Bio: Stacy McArdle's fascination with music began at a young age. A frequent patron of record shops such as Wax Trax! Records (where she once met Divine), dance clubs like Medusa's, The Metro, The Riviera, and The Vic, Stacy went on to study broadcasting at Columbia College, Chicago. She is the founder of Babble and Beat Music Magazine, a free magazine featuring musical artists across a wide range of genres. As editor of Babble and Beat, Stacy solicited personal ghost stories from musicians around the world.
In this first-ever anthology dedicated to musicians and ghosts, discover personal accounts of hauntings experienced by bands around the world. From phantom backup singers to studio menaces, vivid apparitions to uninvited, overnight guests, the tragic ghost of Frankie Vali's daughter to a seemingly spiteful Elvis, a human-flinging spirit to comforting visits from deceased parents, this volume is packed with both uplifting and horrifying accounts.