Wisconsin S Most Haunted

Author: Craig Nehring
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781979792493
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Black River Falls, Green Bay, Gresham, Iola, New London, Plover, Manitowish Waters...and Madison, where Craig Nehring of the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters experienced a very real debate over the question: Fate or Destiny These are a few of the interesting places that we explore in this, our second Wisconsin's Most Haunted book. Haunted places that you may never heard of, but yet rival those better known locations that we related in our first book such as Summerwind Mansion near Land O'Lakes, First Ward School in Wisconsin Rapids, Von Stiehl's Winery in Algoma and The Grand Opera House in Oshkosh. Most of the spirits are gentle and benevolent souls, but an occasional encounter with a malevolent spirit can be expected as well...like the growling shadow man with deformed legs who frightened the family in their bedrooms at night, claiming "It's my house." What about our canine and feline friends? Can they return to their homes, revealing themselves to their former owners? Evidence is presented that this may, indeed, be possible. So, what do you think? Are you a skeptic or a supporter of reported paranormal activities? No matter; you will still find the stories contained herein to be fascinating accounts--perhaps encounters from a existence beyond our knowledge and experience.

Haunted Wisconsin

Author: Linda S. Godfrey
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811736369
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There is absolutely no better guide for haunted Wisconsin. Linda S. Godfrey. With her smooth journalistic style and her keen sense of what makes a good ghost story, she has the ability to send chills up and down your spine --Brad Steiger, author of Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places Wisconsin's leading authority on the paranormal presents strange stories from around the state, from witches in the Wisconsin Dells to spirits in the State Capitol. Readers will encounter Kenosha's Headless Nun, the Man Bat of Lacrosse, Rocky the Rock Lake Monster, and John Dillinger's phantom. They will explore Aztalan's ancient mounds, the ghostly bars and taverns of Madison and Milwaukee, and the creepy town of Caryville, one of the most haunted places in America.

Haunted Wisconsin

Author: Michael Norman
Editor: University of Wisconsin Pres
ISBN: 0299285936
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Grab a cozy blanket, light a few flickering candles, and enjoy the unnerving tales of Haunted Wisconsin. Gathered from personal interviews with credible eyewitnesses, on-site explorations, historical archives, newspaper reports, and other sources, these scores of reports date from Wisconsin’s early settlement days to recent inexplicable events. You’ll read about Wisconsin’s most famous haunted house, Summerwind; three Milwaukee men who encountered the beautiful ghost of National Avenue; a phantom basketball player; a spectral horse that signaled death in the pioneer era of the Wisconsin Dells; a poltergeist in St. Croix County who attracted a crowd of more than three hundred spectators; the Ridgeway Ghost who haunts the driftless valleys of southwestern Wisconsin; a swinging railroad lantern held by unseen hands; the Ghost Island of the Chippewa Flowage; and many others. Are ghosts real? That’s for you to decide! Now available in a Third Edition with updates and several new accounts, Haunted Wisconsin remains a favorite collection of unexplained midwestern tales, enjoyed by readers of all ages.

Haunted Summerwind A Ghostly History Of A Wisconsin Mansion

Author: Devon Bell
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1626194378
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Buried deep in the Wisconsin Northwoods, the ruined splendor of the Summerwind Mansion bares the bones of its legendary past. Robert Patterson Lamont purchased the property in 1916 as a country retreat where he could entertain such guests as President Warren G. Harding. Unfortunately, the house played host to visitors of an entirely different sort, and Lamont reportedly fled the property after discharging a pistol at a ghoul in the basement pantry. Raymond Bober abandoned his attempt to convert the house into a hotel in the 1970s, describing rooms that changed size and the mysterious presence of an eighteenth-century explorer in his famous book, The Carver Effect. Join Devon Bell for a glimpse through the shattered windows of the most specter-laden spot in the Badger State.

Archives Of A Ghost Hunter Ii

Author: Craig Nehring
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ISBN: 9781716881671
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In Achieves of a Ghost Hunter Volume 2, Craig Nehring who is the founder of Fox Valley Ghost Hunters, and lead investigator Melissa Clevenger takes you to some of the most haunted locations throughout Wisconsin and other states in which the team has investigated. Embark on the investigations of the team from well-known haunted places such as the Sallie House in Atchison, Kansas; Randolph County Asylum in Winchester, Indiana; Mineral Springs Hotel in Alton, Illinois; and Summerwind in Land O' Lakes, Wisconsin. Also included in the book are chilling stories of haunted locations that are not as familiar, such as, Groppi's in Bay View, Wisconsin or The Preston Residence in Marquette, Kansas. Hear the stories from The Sheboygan Insane Asylum, which had never been investigated before, so when the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters began investigating, the spirits wanted to be finally heard. From the Chapel, a voice says, "That One," right as Craig is scratched by an unseen force. Disembodied voices, slamming doors and shadow people are only the beginning of what the team has experienced at the Asylum. The Barclay Cemetery is a beautiful, peaceful cemetery where only children are buried. The team has visited this cemetery on many occasions in the daylight. A late-night drive to the cemetery however offered a whole different experience. Something lurked in the trees across the street watching the teams every move. As fear forced them to leave, they soon found out, that whatever was there followed them back to the hotel. Experience the investigations of the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters as they journey inside these haunted places and show you what it is like to be a ghost hunter. Feel what they felt from fear to excitement, and some may receive answers that they have been seeking for many years.

The Wisconsin Road Guide To Haunted Locations

Author: Chad Lewis
Editor: Unexplained Research Llc
ISBN:
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Your road guide for finding haunted bars, bed & breakfasts, bridges, campgrounds, cemeteries, churches, fire stations, hotels, lighthouses, mansions, parks, railroad tracks, restaurants, roads, rocks, schoolhouses, stores, theaters, and much, much more.

Archives Of A Ghost Hunter

Author: Craig Nehring
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0359057713
File Size: 66,64 MB
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Archives of a Ghost Hunter covers the investigations of the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters on various haunted locations around the USA. Craig Nehring the founder of the team takes you on a journey inside these haunted places and shows you what it is like to be a ghost hunter. We tell you about the little mishaps along the way and brings your closer to the answers of the afterlife. We show you the equipment we use in our investigations.

Ghostly Tales Of Wisconsin

Author: Ryan Jacobson
Editor: Adventure Publications
ISBN: 1591933293
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It's been called the most haunted state in America. Find out why! This incomparable collection features only the scariest, most surprising ghostly tales of the Badger State. From a house so haunted it was featured on national television to a road where a werewolf is said to reside, it's all inside this book. Best of all, the 28 stories were written with a campfire in mind, so they're perfect for sharing aloud.

Wisconsin Journal Of Education

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Ghost Stories Of Wisconsin

Author: A. S. Mott
Editor: Auburn, Wash. ; [Edmonton] : Lone Pine Pub. International
ISBN: 9789768200211
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Author A.S. Mott takes a fun and quirky look at this spirit friendly state. If you're a fan of spooky legends and lore, you will do well to pick up Ghost Stories of Wisconsin, where they will find the following stories and more: · When a man unearths hi

Dinner And Spirits

Author: Robert James Wlodarski
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595168310
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This book embodies a desire on the part of the authors to produce a directory of haunted places around the United States that deal with food, drink, and/or accommodations. For the curious traveler, the directory integrates history, adventure, and ghosts—for an extraordinary travel experience, and adventure into the unknown. Dinner and Spirits contains over 500 well-documented listings from 50 states. Go have dinner, or a drink, or perhaps spend a comfortable night in one of the establishments listed herein. The owners of the listed establishments welcome you into a world where you may not need food, drink, or slumbering dreams, but only an open mind to encounter a spirit.

Northern Frights

Author: Dennis Boyer
Editor: Trails Media Group
ISBN:
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The North Woods of Wisconsin are filled with ghost tales, folk legends and stories of supernatural happenings. Sit back and enjoy this book of legends as told by Native American storytellers and descendants of French, English, and other early pioneers to the north country.

Werewolves Of Wisconsin And Other American Myths Monsters And Ghosts

Author: Andy Fish
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786489111
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The United States has a rich haunted history not often recounted in school. Beyond the Liberty Bell and right under the presidential noses on Mount Rushmore exists a dark and sinister world, which harbors secret creatures, beings both malevolent and benevolent, that inhabit the nation—ghosts and monsters unwilling or unable to abandon the American landscape. Hitchhike along on this transnational road trip with excursions to the most haunted American locations, including the home of Lizzie Borden, the Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and the Winchester Mystery House. Close your eyes through Ohio, purported to be the most haunted state in the nation. Watch out for the Frozen Bodies in Lake Tahoe, the Werewolves rumored to roam a lone stretch of road in Wisconsin, and the Bell Witch of Tennessee. And don’t venture too close to the colonial era cemetery in Leicester, Massachusetts, for as the story goes, the only way out is through Hell.

The Wisconsin Farmer And Northwestern Cultivator

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Wisconsin Lore

Author: Robert Edward Gard
Editor: Northword Press
ISBN: 9780942802795
File Size: 67,13 MB
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Collections State Historical Society Of Wisconsin

Author: State Historical Society of Wisconsin
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Wisconsin

Author: Mary A. Shafer
Editor: NorthWord Books for Young Readers
ISBN:
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Wisconsin Lore Antics And Anecdotes Of Wisconsin People And Places

Author: Robert Edward Gard
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