Michigan s Haunted Legends and Lore

So settle into a comfortable chair, pour yourself a cup of coffee, and explore the depths of Michigan's Haunted Legends and Lore. And don't worry; we understand if you need to leave your lights on tonight.

Michigan s Haunted Legends and Lore

Author: Kristy Robinett

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780764342400

Page: 192

View: 300

Journey across the State of Michigan, rich in history, to read over 40 tales of the strange, the unusual, and the haunted of centuries past. Discover the spectral cries of the lost souls under a bridge, spirits who haunt a Westland school, the beloved Civil War horse whose spirit lives on, a wrongly accused town witch, UFOs that frighten those at a Michigan farm, and Michael Jackson's elaborate gravestone gift to entertainer Jackie Wilson. Listen to the waves that crash against the stony cliffs and catch a glimpse of a grisly murder or climb the steps of Joe Louis Arena and discover why Al the Octopus is so important to Detroit's sports fans. So settle into a comfortable chair, pour yourself a cup of coffee, and explore the depths of Michigan's Haunted Legends and Lore. And don't worry; we understand if you need to leave your lights on tonight.

Paranormal Michigan

Do you believe in ghosts? Some do. Some don't. Some wonder. Some have had actual experiences. Some have made up local ghost stories just for attention. The 150 plus tales in this book are open for debate, skepticism, awe, and fright.

Paranormal Michigan

Author: John Robinson

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781724538567

Page: 232

View: 997

Do you believe in ghosts?Some do.Some don't.Some wonder.Some have had actual experiences.Some have made up local ghost stories just for attention.The 150 plus tales in this book are open for debate, skepticism, awe, and fright.Some are backed with facts.Some are completely ridiculous.But every single one of these adds to the mystery and magic of Michigan.And whether you believe or not, is all up to you.Come on in......they're waiting.

Tails from the Afterlife

... Ghosts of Southeast Michigan; and Michigan's Haunted Legends and Lore. Kristy Robinett is a wife and mom to four adult children and several animals.

Tails from the Afterlife

Author: Kristy Robinett

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738755710

Page: 240

View: 793

Heartwarming, Welcoming, and Wagging Tails from the Rainbow Bridge Even when their physical bodies are gone, your beloved pets live on in spirit and in their undying devotion to you. Tails from the Afterlife shares amazing and inspiring stories of the signs, symbols, and messages that your pets send, proving that they're waiting for you and even helping you from the Other Side. From near-death experiences to witness accounts to life-saving tails—pun intended—Kristy Robinett will have you both crying and laughing as she presents an array of animals and their heavenly hellos. This comforting book also offers suggestions for dealing with grief and guidance on how to make the connection with your deceased companion. Praise: "Affirmation that our pets watch over us and join us on the other side...there is such enormous peace in that knowledge. I've always believed that Heaven could not truly be Heaven without their unconditional love. Kristy's lighthearted writing style and the stories in Tails from the Afterlife will warm your heart, ease your mind, and will have you treasuring your pets even more than you already do!"—Colleen Kwiecinski, Paws n' Think Dog Training, LLC "People love pets and accept them as part of their family, so when we lose part of that family, the grief can be immense. Kristy Robinett's book Tails from the Afterlife will give each reader great peace to know that our beloved pets are still watching out for us, visit us and communicate with us even into the Afterlife and that when our pets leave us, it is not the end."—Leslie Cirinesi, Animal Communicator/Pet Medium

Michigan Legends

Folktales and Lore from the Great Lakes State Sheryl James ... “My 2011 book Haunted Southern Tier traces legend development in southern NewYork.

Michigan Legends

Author: Sheryl James

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 0472051741

Page: 141

View: 873

A collection of stories drawn from Michigan’s rich folk heritage

Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife

... Ghosts of Southeast Michigan; and Michigan's Haunted Legends and Lore. Kristy Robinett is a wife and a mom to four adult children and several animals.

Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife

Author: Kristy Robinett

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 073875224X

Page: 240

View: 798

Your Loved Ones Want You to Know that You Are Loved and They Are at Peace in the Afterlife Expanding on her previous book, It's a Wonderful Afterlife, psychic medium Kristy Robinett shares more personal experiences and stories from clients of how our loved ones—including treasured pets—are communicating from the other side. This heartwarming book teaches you how to identify "heaven hellos" from those in the afterlife and interpret the different signs and symbols that often appear, such as: Finding coins or feathers Feeling an invisible touch or shiver down your spine Seeing a shadow out of the corner of your eye Smelling a familiar scent Hearing your deceased loved one's voice Being visited by a special animal or insect Messages from a Wonderful Afterlife also provides advice on taking care of yourself while you're grieving and supporting others through times of hardship. With Kristy's guidance, you'l become more aware of your loved ones in spirit and be assured that they'e always with you.

Forevermore

She is the author of Messenger Between Worlds, Higher Intuitions Oracle, Ghosts of Southeast Michigan, and Michigan's Haunted Legends and Lore.

Forevermore

Author: Kristy Robinett

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738742325

Page: 240

View: 839

Kristy Robinett has always had helpers in spirit, but when she was thirteen, she met the most fascinating spirit guide of all— Edgar Allan Poe. Forevermore tells the true story of how Edgar Allan Poe helps Kristy fulfill her destiny as a writer and a psychic medium. Far from being a madman (as he’s often portrayed in the media), Poe is an insightful guide and a sleuth with a passion for justice. Working with law enforcement, Kristy and Poe uncover truths of the past—murders, suicides, missing persons—and shed light on the wrongs that have found their way into the present day. Join Kristy as she shows how personal growth can come from the unlikeliest places and affirms the comforting fact that we are all given the chance to learn and evolve on the other side.

Born Under a Good Sign

... Ghosts of Southeast Michigan, and Michigan's Haunted Legends and Lore. Kristy Robinett is a wife and mom to four adult kids and several animals.

Born Under a Good Sign

Author: Kristy Robinett

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738757764

Page: 240

View: 503

Your Essential Guide to Quick and Easy Astrology Set yourself up for better relationships and a bright future with Born Under a Good Sign, the uncomplicated guide to astrological sun signs. This book strips away the woo-woo and technical charts, leaving only the most useful and clear information on each sun sign's traits and tendencies. With sensible explanations and playful stories, Kristy Robinett provides everything you need to understand the larger impacts of the signs. You'll learn about planetary influences, communication styles, strengths and challenges, the masculine and feminine energy of each sign, and much more. Kristy also reveals how to handle difficult situations that arise with partners, parents, friends, and children. Featuring indispensable advice that isn't limited to any particular year, Born Under a Good Sign is perfect for improving your life and relationships.

Michigan s Haunted Lighthouses

And it can be expected that local lore has something to do with the legends that are passed on from generation to generation, growing like tall tales, ...

Michigan s Haunted Lighthouses

Author: Dianna Stampfler

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 143966630X

Page: 131

View: 420

Travel Michigan’s coast—and into the state’s history—with otherworldly tales of the spirits of those who sought to keep its waters safe. Michigan has more lighthouses than any other state, with more than 120 dotting its expansive Great Lakes shoreline. Many of these lighthouses lay claim to haunted happenings. Former keepers like the cigar-smoking Captain Townshend at Seul Choix Point and prankster John Herman at Waugoshance Shoal near Mackinaw City maintain their watch long after death ended their duties. At White River Light Station in Whitehall, Sarah Robinson still keeps a clean and tidy house, and a mysterious young girl at the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse seeks out other children and female companions. Countless spirits remain between Whitefish Point and Point Iroquois in an area well known for its many tragic shipwrecks. Join author and Promote Michigan founder Dianna Stampfler as she recounts the tales from Michigan’s ghostly beacons. “Haunting tales of Michigan’s lighthouses . . . Her stories come from lighthouse museums, friends and family.”—Great Lakes Echo

Ghosts and Legends of Michigan s West Coast

Tales of spectral ships, haunted lighthouses, unexplained creatures and ghosts walking among the living are all part of Michigan's rich ghost lore.

Ghosts and Legends of Michigan s West Coast

Author: Amberrose Hammond

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1614234116

Page: 131

View: 110

Stories and photos that bring the spooky history of Western Michigan to life . . . Western Michigan is home to some of the state’s most picturesque places—and also some of its most chilling tales. Ghost story researcher Amberrose Hammond exposes the mysterious and spirit-ridden world of many beloved Michigan destinations as she skillfully weaves narratives of a world unseen by most. From the lingering spirit forever working in the Grand Theatre and the band of melon-headed children prowling the Saugatuck State Park to the lights of the Lake Forest Cemetery staircase waiting to reveal one’s place in the afterlife, these tales are sure to give pause to anyone daring enough to experience these hauntingly beautiful spots . . . after dark.

Spooky Michigan

Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore S. E. ... Hunter, Gerald S. Haunted Michigan. ... Myths, Legends, & Folktales of America.

Spooky Michigan

Author: S. E. Schlosser

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493027999

Page: 256

View: 373

Pull up a chair or gather round the campfire and get ready for twenty-five creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences in Michigan. Set in Michigan's historic towns and sparsely populated backwoods, the stories in this entertaining and compelling collection will have you looking over your shoulder again and again. Michigan folklore is kept alive in these expert retellings by master storyteller S. E. Schlosser, and in artist Paul Hoffman's evocative illustrations. You'll hear otherworldly voices and things that go bump in the night, and feel an icy wind on the back of your neck on a warm summer evening. Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to grandma's, this is a collection to treasure.

Haunted Lake Michigan

CHAPTER 2 - & Ghost Ships Ghost ships continue to be part of the fabric of Great Lakes legend and lore . There are stories of persistent ghost ships like ...

Haunted Lake Michigan

Author: Frederick Stonehouse

Publisher: Lake Superior Port Cities

ISBN:

Page: 200

View: 400

The hauntings have reached Lake Michigan! The latest in the Haunted Lake series, Haunted Lake Michigan features the reserach of maritime historian (and accidental ghost chaser) Frederick Stonehouse. In this volume, Stonehouse relates the tales of lost maritime spirits and cursed ships, sea monsters, UFOs, ghostly echoes of Prohibition-era murders and a deliciously horrible host of other hauntings on, in and around Lake Michigan. This book blends traditional stories with previously unpublished accounts of spookiness and strange occurances.

Haunted History of Kalamazoo

In this startlingly spooky collection of tales, ghost hunters Bray and DuShane gather stories from legend, lore and residents alike that bring new meaning to the age-old adage “seeing is believing.” Includes photos! “Highlight[s] over ...

Haunted History of Kalamazoo

Author: Nicole Bray

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 162584266X

Page: 128

View: 321

Michigan’s city with a strange name has an even stranger—and spirited—past. The authors of Ghosts of Grand Rapids share its chilling tales. Kalamazoo’s violent and often anguished history has given way to myriad ghostly tales surrounding some of the town’s most prominent places. From the tortured souls roaming the Asylum Lake Preserve to the infamous suicide of the amateur actress Thelma, who reputedly haunts the Civic Auditorium to this day, it is no small wonder that the town is filled with apparitions longing to make their stories and their presence known. In this startlingly spooky collection of tales, ghost hunters Bray and DuShane gather stories from legend, lore and residents alike that bring new meaning to the age-old adage “seeing is believing.” Includes photos! “Highlight[s] over 30 different haunted locations in Kalamazoo including the Asylum Lake preserve, the Civic Auditorium, an abused grave marker that is supposedly responsible for demonic activity, and the gravesite of a deceased minister that oozes.” —Morning Sun

Spooky Ohio

Katz, Michael Jay. Buckeye Legends: Folktales and Lore from Ohio. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994. Krejci, William G. Haunted Put-in-Bay.

Spooky Ohio

Author: S. E. Schlosser

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493044826

Page: 208

View: 872

Pull up a chair or gather round the campfire and get ready for twenty-five creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences in this all-new addition to the best-selling Spooky series. Set in the Buckeye State’s big cities and rural communities, along the shores of Lake Erie in the north to the Appalachian Mountains in the south, the stories in this entertaining and compelling collection will have readers looking over their shoulders again and again. Ohio’s folklore is kept alive in these expert retellings by master storyteller S. E. Schlosser and in artist Paul Hoffman’s evocative illustrations. Readers will see the mystery of the missing postmaster’s cousin solved, relive the long night a ghost captain saved a sinking ship, laugh along with a prankster who capitalizes on a barber’s ghost, and feel an icy wind on the back of their necks on a warm Ohio evening. Whether read around the campfire on a dark and stormy night or from the backseat of the family van on the way to Grandma’s, this is a collection to treasure.

Historic Haunted America

Legends and Folk Lore in Prose and Poetry. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1910. Rpt. Detroit: Singing Tree Press, Book Tower, 1969. Miles, Dorothy.

Historic Haunted America

Author: Michael Norman

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1466805153

Page: 448

View: 237

Continuing the success of the nationally acclaimed Haunted America, Historic Haunted America is a further investigation into North American ghost legends. This chilling collection documents yesterday's and today's most terrifying hauntings in the United States and Canada in more than seventy-five shocking stories! At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Central Ohio Legends Lore

Haunted. Fort. Amanda. Standing. on this grassy bluff overlooking the Auglaize River, it's hard to imagine that a bustling, crowded fort once stood here, ...

Central Ohio Legends   Lore

Author: James A. Willis

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1467136689

Page: 160

View: 854

The legendary tales of Central Ohio reach far beyond the region. Bigfoot-like creatures have been sighted in the state since the 1800s. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was the headquarters for the military's investigations into UFO sightings in the mid-twentieth century. Some of Johnny Appleseed's earliest orchards were planted near present-day Steubenville, Mansfield and Lima, and a farm in Nova boasts the last tree planted by Appleseed. Join James A. Willis as he travels across Central Ohio and delves into the Buckeye State's stories of murderous villains, courageous heroes and even a few ghosts and monsters.

Wisconsin Legends Lore

shack—her spirit has haunted this stretch, along with a little girl ghost that ... in Washington County and heads east to Ozaukee County and Lake Michigan.

Wisconsin Legends   Lore

Author: Tea Krulos

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 143967101X

Page: 128

View: 351

Wisconsin is a land rich with stories. It was the "mother of all circuses," a place of buried treasure and home to eerie ghosts and monsters. Native American legends, tall tales told at lumberjack camps and taverns, ghostlore and modern urban legends all form the wonderful mythology of the Dairy State. Many know of Rhinelander's famous Hodag, the Beast of Bray Road in Elkhorn, Milwaukee's haunted Pfister Hotel and the Ridgeway Ghost. But few have heard obscure tales like the Christmas Tree Ghost Ship of Two Rivers, the Goatman of Richfield's Hogsback Road and the legend of the Witch's Tower of Whitewater. Author Tea Krulos, an expert in all things strange and unusual, digs up Wisconsin favorites and arcane lore.

Against Itself

For the Meyers ' version see " The Haunted House thai Was , " 17-9 ... Paul Bunyan Legends " 12 Apr. 1937 ; File Devil LoreMichigan and Paul Bunyan Tales ...

Against Itself

Author: Paul Sporn

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

ISBN: 9780814325902

Page: 373

View: 365

This work devoted to federally funded arts programmes in the American Midwest, deals with the controversial Federal Theater Project (FTP) and the Federal Writers Project (FWP) under the New Deal's Works Progress Administration (WPA).

Haunted Santa Fe

Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1980. ... Living Legends of the Santa Fé Country. ... Enchanted Legends and Lore of New Mexico: Witches, Ghosts, ...

Haunted Santa Fe

Author: Ray John de Aragón

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439665249

Page: 128

View: 708

Santa Fe boasts an incredibly rich multicultural history, and the gorgeous Pueblo architecture conceals a chilling past. Indian spirits haunt the city and the nearby Sangre de Cristo Mountain range. La Llorona, the Wailing Woman, cries along the banks of the Santa Fe River. The unnerving ghost of Julia Staab wanders endlessly through the hallways of the La Posada Hotel. And strange noises and unexplained movements stir in the PERA Building basement. Join local historian and author Ray John de Aragón for a frightening journey into the unknown and the forbidden world of phantasms and the beyond.