1970 1st year edition; The World Publishing Company, New York; hardbound in grey textured boards with black lettering on spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket very good.
KIRKUS REVIEW -
Miss Smith, an explicator like Hans Holzer who has wafted to us from that other frequency, continues her tittletattle about Prominent American Ghosts (including further evidence on two cases therein). In Toronto there's the haunted house of former Prime Minister Mackenzie (did she fall or was she pushed down the stairs there on Halloween); in the Dakota where Rosemary had her baby, Judy Holliday had other experiences before dying of cancer; there's a gubernatorial mansion in Delaware and a doctor's house in Mississippi; her own interpretive dreams of a Mrs. Fisher who killed two sets of three children (her own) in Maine; and many presences make themselves felt via pipesmoke, music, and games of pingpong. . . . If it weren't for those true believers, this wouldn't have a ghost of a chance.