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Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Hosting RetroFest on the Potomac and Book Signing by Local Author of Haunted Southern Maryland

Piney Point Lighthouse Museum is pleased to host a book signing of Haunted Southern Maryland by local author David W. Thompson on Saturday, September 28, 2019, during RetroFest on the Potomac. Thompson’s latest book was recently released by History Press and is available at the Museum Stores at both St. Clement’s Island Museum and Piney Point Lighthouse Museum. “We are excited to add this book signing to our Retro Fest event,” said Jayne Walsh, manager of the museum stores. “I am especially thrilled that the Piney Point Lighthouse was chosen to grace the cover of David’s new book, Haunted Southern Maryland.” Southern Maryland is home to a vast number of legends and ghost stories, many of which are recounted in Thompson’s book. Brave readers will encounter otherworldly specters like the spirit of the famed “witch” Moll Dyer, the haunted history of Sotterley Plantation, and the tales of the ghosts that remained after the Civil War at Point Lookout. Thompson takes the reader on a spooky journey through Southern Maryland’s long, and oftentimes haunted, history. This book signing is a welcome addition to an event that promises something for everyone who loves all-things “retro.” Admire classic cars, browse for vintage treasures, […]

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