Book Review: Who Let The Ghosts Out? by Stephen Graycategories: Book, White-Collar Crime, Ghost, Desecration, Cemetery, WW1, Civil War, War. Veterans, Catholic Missions California, California Pioneer History, Spanish American War, True Crime
Stephen Grayabout this book: This is a ghost story with a serious moral lesson, about an actual event and place. A Civil War veteran, Admiral Casper, becomes a federal whistle blower. He is upset about being forgotten in an unmarked grave, in a desecrated cemetery, that is now a city dog park. For almost fifty years this federal crime went unreported.
MASS DESECRATION OF VETERANS GRAVES.
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greatThis is a fantastic story about a desecrated cemetery, turned into a city dog park. How would you feel if a relative of yours was buried there? This is a love story for the ages. An American Classic is born.
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