The Minnesota Road Guide to Haunted Locations



The Minnesota Road Guide to Haunted LocationsYour Road Guide For Finding Haunted Bed Breakfasts, Tralis, Theatres, Roller Rinks, Taverns, Cemeteries, Bridges, Caves, And Much, Much

For nearly two decades Chad Lewis has traveled the back roads of the world in search of the strange and unusual From tracking vampires in Transylvania and searching for the elusive monster of Loch Ness to trailing the dangerous Tata Duende through remote villages of Belize and searching for ghosts in Ireland s haunted castles, Chad has scoured the earth in search of the paranormal With a Masters Degree in Psychology, Chad has authored over 15 books on the supernatural, and extensively lectures on his fascinating findings Thebizarre the legend, thelikely you ll find Chad there.

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  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • The Minnesota Road Guide to Haunted Locations
  • Chad Lewis
  • English
  • 15 July 2018
  • 0976209926

10 thoughts on “The Minnesota Road Guide to Haunted Locations

  1. Trilby says:

    This so called road guide tries to be too many things, and does them all badly It presents the ghostlore, telling what people have experienced, plus the story of who allegedly is doing the haunting, then it offers the authors paranormal investigations into the stories In other words, the authors present themselves as a cross between academic folklorist Alan Dundes, Washington Irving, and Jason Hawes of Ghost Hunters I admit I didn t read the whole book As a ghost story collector, I kn This so called road guide tries to be too many things, and does them all badly It presents the ghostlore, telling what people have experienced, plus the story of who allegedly is doing the haunting, then it offers the authors paranormal investigations into the stories In other words, the authors present themselves as a cross between academic folklorist Alan Dundes, Washington Irving, and Jason Hawes of Ghost Hunters I admit I didn t read the whole book As a ghost story collector, I know a few Minnesota ghost stories OK,than a few So I paged through, looking for the oft told tales that usually appear in this kind of book Some were there like the usher in the now wrecked old Guthrie Theater , and some weren t like the hanged man in Minneapolis City Hall The scary thing about this book is not the stories, but the slipshod way it s put together The photographs are grainy, some of the stories are out of date, and the pages have lots of filler white space But what bothered me most is that even in this cursory run through, I found frequent tense shifts, often within the same paragraph, some related to incorrect usage like forbid instead of forbade The cover was designed by one of the authors Hey, if you ve screwed up the content, photographs, and text, you may as well go whole hog and screw up the graphic design Next time these authors want to put together a guide, they should use a ghostwriter

  2. Sarah - All The Book Blog Names Are Taken says:

    Momma bought me this book during my stay at the Palmer House Hotel this past July Some interesting stories that I want to knowabout, but also a need for some editing.

  3. Aleina says:

    This is kind of cool in a very unique way It tells you where you can find these so called haunted locations all over Minnesota There are others for other states and places, but this provides a bit of history background info, directions and the haunting story

  4. Carol says:

    Pretty much what it is a guide to use when visiting the locations I prefer asmooth reading of the subjects so it was okay but I couldn t get into it too much because of it just being a reference book.

  5. Shannon Telles lisowski says:

    This is not written well It mentions places and states the investigation did not conclude that it was haunted, but does not state what the investigation detailed very sparse info

  6. Sara says:

    This book makes me want to get out and have a ghostly adventure of my own Well written and interesting documentation, at first I was skeptical of the format, but it definitely grew on me as I read.

  7. Becky says:

    it was a fun book interesting to learn about all the different stories many grammar and spelling errors.

  8. Jo says:

    Not exactly awesomebut wasn t expecting much really.

  9. Kim Hanson nagorski says:

    Fun book Zac wanted it when he stopped at Palmer house The Gibbs Farm mom and I worked there , is in the book and is accurate in the strange accounts.

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