My husband and I went to Montana and Wyoming for our vacation. We decided that we would like to listen to audiobooks that take place in that area to "fit the mood" and to help deal with the long drive ahead of us (sixteen hours the first day and ten the next.) We found a series of books by C. J. Box. He writes about Joe Pickett, a Wyoming fish and game warden, so we chose a few of them to listen to. Great choice! Pickett and his family are likable characters, and the books themselves were "page turner" mysteries.
Thankfully, the only ghosts I encountered on my trip to Casper, Wyoming were the ghosts of my childhood memories. Having spent the first half of my life in the Rocky Mountain range, there were many memories made. The thing about going back to a childhood haunt, however, is that you feel like you are living in the past and everyone just suddenly got older. How did that happen? Time. Time is tricky on ones view of the present, like a ghost playing with ones memories.