Haunting the Prairie

Haunting the Prairie
Author : Michael Kleen
Publisher : Black Oak Media
Total Pages : 154
Release : 2010-01-01
ISBN 10 : 9780979040146
ISBN 13 : 0979040140
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Haunting the Prairie Book Description:

An organized and comprehensive guide to Illinois' haunted and legendary places, Haunting the prairie contains 130 mystery sites and 60 individual illustrations and maps, plus a bibliographic timeline of paranormal and folklore research in Illinois. The author examines the sites and the history, as well as the hobbyists and professionals who explore the strange and unusual in the state. Divided among eight distinct regions and listed by county, each location features a description, directions, and information drawn from a diverse variety of books and articles.


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