Haunted Baton Rouge Paperback Book
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By Bud Steed, Photography by Hope Steed Kennedy
With yellow fever, Civil War battles, murders and tragic accidents staining its history, it is no wonder that Baton Rouge is rife with tales of ghostly visitors. Highland Road has had so many reports of Civil War soldier sightings that the local police department sent out an officer to track one down. Spirits crowd about in the stately grounds of the Magnolia Mound and Old Cottage Plantations, the Old Capitol and the New and even the USS "Kidd." Unlikely spots like the Guaranty Income Life and Broadcast Building have plenty of hair-raising stories of their own; the cafeteria used to be a morgue Explore the Red Stick's eerie past with paranormal investigator Bud Steed as he uncovers the city's most chilling tales.
About the Author: Bud Steed is investigation manager for TOPS, The Ozarks Paranormal Society, based in southwest Missouri. Author of Haunted Natchez Trace and Haunted Mississippi Gulf Coast, Steed is an accomplished photographer and he writes a weekly column about ghosts and hauntings. Hope Steed Kennedy is a Baton Rouge native.
|PUBLISHER:||The History Press|
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