Apparitions of the Azalea City
...is part of the Haunted America line from Arcadia Publishing.
It features twenty-one true, firsthand accounts of ghosts and hauntings in the Mobile area. Several of the haunted historic places in the book are open to the public: The Mobile Carnival Museum, The Richards-DAR House, The Bragg-Mitchell Mansion and the Oakleigh Period House Museum. Black and white photos, a brand new story about the Mobile Carnival Museum, and updates on past stories.
Where To Buy Haunted Mobile is available at major retailers throughout the Southeast and online and through History Press online; but if you are local, visit any of these enthusiastic supporters of our ghosts: Bienville Books, The Museum of Mobile's Gift Shop, and The Mobile Carnival Museum's Gift Shop.
Retailers, bookstores and libraries can contact Arcadia Publishing for ordering information.
Mobile Ghosts: Alabama's Haunted Port City and Mobile Ghosts II: The Waterline are the books that started it all. They are no longer available for purchase, but Haunted Mobile is a compilation of the best "haunted house" stories from these two books.