Haunted Dallas is an adventure into … the strange and supernatural stories that echo through the halls and streets of Dallas, Texas.
Have you heard the stories of ghostly hands operating the curtains at the Renaissance-inspired Majestic Theater in Dallas? It’s one of many stories in this book by Rita Cook.
Read about the Sixth Floor Museum in the room where Oswald aimed at President John F. Kennedy. Some visitors say they feel a sadness lingering in that room. From hauntings in city parks, restaurants, and hotels, to the ghosts who inhabit the community of McKinney, Texas, you will either find yourself up at night suffering from insomnia or adventure as you read “Haunted Dallas.”
The ghosts of Dallas have stories to tell in the Texas heartland, and this is a great book to read any time of the year.
About the author: Rita Cook is a writer/editor who specializes in many subjects – primarily travel, entertainment and automobiles. A special emphasis is given to haunted houses and ghosts. She also published “A Brief History of Forth Worth” with The History Press, and before 2011, she had more than 1,000 articles to her credit during a 12-year span. She writes for newspapers and magazines.
With photography by Russell W. Dandridge
Softcover, published 2011 in the Haunted America series, 123 pages.