Salem Secret Underground: The History of the Tunnels in the City
The real life story of how 159 people including senators, a superior court justice, secretaries of state, the countries first millionaires, a secretary of the Navy, directors in our national banks, the first National Guard Unit, and the real life murderer from the game Clue dug three miles of tunnels to defraud Thomas Jefferson's administration by avoiding paying his custom duties.
Filled with pictures of the tunnels and the homes they are connected to. A living book which is updated frequently as new finds come to light. This is the second edition of hit book that everyone digs!
The sequel to the smash hit everyone digs, Salem Secret Underground!
Salem, Ma was once the second richest port in America. With this wealth came great power. People from Salem have shaped American history; for good and bad.
People from Salem have tried to give New England back to the British during the War of 1812, dug 3 miles of tunnels to avoid customs, assassinated a president and got away with it, planned a series of economic collapses every 20 years, and were behind the biggest opium trade in history.
Also people from Salem were the first to light their home by electricity, created the phone, built electric cars in the 1800's, patented the #2 pencil, and more.
Murder on the Common
The latest edition in the The Sinclair Narratives. Join Prince Henry Sinclair, everyone's favorite immortal who sailed from Scotland near Roslyn Chapel to find Vinland a 100 years before Columbus and sailed to America with the Templar's treasure horde. In this tale we follow Henry through a murder mystery that influenced Parker Brother's game Clue, the real life murder which was the most famous in nineteenth century. Along the way he will be hampered by the the Illuminati, Lovecraftian monsters, Mormons, and Vampires. Filled with historical personages that shaped American history and composite photographs taken from Matthew Brady and others.
Look for other Sinclair Narratives in future novels and in issues of Arkham: Tales from the Flipside magazine.