The city of Madison is no stranger to odd goings-on and events that just don't add up. Plunge into murky waters in search of the Lake Mendota monster or briefly part the clouds of the Great Airship Mystery of 1897, which was witnessed by such credible sources as "Wisconsin judges, good church-going folk and those not predisposed to drink whiskey." Please don't stare for too long at Myrtle Downing's shoes, which were said to be made from human skin. Revisit some of the murders that earned the intersection of Murray Street and Desmond Court the epithet "Death's Corner." And that is just a portion of the unsolved crimes, strange creatures and bizarre happenstance that make up Mysterious Madison.
|Publisher:||History Press, The|
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About the Author
Noah Voss keeps busy running his numerous websites: GetGhostGear.com, where he was the first in the world to exclusively offer paranormal investigating equipment for sale around the globe; UFOwisconsin.com, where he regularly posts new reports on Wisconsin's UFO phenomenon, with over one thousand archived reports; and W-Files.com, running all things odd since it was first published in 1997. Beyond publishing over four thousand web pages, Noah authored UFO Wisconsin: A Progress Report in 2008 detailing over one hundred reports of UFOs in a nonfiction, Wisconsin-based book published by Unexplained Research Publishing Company. Noah has worked with such companies as the History Channel, the SyFy Channel, the CW Network, Triage Entertainment and Lions Gate Films on projects ranging from UFO documentaries to ABC's Scariest Places on Earth. From 2005 through 2008, Noah was a regular keynote speaker with the Unexplained Conferences, the longest-running paranormal program of its kind in the world and the largest in America. Noah has appeared in print, on radio and on television in over forty countries. Noah has travelled throughout most states in America--researching ghostly St. Augustine, Florida; investigating the mysterious Winchester Mansion in California; going for the gone at the Bennington Black Hole in Vermont; driving the haunted highways in Hawaii; looking for Bessie in Lake Erie; trying to get lost in the Bridgewater Triangle of Massachusetts; scanning for flying saucers on the summit of Mount Saint Helens; searching for werewolves in Wisconsin and the ghosts of Alcatraz in San Francisco Bay; exploring the Historic Bullock Hotel of Wild West Deadwood; investigating the mystery of the Paulding Lights of Michigan; looking for what went wrong in Salem, Massachusetts; prying for Pepie in Lake Pepin on the Mississippi; flying through the Bermuda Triangle; practicing voodoo in Jamaica; spotting UFOs in Mexico; and searching for sasquatch in British Columbia.