About the Authors
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