America's Most Ghostly Places: New York State: A Psychic Medium's Guide to Investigating Haunted Locations will enlighten your view of ghosts and make you more sensitive to paranormal activity.
The state of New York is home to a large number of haunted sites populated by ghosts—people who have died sudden or violent deaths and have been unable to rest in peace. These ghosts and spirits inhabit bars and restaurants, cemeteries, homes, and popular historic sites, many times hoping to find someone who can relay an important message to their loved ones before making their journey to the other side. Nationally acclaimed psychic medium and communicator to the spirits, Jeffrey A. Wands, has been interacting with ghosts and spirits for the majority of his life and is now sharing stories about those he has encountered in New York’s most ghostly places, including who they were when they were alive, what happened to them before they died, and what paranormal activity has been reported by visitors to these haunted sites. You will learn what to expect when you step onto any of these twenty-seven haunted locations, many of which hold historic relevancy, such as Hotel Chelsea, St. James Chapel, Flushing Town Hall, Five Corners Cemetery and the New York State Capital Building.
However, you must remember one thing before embarking on your ghost-hunting adventure: always show the utmost respect for the ghosts and their personal space.
Jeffrey Wands is an internationally acclaimed psychic medium, radio host, and author. He has hosted his own radio show in New York for many years. Currently, his show, "Psychic Sundays," can be heard on WALK 97.5 FM. He is a welcomed, regular guest on radio programs across the country and has also made many television appearances, including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Maury, Today and A&E's Mediums: We See Dead People to name just a few. Jeffrey's psychic practice in Port Washington, New York, has thousands of clients worldwide who willingly wait for up to a year for an appointment. Please visit JeffreyWands.com.