Haunted Ocean City and BerlinAutor: Mindie Burgoyne E-book
A vacation destination and a historic small town: two places that make Maryland great—and ghostly. More chills from the author of Haunted Eastern Shore.
A ghostly sea captain, an ill-fated lover and jazz musicians who go on playing long after their last songs—these are the spirits that make their presence known from Ocean City’s Boardwalk to the picturesque town square of Berlin. The phantom scent of a woman’s perfume floats from Trimper’s carousel, while the Ocean City Life-Saving Station is haunted by the ghost of a drowned sailor. In Berlin, some guests never check out of the Atlantic Hotel, and strange happenings have been reported at the Rackliffe House, where legend has it that a cruel plantation owner was murdered by his slaves. Author and guide Mindie Burgoyne takes a chilling journey through the haunted history and lore of Ocean City and Berlin.