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Sasquatch, Ghosts, Legends & Mystery

Sasquatch, Ghosts, Legends & Mystery

The recent visit to Whitehall by the production team of Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” series  generated a bit of interest.   The native Bartholomew brothers – Paul and Robert – of that town  have written about Sasquatch (Bigfoot) and  Champlain’s “Champ” and other  “mysterious creatures” that haunt the Adirondack region for many years.  We thought that maybe our readers would enjoy learning more about both “Bigfoot” and “Champ” and so much more of this genera that we bring to your attention some books available at the Hancock House.

For your reading we present several titles that we have in our Olde Post Office Book & Gift Shop of this genera that may be of interest to you.

 

Gift bk  -Bigfoot NY & NE

 “Bigfoot – Encounters in New York & New England”  ~ The Bartholomew brothers – Paul & Robert – lengthy research and documentation of their investigation into “a hulking 7 foot-tall human like creature” in New York and New England.  The Whitehall area for several decades has been one of the places that sightings have been of interest to followers of this “creature.”  In four parts:  1 & 2 – “Encounters in New York and New England;” 3 – “Evaluating the Evidence;” and, 4 – “Case Catalog:  Bigfoot- Related Incidents.”

$24.95 – Softcover & Illustrated  (Member Discount)

 

Gift bk - The Untold Story of Champ Robert E. Bartholomew –  “The Untold Story of CHAMP – “A Social History of America’s Loch Ness Monster.”  ~ Contents ~ “The Early Memoir of a Sea Monster;” “The Serpent, or at Least Its Tale, Resurfaces;”” The Fall and Rebirth of a Legend, Shonky Journalism;” ” A controversial Photo, and a Monster Dispute;” ” Egos, Obsessions, and the Quest for Fame; ”  “The Monster Hunters & In Search of Answers.”

$24.95 – Softcover & Illustrated (Member Discount)

 

 

Gift bk  - Haunted Lk George Lynda Lee Macken “Haunted Lake George”  ~  “Recounts the region’s storied history and weaves a tapestry of awesome mysteries.  Centuries of gruesome battles left behind a militia of earthbound spirits.  These restless specters haunt the southern shore, historic sites and several surrounding restaurants.”

$12.95 – Softcover & Illustrated  (Member Discount)

 

 

Gift bk - ghost & Legends of Lk Champlain

Thea Lewis ~ “Ghosts and Legends of Lake Champlain”  ~ A personal journey into the places and stories of legends on both sides of Lake Champlain.  Travel along with her as she visits familiar places and re-tells the tales of the region.  “The ghosts of Fort Ticonderoga;” “A Murder in Plattsburgh;” “A Hermit of Champlain;” (SUNY Plattsburgh) “Who is haunting  Hawkins Hall;” “A Ghost Ship” and so much more.

$19.99 – Softcover & Illustrated (Member Discount)

 

Gift bk  -Adirondack Mysteries  “Adirondack Mysteries and Other Mountain Tales” – Compiled and Edited by Dennis Webster.  “A collection of stories that take place in the rugged and hearty Adirondack Mountains of New York State.  With tales from acclaimed mystery writeers and your favorite Adirondack authors.”

$17.95 – Softcover  (Member Discount)

 

 

Gift bk  -Sea Monsters, Love Stories & Lies  Sea Monsters, Love Stories & Lies”   ~ by Captain J. Drew Van Der Volgen – ” A flatlander’s guide to the history, humor and lore of the Adirondacks. – Chapters – 1 – “The Adirondack Park & the Great Camps;” 2 -” Lake George History, People and Islands; 3- “Adirondack Sports;” 4 – “Adirondack Tales;” 5 – “Enter at your own risk, Irreverent Jokes and Word Jumble.”

$7.00  Softcover & Illustrated (Member Discount)

 

We invite you to shop in our “Olde Post Office Book & Gift Shop” for these titles and some much more.   Don’t forget that Ticonderoga Historical Society members get 10% off their purchases.  Mail orders available.  NYS Sales Tax and shipping and handling apply.

 

Program Alert – Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 2 PM ~  “Common Threads:  Adirondack Quilts Tell Their Stories” by Hallie E. Bond.  This program is made available with a generous grant from the New York State Council for the Humanities.

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