Ruth D. (Ullerich) Hein grew up in Van Horne, Iowa. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Home Economics and a Master of Arts degree in English. She started writing after teaching high school English and creative writing for twenty-eight years. Hein and her husband, Ken, live on a small acreage near Worthington, Minnesota. Ruth writes the historical column as well as other articles for the Worthington Daily Globe. Her other books includeGhostly Tales of Northeast Iowa,Ghostly Tales of Southwest Minnesota,Ghostly Tales of Minnesota,Ghostly Tales of Iowa,“From the Face of the Earth . . . ,”andEggplant Sandwiches.
Ghostly Tales of the Black Hills and Badlandsby Ruth Hein
Ruth Hein, longtime collector of ghost tales, offers this collection gathered from the Black Hills and Badlands of North and South Dakota. Most of the stories have connections with places and areas that a traveler might visit . . . and perhaps experience a bit of ghostliness firsthand.
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