Deborah Cuyle (Author)
DescriptionHistoric Snohomish has enough ghostly tales for a town twice its size. A policeman named Henry, who died on the floor of the Oxford Tavern, haunts the popular watering hole alongside nearly twenty other impish spirits. Incarcerated for everything from public drunkenness to coldblooded murder, former inmates still crowd the cells of the old county jail on First Street, banging against the metal confines. Locals attribute the faint lilt of a fiddle heard near the railroad tracks to the spirit of the sad, sullen man who committed suicide on the nearby bluff. Author Deborah Cuyle reveals the chilling history, strange stories and wandering souls that refuse to leave their lovely town.
October 03, 2016
5.9 X 0.4 X 8.9 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
History junkies Deborah Cuyle and Dane Brown are longtime Cannon Beach lovers and former residents. Combining these two interests in Images of America: Cannon Beach, they share its fascinating past with other Cannon Beach enthusiasts.