Something Strange and Deadly Setting

Susan Dennard
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is located in the United States of America. Philadelphia, in the year 1876, is the setting for the novel "Something Strange and Deadly" by Susan Dennard. It is where Eleanor and her mother, as well as the Wilcoxes, live; and it is the city to which the Spirit-Hunters travel from New York to stop the necromancer. Philadelphia is also the location of Eastern State Penitentiary, Laurel Hill Cemetery, the Schuylkill River, and the International Centennial Exhibition.

Eastern State Penitentiary

Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Eastern State Penitentiary is a massive prison. It is where Daniel is briefly imprisoned before escaping.

Laurel Hill Cemetery

Laurel Hill Cemetery is the source of the walking Dead that plague the city of Philadelphia. It is where Elijah, as the necromancer, has set up his base of operations. It is also the scene of a final confrontation between the Spirit-Hunters and...

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