Haunted Michigan: Recent Encounters with Active Spirits

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Within these pages you will not find ancient ghost stories or legendary accounts of spooky events of long ago. Instead, Rev. Gerald S. Hunter shares his investigations into modern ghost stories . . . active hauntings that continue to this day. You'll learn that "Dead Brothers Still Care" in Escanaba, and that "Amish Kids Like Cake, Too" in Montgomery. From Marshall's "Spectral Sewing Circle," to Milford's "Demon in the Dark," Haunted Michigan uncovers a chilling array of local spirits in its tour of the two ...
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Overview

Within these pages you will not find ancient ghost stories or legendary accounts of spooky events of long ago. Instead, Rev. Gerald S. Hunter shares his investigations into modern ghost stories . . . active hauntings that continue to this day. You'll learn that "Dead Brothers Still Care" in Escanaba, and that "Amish Kids Like Cake, Too" in Montgomery. From Marshall's "Spectral Sewing Circle," to Milford's "Demon in the Dark," Haunted Michigan uncovers a chilling array of local spirits in its tour of the two peninsulas. Wherever you may dwell, these tales of Michigan's ethereal residents are sure to make you think about the possibility, as Hunter suggests, that we are not always alone within the confines of our happy homes. So wait until the shadows of night have cast a pall over the serenity of your peaceful abode. Then snuggle into your favorite overstuffed chair, pour yourself a bracing bolt of 80-proof courage, and open your mind to the presence of the paranormal which surrounds us all.
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Assembled and edited by Gerald Hunter (an ordained United Methodist minister) Haunted Michigan: Recent Encounters With Active Spirits is a compelling collection of modern ghost stories set in Michigan, active hauntings that persist to this day. From "Night Lights" (Adrian); "The Little Girl Who Likes To Watch" (Bay City); and "Night Callers" (Big Rapids); to "Some Ghosts Never Check Out" (Gladstone); "A Piano, A Water Bucket, And Fingers Under The Door" (Mt. Pleasant); and "Be Careful What You Play With" (Wayne), here are 29 tales of the supernatural that will raise the hair on the back of any reader's neck!
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  • ISBN-13: 9781893121102
  • Publisher: Everything Goes Media, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/1/1900
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 207
  • Product dimensions: 5.57 (w) x 8.53 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2004

    Good Read!!

    If you are interested in this sort of subject, this book is one I'd gladly reccomend. The author has a pleasent, easy to read writing style and the stories are interesting - not rehashed stories and with added pieces of info such as directions, where to get a bite to eat, etc. I only wish the Rev. would give some advice to people about using prayer for example, in regard to the spirits lingering on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2000

    Haunted Michigan review

    Great book! These stories are all new, and the hauntings are authenticated and continuing to this day. Almost 30 stories of haunted places, some of them public such as restaurants, pubs and hotels. Meticulous in its telling and truly scary stuff. One of the best haunted house books I've ever read! I rate it 5 stars all the way.

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