Ghosts of Chestertown and Kent County
by D.S. Daniels
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Strange encounters and ghostly presences haunt the historic streets of Chestertown and the backcountry roads of Kent County. The centuries-old Kent County Courthouse may be home to the ghost of Esther Anderson, who was sentenced to burn at the stake in 1746. Strange lights float above Caulk's Field, where fallen British marines were buried during the War of 1812. The scent of lavender accompanies the ghost of Aunt Polly at the Geddes-Piper House, while the spectral Tall Man waits for passersby on a lonely country bridge. Author D.S. Daniels explores the historic events behind the ghost lore of Chestertown and Kent County.
- Arcadia Publishing Inc., August 2015
The History Press
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