GHOSTLY ANIMALS OF AMERICA by Patricia Edwards Clyne

GHOSTLY ANIMALS OF AMERICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Phantom steers stampede in Texas. . . a slain Cheyenne returns as a wolf to guide his wife to safety. . . a Long Island utopian is visited by a red owl, who identifies himself as an unburied Indian chief. . . and the Lost Colony's Virginia Dare fingers as a ghost-white deer. Clyne has gathered nineteen such reports from across the country, and she appends each with directiosn for getting to the scene of the haunt. Some sidetrips, perhaps, for a dull family vacation, but monotonously similar and undramatic en masse.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1977
Publisher: Dodd, Mead