Follow along with one of the oldest ghost-hunting groups in Michigan: the SouthEast Michigan Ghost Hunters Society (SEMGHS). Journey through 13 investigations of cemeteries, a comedy club, library, business, hotel, theater, private home, and an old prison. Find out what it’s like to have a ghost follow you home. Meet the spirits at the Purple Rose Theater and discover why they never left. Consider what is growling at Blood Cemetery and run with a black form seen at the Durand Union Station. If you have ever wanted to go on a ghost hunt, but found that you were too afraid, it’s time to put yourself right in the middle of some of the most haunted locations in Michigan. Read this book if you dare, but do so with the lights on!
|Publisher:||Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
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This book is about the South East Michigan Ghost Hunters Society (SEMGHS). You will follow along as the group investigates 13 different locations from a theater, cemetery, library, hotel, and many others. They talk about the investigation; different things that were seen heard and felt; and include notes. There are included pictures that were taken during the investigation, fun facts, and side notes to the investigations. I really enjoy watching the different programs on television of the ghost hunter groups. There are a couple of them. The part that I really like are those that go through and check to see if something could possibly be causing the phenomenon. I really liked how there were different things that have happened to the different people in the group. But I really liked how you get the sense that this doesn’t always happen so not to expect it. Plus the story of the little boy ghost in the beginning just gives me the creeps thinking about it. If you like ghost hunting and investigations I recommend checking this book out. It has great tips and recommendations but also makes it fun. It is a great book to read. I received Ghost Hunting in Michigan for free from Schiffer Publishing in exchange for an honest review.