Author: Debra Munn
Wyoming Ghost Stories
by Debra D. Munn
Scares and frights and mysteries! Haunted houses! Eerie voices! The walking dead!
Here are the ghosts of Wyoming, the strange but true tales of unnerving sights and sounds that have never been explained. Footsteps when no one is there. Things that move that shouldn’t move. Spectral bedside visitors and ghastly ghoulish sights.
These stories span the state wherever ghosts ramble and roam. There are stories from Cheyenne, Sheridan, Cody, Laramie, Casper, Rawlings, Green River, and lots of places in between. The subjects are star-crossed lovers, murderers and the murdered, miners and cowboys and Native Americans, all carefully researched and authenticated by interviews with the people who have witnessed the unknown and unexplained.
So find a comfortable chair and settle in for an entertaining read about the Cowboy State’s ghosts…and is that a ghostly wail you hear or just the Wyoming wind?
About the Author
Debra Munn, a native of Amarillo, Texas, is a descendant of miners who lived in Butte and Anaconda, Montana, at the beginning of the twentieth century. From 1982 to 1990 she lived in Powell, Wyoming, where she taught composition, literature, and creative writing courses at Northwestern College. In 1995 she moved to Brighton, East Sussex, in England, where she lives today. Debra has a Ph.D. in American literature from Florida State University and has published short stories, essays, and articles on a variety of subjects.