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By Drienie Hattingh Patricia Bossano Michael Bourn Vicki Droogsma Doug Gibson Michele McKinnon Christy Monson Lynda West Scott | Comments: ( 596 ) | Date: ( Jun 05, 2020 )

Tales from Two Bit Street and beyond Part II consists of 13 tales, based on legends of Ogden, Utah s Historic 25th Street This infamous street came into being with the opening of Union Station during the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 The original Union Station burnt down in 1923 During the early 20th century, 25th Street was THE place in OgdTales from Two Bit Street and beyond Part II consists of 13 tales, based on legends of Ogden, Utah s Historic 25th Street This infamous street came into being with the opening of Union Station during the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 The original Union Station burnt down in 1923 During the early 20th century, 25th Street was THE place in Ogden In between family owned shops and restaurants, ice cream parlors and hotels there were bootlegging, gambling, narcotic sales and prostitution The rich history and spooky legends are where the Two Bit authors found the fodder for their stories The stories are scary, funny, melancholy and sometimes a bit racy.The book is for an adult audience.A sick young woman falls in love knowing she s dyingA man gets a perfect shave from a mysterious barberA vintage guitar and an old hotel hold secrets of a girl s pastA cleaning lady longs for the past and is granted her wishA man finds out his dream woman isn t as dreamy as he thoughtA PI and a cryptic message help a dying man find his lost loveA knitting store attracts all kinds of knitters alive or deadA boy befriends colorful women on Historic 25th StreetA fire forges an unlikely friendship between four individualsA young man accepts a dare but might not live to tell the taleA woman thinks she buys her dream Victorian house, but is it A restaurant owner has a secret admirerA mysterious man seems to be a welcome diversion to a bored womanThe book is compiled by Drienie Hattingh and written by 10 local authors Just as varied as the stories, so are the author s backgrounds a translator, pharmacist, housewife, newspaper editor, accountant, columnist, therapist, private investigator, physicist even a belly dancer Contributing authors Patricia Bossano author of award winning Faery Sight and soon to be released Cradle Gift is of Ecuadorian descent She taught Spanish and is also a translator and interpreter Michael Bourn author of One Dead Ranger writes fiction and poetry Vicki Droogsma a native of England now living in Ogden loves the art of writing Doug Gibson, editorial page editor for the Standard Examiner based in Ogden has been a journalist for than 20 years and also taught journalism Michele McKinnon received a Master s degree in accounting from Weber State University She turned her love of the written word into her own writing Drienie Hattingh compiled this anthology She s a native of South Africa and now lives on Historic 25th Street in Ogden She has been a columnist for 17 years Her articles have been published in newspapers and magazines in America and South Africa and her essays were published in 3 St Martins Press Christmas anthologies and a Hallmark Christmas anthology and also in Famiulis Lessons from My Parents Her essay, The day we became Americans and Journalism Portfolio, won 1st place in League of Utah Writers Christy Monson has worked as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist She has written a children s book series, Texting through Time, and has a self help book, Becoming Free, A Woman s Guide to Internal Strength, to be released fall of 2013 Her articles have been published in Gospel Ideals and LDS Witness Lynda Scott worked as a PI for 25 years Since then she has written magazine articles and worked as a copy editor She has an essay in Lessons from My Parents and four stories in the Tales series One of her unpublished novels won 1st place at the LUW Roundup.


  • Title: Tales from Two-Bit Street and Beyond Part 2 (Tales from H.E.L.)
  • Author: Drienie Hattingh Patricia Bossano Michael Bourn Vicki Droogsma Doug Gibson Michele McKinnon Christy Monson Lynda West Scott
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  • Page: 348
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Comments Tales from Two-Bit Street and Beyond Part 2 (Tales from H.E.L.)

  • Laurie

    An enjoyable read, especially as I live in the area and know the locations where the stories take place. I tell ghost stories on that street and it was interesting to see how these authors "flesh out" the bizarre occurrences that have happened to people on 25th Street.


  • Angela

    I liked this collection better than the first. The history portrayed in the stories was overall more specific and 25th Street became a character in its own right. Instead of random ghosts, readers will meet real individuals who once had businesses and notoriety on “Two-Bit Street.” Recognizable buildings and businesses are the scenes for these stories. The Rose Rooms (now the club Alleged), Two-Bit Street Café, Moore’s Barbershop, Union Station, Electric Avenue and the London Ice Cream Pa [...]


  • julie morse

    Good ghost storiesI live in a house built in the 1800's. It has withstood human and nature alike and we have found items from this era in the framework. I believe in ghost and that buildings tell stories. I never once thought that our town may have ghost that walk the sidewAlks along with us. The cemeteries after dark are pretty active but would be kind of interesting to actually witness the same activities as two-hour street


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