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Haunted Bachelors Grove

Author: Ursula Bielski
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439658234
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Slumbering beneath a shroud of deep forest and deliberate secrecy, Bachelors Grove Cemetery still exerts a powerful pull on paranormal pilgrims and curiosity-seekers around the world. Shielding the orphaned burial ground from ritual and idle vandalism has also buried the rich history of this magical place. Still, its eerie presence has dominated the folklore of the southwest side of Chicago for every generation since 1838. Brave the woods with Ursula Bielski to unearth decades of mysteries and myriad ghost stories, from the Magic House to the Madonna of Bachelors Grove.

Chicago Haunts

Author: Ursula Bielski
Publisher: Lake Claremont Press
ISBN: 9780964242678
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Offers a collection of legends, tales, and stories of hauntings in Chicago, Illinois.

Haunted Gary

Author: Ursula Bielski
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625850956
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In 2014, the story of Gary's "Demon House" shocked the world, drawing millions into the terrifying tale of a contemporary exorcism. For many residents, however, ghosts are just part of the community. From the haunting of the Jackson Five to the ghost ship Flying Cloud, local legends abound. Ghostly echoes may linger from a fiery 1918 train wreck that claimed the lives of eighty-six circus performers. A young murderess, said to have drowned her children in the Little Calumet River, reportedly haunts the Cline Avenue freeway. And the spirit of Alice Gray, the most famous of myriad recluses, is said to remain in Duneland. Meet these and other eternal inhabitants of "America's Ghost Town" with author Ursula Bielski.

Chicago Haunted Handbook

Author: Jeff Morris
Publisher: Clerisy Press
ISBN: 157860527X
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Chicago Haunted Handbook is the newest book in the Haunted Handbook collection within the popular America's Haunted Road Trip series and is written with the ghost enthusiast in mind. All 100 chapters contain information on the history as well as the haunting surrounding each location, as well as detailed directions on how to locate each site. Many of the chapters also contain insider information that only a local would know, making it easier for ghost hunters to investigate. Ghost hunters Jeff Morris and Vincent Sheilds explore all the best haunted locales Chicago has to offer, including Resurrection Cemetery, Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, Murder Castle, St. Valentine's Day Massacre Site, and even Wrigley Field. Each two page entry includes directions from downtown, an historical overview of the haunted place, the story of ghostly doings in that place, and advice on visiting the place yourself--if you dare.

Haunted Martinsburg

Author: Justin Stevens
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625856954
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The quaint streets and mountain vistas of historic Martinsburg conceal specters lurking in their deepest shadows. Situated in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, the city is home to a wide variety of ghostly characters, from the famous spirit "George" of the Apollo Theater to a lantern-toting spectral soldier at Boydville Manor. The Lady in Black haunts St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, while the ghost of a lost girl tries faithfully to hitchhike her way to the former King's Daughter's Hospital. Many people believe that Confederate spy Belle Boyd continues to surveil the living who visit her former childhood home. Author and tour guide Justin Stevens spins dark tales of otherworldly Appalachian apparitions.

Haunted Graveyards Of The Ozarks

Author: David E. Harkins
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625840527
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From the neatly tended urban necropolis to the long-forgotten family plot at the end of a winding gravel road, these "quiet cities" of the Ozarks have the power to send chills up and down the spine of the most hardened skeptic. Be it the restless Civil War soldiers of Greenbrier, the mass murderer who stalks Peace Church or the red eyes that persecute visitors to Robinson, tales of ghostly activity abound in every burial ground carved out of the ancient Ozark hills. Follow Dave Harkins as he explores the fascinating history and unsettling lore clinging to these haunted graveyards.

Ghosts Of Goldfield And Tonopah

Author: Janice Oberding
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1626199450
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Echoes of prospectors, forlorn widows and politicians linger in the streets and historic remnants of Nevada's former boomtowns. In the throes of early financial disaster, the Silver State had little to entice newcomers or discourage residents from leaving. Jim Butler's silver discovery at Tonopah changed everything. With a subsequent gold discovery near Goldfield, the rush was on, and from these burgeoning mines, Nevada's early leaders amassed their wealth and power. Paranormal historian Janice Oberding shares firsthand accounts of ghostly encounters in the Goldfield and Mizpah Hotels and uncovers the history behind the mysterious cowboy ghost, the haggard hitchhiker and other eerie local tales.

More Chicago Haunts

Author: Ursula Bielski
Publisher: Lake Claremont Press
ISBN: 9781893121041
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Provides a collection of legends and stories of hauntings in Chicago.

Haunted Bloomington Normal Illinois

Author: Deborah Carr Senger
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439657602
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From the clamor of bygone parades to the phantom scent of burned rubber on Route 66, ghoulish and supernatural visions flourish in Bloomington-Normal. Claimed by a devastating fire in 1859, the spirit of a young girl haunts Kelly's Bakery. Visitors to Kemp Hall report seeing the specter of a lady in red. Cantankerous pitcher Charles "Old Hoss" Radhourn trolls Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. Author Deborah Carr Senger embarks on a tour of Bloomington-Normal's haunted heritage.