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Indicative Bibliography - Dark Tourism This list is not meant to be exhaustive but a merely a selection of academic and journalistic texts that are available within this subject area. If you wish to add to this list, please contact the Editor at www.dark-tourism.org.uk with your suggestion.

Adams, Kathleen M. (2001) Danger Zone Tourism: Potentials and Problematics for Tourism in Tumultuous Times In Peggy Teo, Ho Kong Chong and T.C. Chang (eds.) Interconnected Worlds: Southeast Asia Tourism in the 21st Century. Cambridge: Pergamon Press. Pp. 267-281. Adams, Kathleen M. (2003) "Global Cities, Terror and Tourism: The Ambivalent Allure of the Urban Jungle." In R. Bishop, J. Phillips and W. Yeo, eds. Postcolonial Urbanism: Southeast Asian Cities and Global Processes. London: Routledge. Pp. 3759. Alderman, D.H. (2002) Writing on the Graceland wall: on the importance of authorship in pilgrimage landscapes. Tourism Recreation Research 27(2): 27-35. Ashworth, G. & Hartmann, R. (2005) Horror and Human Tragedy Revisited: The Management of Sites of Atrocities for Tourism. New York: Cognizant Communication Corporation. Barton, R. (2001) Atrocity sites draw crowds of tourists. The New Zealand Herald, 5th June. Available: www.nzherald.co.nz/travel (Accessed 11/02/04). Baudrillard J (1988) The Evil Demon of Images. Power Institute Publications: Sidney. Bauman Z (1992) Mortality, Immortality and Other Life Structures. Polity: Oxford. BBC News (2003) Dracula heads for Bucharest. Sunday 26th January 2003. Available: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/2696553.stm (Accessed 23/06/05). Best, S. & Kellner, D. (2001) The Postmodern Adventure. London: Routledge. Blair, J. (2002) Tragedy turns to tourism at Ground Zero. New York Times, June 29th 2002: 1.

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Blom, T. (2000) Morbid Tourism a postmodern market niche with an example from Althorp. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift Vol 54(1): 29-36. Bly, L. (2003) Disaster strikes, tourists follow. USA Today. Available: www.usatoday.com/travel/ vacations/destinations//2002-08-30disastertourism.html. (Accessed 28/12/03). Bodmin Jail (2003) Incarceration. Promotional Flyer, Bodmin Jail, Berrycombe Road, Bodmin, Cornwall, UK. Boorstin D (1987) The image. A guide to pseudo events in America. 25th anniversary edition, New York: Atheneum. Boorstin, D. (1987) The Image A Guide to Pseudo Events in America. 25th anniversary edition, New York: Atheneum. Bordage R (1993) Sachsenhausen: a flawed museum, Museum International, Vol 45, p26-31. Bristow, R.S. (2004) Myth vs. Fact: An Exploration of Fright Tourism. Proceedings of the 2004 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium Westfield State College: 215-221. Canter, D. (1996) Horror: Continuing Attraction and Common Reactions. Madame Tussauds: London. Dann, G.M.S. & Seaton, A.V. (eds) (2001) Slavery, Contested Heritage and Thanatourism. New York: Haworth Hospitality Press. Dann, G.M.S. (1998) The Dark Side of Tourism. Etudes et Rapports Centre International de Recherches et dEtudes Touristiques, Aix-en-Provence, serie L, Vol 14: 1-31. de Lanza, M. (2001) The Living Dead: Inside the Palermo Crypt. New York: Reed Business Inc. Edwards, P. (2000) Mort pour la France: Conflict and Commemoration in France after the First World War. Journal of Contemporary History Vol 1: 1-11. Available: http://pages.123-reg.co.uk/pstone1-995478/dark-tourism.org/id8.html (Accessed 15/11/05). Foley M and Lennon J (1996) Heart of Darkness International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol 2, no 4, p.195-197. Foley M and Lennon J (1996) JFK and dark tourism a fascination with assassination, International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol 2, No 4, p198-211. .
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Freeman, S. (2005) Tourists who like to be left in the dark: Could blood and guts be the secret to boosting visitor numbers? The Yorkshire Post, 19th October. Available: www.yorkshiretoday.co.uk (Accessed: 19/10/05). Galleries of Justice (2005) Feel the Fear. www.galleriesofjustice.org.uk (Accessed 18/02/05). Gilbert, M. (1986) The Holocaust: The Jewish Tragedy. London: Collins. Harris, P. & Connolly, K. (2002) World trade in bodies is linked to corpse art show. The Observer, Sunday 17th March. Available: http://observer.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,6903,668874,00.html (Accessed 11/11/05). Henderson, J.C. (2000) War as a tourist attraction: the case of Vietnam. International Journal of Tourism Research Vol 2: 269-280. Hewison, R. (1987) The Heritage Industry. London: Methuen. Keil, C. (2005) Sightseeing in the mansions of the dead. Social & Cultural Geography Vol 6(4): 479-494. Kelly, M. (1998) Tourism, Not Terrorism: The Visual Politics of Presenting Jordan as an International Tourist Destination Visual Anthropology, 11:191-205. Kershaw, I. (2005) The thing about Hitler. The Guardian, 29th January. Available: www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,3604,884224,00.html (Accessed: 01/11/05). KLM Management Consultation Inc. (2001) A Theme Park for Dracula? Available: http://www.klminc.com/branding/dracula.html (Accessed 11/11/05). Lennon J & Foley (2000) Dark Tourism The Attraction of Death and Disaster. Continuum, London. Lennon J & Foley M (1999) Interpretation of the Unimaginable: The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington DC and Dark Tourism. Journal of Travel Research, Vol 38, No 1, pp46-50. Lennon, J.J. & Foley, M. (2000) Dark Tourism: the Attraction of Death and Disaster. London: Cassell. Linenthal E T (1995) Can museums achieve a balance between memory and history? The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 10, p45-68. Lippard, Lucy, (1999) "Tragic Tourism" chapter in On the Beaten Track: Tourism, Art and Place . MacCannell, D. (1992) Empty Meeting Grounds. London: Routledge.

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Macdonald, S. (1997) A Peoples Story: Heritage, Identity, and Authenticity. In C.Rojek & J.Urry (eds) Touring Cultures. London: Routledge: 155-176. Marcel, J. (2004) Death Makes a Holiday. The American Reporter, January 21, Vol 10(2273) Available: www.amercian-reporter.com/2,273/1166.hml (Accessed: 11/02/04). McNicoll, T., Brownell, G., & Power, C. (2005) Back from the brink: Cities on the rebound from genocide, war and destruction are not afraid of using their brutal legacies to help lure tourists. Newsweek International. Available: http://msnbc.msn.com/id/73698/site/newsweek/print/1/siplaymode/1098/ (Accessed 11/07/05). Merrin, W. (1999) Crash, bang, wallop! What a picture! The death of Diana and the media. Mortality Vol 4(1): 41-62. Meyer, L. & Peters, J (2001) Tourism A Conservation Tool for St.Louis Cemetery No 1. Dead Space Studio, University of Pennsylvania, May 21st. Available: http://cml.upenn.edu/nola/pdfs/Tourism.pdf (Accessed 14/11/05). Michaels, S. (2005) Hollywood Welcomes Dearly Departed: The Tragic History Tour. Available: http://www.dearlydepartedtours.com/DDT/tours.htm (Accessed 11/11/05). Miles, W.F.S. (2002) Auschwitz: Museum Interpretation and Darker Tourism. Annals of Tourism Research Vol 29(4): 1175-1178. National Trust of Australia (2003) Old Melbourne Gaol. Available: http://www.nattrust.com.au/pages/default.cfm?page_id=4822 (Accessed 14/11/03). Northstar Gallery (1998) Pre-Lachaise Cemetery A Brief History. Available: http://northstargallery.com/pages/PereHist.htm (Accessed 14/11/05). ODonoghue, D. (2002) Holocaust Tourism. Sunday Business Post, 13th January. Available: http://archives.tcm.ie.business/2002/01/13/story312220.asp (Accessed: 24/09/03). ONeill, S. (2002) Flood of tourists worsens pain. The Daily Telegraph, 27th August: 15-16 ORourke, P. (1988) Holidays in Hell. London: Picador. Palmer G (1993) Death: The Trip of a Lifetime. New York: Harper Collins. Pelton, R. (2003) The Worlds Most Dangerous Places. 5th Ed, London: Harper Resource. Phipps, P. (1999) "Tourists, Terrorists, Death and Value", in R. Kaur and J. Hutnyk (eds.) Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics, London and New York: Zed Books, 74-93.
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Reader, I. (2003) Review of Dark Tourism: The Attraction of Death and Disaster. Available: http://cult-media.com/issue2/Rreade.htm (Accessed: 06/11/03). Robinson, G. (2003) Tragedys quiet side: Understated travelling exhibit leaves room for overpowering emotion. Star-Telegram, Sunday 7th Sept. Available: http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/entertainment/visual_arts/6698530.htm (Accessed 24/09/03). Rojeck C (1993) Ways of Escape. London: MacMillian. Rojek, C. & Urry, J. (eds) (1997). Touring Cultures. London: Routledge. Rojek, C. (1993) Ways of Escape. Basingstoke: MacMillian. Salford City Council (2004) Cemetery Heritage and Ecology Trail. Available http://www.salford.gov.uk/living/bmd/deaths/cemeteries/cemeteryheritagetrail.htm (Accessed 18/12/04). Schwabe, A. (2005) Visiting Auschwitz the Factory of Death. Spiegel Online, 27th January 2005. Available: http://service.spiegel.de/cache/international/0,1518,338815,00.html (Accessed: 03/11/05). Searle, A. (2002) Getting under the skin. The Guardian, Saturday 23rd March. Available: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,672548,00.html (Accessed 11/11/05). Seaton A V (1996) Guided by the dark: from thanatopsis to thanatourism, International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol 2, No 4, p234-244. Seaton A V (forthcoming) From ampullae to Althorpe: Death and tourism in history. London: London Books. Seaton, A.V, & Lennon, J.J. (2004) Thanatourism in the Early 21st Century: Moral Panics, Ulterior Motives and Alterior Desires. In T.V.Sing (ed) New Horizons in Tourism: Strange Experiences and Stranger Practices, Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, p63-82. Seaton, A.V. (1996) Guided by the Dark: from thanatopsis to thanatourism. Journal of Heritage Studies Vol 2(4): 234-244. Seaton, A.V. (1999) War and Thantourism: Waterloo 1815-1914. Annals of Tourism Research Vol 26: 130-158. Seaton, A.V. (2000) Thanatourism. In J.Jarfari (ed) Encyclopaedia of Tourism. London: Routledge: p 578. Seaton, A.V. (2002) Thanatourisms final frontiers? Visits to cemeteries, churchyards and funerary sites as sacred and secular pilgrimage. Tourism Recreation Research Vol 27(2): 73-82.
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Shackley, M. (2001) Potential Futures for Robben Island: shrine, museum or theme park? International Journal of Heritage Studies Vol 7(4): 355-363. Sharpley, R. & Sundaram, P. (2005) Tourism: a Sacred Journey? The Case of Ashram Tourism, India. International Journal of Tourism Research Vol 7: 161-171. Sharpley, R. (2005) Travels to the edge of darkness: towards a typology of dark tourism. In C.Ryan, S.Page. & M.Aicken (eds) Taking Tourism to the Limit, London: Elsevier: Chapter 4. Smith, V. (1998) War and tourism: an Amercian ethnography Annals of Tourism Research (25)1: 202-227. Squires, N. (2004) New lease of life for war zone in paradise. Scotland on Sunday, Sunday 11th April. Available: http://news.scotsman.com/international.cfm? id=409732004&format=print (Accessed 12/10/05). Stone, P.R (2005a) Consuming Dark Tourism a call for research. eReview of Tourism Research, Vol3(5): 109-117. Available: http://ertr.tamu.edu/pdfs/a-90.pdf (Accessed 05/11/05). Stone, P.R. & Sharpley, R. (Forthcoming) Dark Tourism a sociological perspective. Working Paper, University of Central Lancashire / University of Lincoln, UK. Stone, P.R. (2005) Consuming Dark Tourism - a call for research eReview of Tourism Research, Volume 3(5), Available [ http://ertr.tamu.edu/archive.cfm ] Stone, P.R. (2005) Dark Tourism an old concept in a new world Tourism Journal of the Tourism Society, The Tourism Society, Quarter IV, Issue 125, p.20 Stone, P.R. (2005b) Review: Dark Tourism Cashing in on Tragedy? A Tourism Society Seminar Event, 17th October 2005: London Available: www.darktourism.org.uk (Accessed: 31/10/05). Stone, P.R. (2006) A dark tourism spectrum: Towards a typology of death and macabre related tourist sites, attractions and exhibitions TOURISM: An Interdisciplinary International Journal, Vol 54(2) p145-160. Strange, C. & Kempa, M. (2003) Shades of dark tourism: Alcatraz and Robben Island. Annals of Tourism Research 30(2): 386-405. Strange, C. (2000) From Place of Misery to Lottery of Life: Interpreting Port Arthurs Past. Online Museum Journal Vol 2. Available: www.amol.org.uk/craft/omjournal (Accessed: 05/06/02). Tarlow P E (2005) Dark Tourism the appealing dark side of tourism and more, in M Novelli (ed) Niche Tourism, Contemporary Issues Trends and Cases. Oxford: Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann, p47-58. Tunbridge, J.E. & Ashworth, G.L. (1996) Dissonant Heritage: the Management of the Past as a Resource in Conflict. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.
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Urry, J. (1995) Consuming Places. London: Routledge. Walsh, J. (1992) The Representations of the Past. London: Routledge. Walter, T., Littlewood, J., & Pickering, M. (1995) Death in the News: the public invigilation of private emotion. Sociology Vol 29(4): 579-596. Western Front Battlefield Tours (2005) The Concept. Available: www.battlefieldtoursonline.co.uk (Accessed 01/11/05). White, G. (1997) "Museum / Memorial / Shrine: National Narrative in National Spaces," Museum Anthropology 21(1):8-26. Wilson, D. (1993) "Tourism, Public Policy and the Image of Northern Ireland Since the Troubles," in B. O'Connor and M. Cronin, M (eds), Tourism in Ireland: A Critical Analysis, Cork: Cork University Press, 138-161.

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