Weird Civil War Your Travel Guide to the Ghostly Legends and Best-Kept Secrets of the American Civil War

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-04-21
  • Publisher: Sterling
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Weird Civil War delves into the peculiar history and ghastly legacy of the bloodiest period in American history, featuring the era's most gripping tragic tales, fascinating facts, spooky scenarios, and eccentric characters. This brand-new volume—which compiles the most compelling Civil War stories from the bestselling Weird series—will excite precocious history students, Civil War buffs, and the multitude of Americans-young and old-with historical ties to the Confederate and Union armies.

Author Biography

After graduating from Parsons School of Design, Mark Moran set out on a journey of weird discovery, wandering the back roads of the United States, listening to the tall tales locals would tell and photographing the unusual sites he found. This odd quest would lead him to unforeseen and unexpected roles as magazine publisher, author, and TV-show host. These days Mark lives a seemingly normal life in a quiet New Jersey suburb with his wife and two daughters.
Mark Sceuerman blended his love for New Jersey and his affection for the strange into a magazine called Weird N.J., which explored every unbelievable tale he would hear while traveling around the state. The response to the publication was overwhelming, and the journey to uncover little-known weird stories about the other 49 states began. Mark has been in the publishing industry most of his life as a graphic designer, writer, and man behind the scenes on the New Jersey music front. Currently Mark lives in NJ with his wife, Shirley, and their daughter.

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