'Haunted Annapolis' Authors Visit Broadneck Library
Two authors will be at the Broadneck Branch Library at 7 p.m. Thursday to discuss some spooky stories from their book.
Ever want to learn about the spooky side of Annapolis' long history?
Two Broadneck residents jointly published a book on Annapolis' resident ghost stories, filled with tragedy, love, adventure and horror—Haunted Annapolis: Ghosts of the Capital City, was written by two local residents, Mike Carter and Julia Dray.
The duo will be at the Broadneck Branch Library at 7 p.m. Thursday to discuss some spooky stories from their book.
Together, Carter and Dray operate Annapolis Ghost Tours. Their book, published in October, is based on years of research by the pair into the history behind some of Annapolis' most notorious ghost stories. It also outlines the tours and pubs available around town where you can get closer to these stories.
Haunted Annapolis is available as both an electronic publication and a printed book. It can be found online through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or at local bookstores.