Haunted Alaska, by Ron Wendt
They are watching us, these ghosts of the North. They cook breakfast, play cards, mine gold, turn on radios, and play the piano. Haunted Alaska (96 pages) is a collection of ghost stories that will raise the hair on the back of your neck. These astonishing stories tell of miners terrorized by spirits wandering their claims, of roadhouse owners visited daily by ghosts, and of reindeer herders who run in fear as one of their own departed comes back in spirit form to continue his duties after death.
Ron Wendt was raised on his family’s homestead near Fairbanks and his father’s mining claims in the Circle gold fields of eastern Alaska. He developed an early interest in Alaska history by exploring the ghost towns and mining camps and talking with old-timers from the gold rush era. He had worked as a gold miner, newspaper, reporter, photographer, college instructor, construction worker, and maintainance man. Wendt’s articles and photos appeared in numerous publications. He owned Goldstream Publications of Wasilla, Alaska. Wendt sadly passed away in 2008.
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