Since 1933, hundreds of motorists traveling around White Rock Lake at night have reported picking up a beautiful female hitchhiker who claims to be the unfortunate victim of an automobile accident.
After asking to be taken home, once the drivers arrive at their destination, the woman disappears from the back seat leaving only a puddle of water where she had been sitting.
Is this apparition the troubled spirit of a woman who died tragically long ago at the lake or simply the construct of a mass hallucination?
A Story Woven Between The Lives Of
Two women, forever bound
ACROSS THE THIN VEIL BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH BY A PARANORMAL FORCE
THAT TRANSCENDS TIME ITSELF…
As a child she saw an apparition at White Rock Lake that has haunted her dreams ever since. As she comes to terms with an inherited gift of empathy, she yearns to be free of the spirit that has taken over her life and refuses to let her go...
A young woman who lived on the cursed lake long ago, caring for a psychotic mother, surrounded by a grief that had consumed her since birth. Her only desire; to escape the deep sadness of her youth and live her life on her own...
In New York City
The Bobst Library
An encounter with the spirit of a young suicide victim who died decades before; is he simply reaching out or desperately trying to warn Laura of the danger she faces in her search for the truth?
From luxurious hotels to dilapidated warehouses, the unspoken tales of burlesque clubs, gangland-style murders, and orgies for the rich and famous of a by-gone era are revealed…
White Rock Lake
Deep in the water
What dark, unspeakable thing resides in the cold waters
of White Rock Lake that has indiscriminately fed on the lifeforce of both the guilty and the innocent for generations?
Searching for the truth, Laura Milton interviews a myriad of
colorful characters who impart bits and pieces of the puzzle with every breath-taking story.
But now, there are people following her who would stop at nothing to keep the identity of the ghost a mystery...
White Rock is a southern Gothic paranormal mystery based on one of the most famous urban legends in the region. Written in a literary voice, the book faithfully incorporates historic events with popular folklore and eyewitness testimonies to craft a lush and intelligent ghost story set in Dallas, Texas. This is the first in a series of novels based on the protagonist, the brilliant yet flawed Laura Milton and her uncanny gift of communication with the dead.
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If you're looking for a big, juicy paperback full of suspense and meticulous historical research, White Rock is the book for you. ...Guerrero's unpretentious writing style is perfect for a fast, creepy read about (the) dark secrets (of) the city of Dallas, both past and present. You won't want to put it down...
Bonnie PembertonTexas Author, “The Cat Master”
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Dena MillerFormer Editor at "Ask Miss A" online publication, Texas Socialite, and Local Personality
I gobbled up this book in a day and half. It's a great ghost story with interesting characters, lots of twists and turns, and plenty of chills and frights. I can't wait to get my hands on the second book in the series to see where the main character, Laura Milton's, curiosity, courage, and adventurous spirit take her next!
Mimi SchippersProfessor of Sociology and Gender & Sexual Studies, Tulane University, New Orleans