Thanks to Gilbert Alevaro for writing about my book, "Haunted Maine Lighthouses" in this HubPages post:
"Taryn Plumb wrote a fun and informative background story about Maine Lighthouses. She informs readers about the lighthouses unique characteristics, variable sizes, and their specific hazardous conditions. Characters inhabitants also provides wonderful insight.
Plumb includes a valuable Appendix for travelers and researchers. She includes calendar date information about which lighthouses offer tours, accept tourists, and remain closed to the public. Boat tours provide lighthouse sight-seeing.
Plumb includes a source page listing additional reference material for continual research about New England Lighthouses. Maine includes sixty-five lighthouses along its coast. Click link for a detailed map view of them. The list doesn't organize them in alphabetical order or rank."
An excerpt on Prospect Harbor Light:
"Taryn Plumb includes a story about eerie crying and shouts for help echoing from the water. Auditory witnesses believe phantom revolutionary army deserters make the noise. Winter Harbor citizens hatched a plan against plunderers they called "harbor boys." They turned off all their house lights, and set-up lanterns against treacherous rocks. Fooled oarsmen deserters navigated their boats towards disaster. Winter Harbor had been raided by French soldiers and native Indians during The Queen Anne's War."