9780811705042

The Big Book of Illinois Ghost Stories

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  • ISBN13:

    9780811705042

  • ISBN10:

    0811705048

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-08-01
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
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Summary

The latest volume in the Big Book series contains more than 100 stories from haunted locales across the Prairie State. Compiled by Illinoiss best-known author on the paranormal, this collection includes: permanent guests of the Mineral Springs Hotel; the horrible history of the Old Slave House; active spirits in Decaturs Lincoln Theater; foreboding Voorhies Castle;hauntings in Lincolns house; tragic specters at the Iroquois Theater; rumors of a Devil Baby in Hull House; Chicagos famous Resurrection Mary; and vanishing hitchhikers.

Excerpts

The latest volume in the Big Book series contains more than 100 stories from haunted locales across the Prairie State. Compiled by Illinois's best-known author on the paranormal, this collection includes: permanent guests of the Mineral Springs Hotel; the horrible history of the Old Slave House; active spirits in Decatur's Lincoln Theater; foreboding Voorhies Castle;haunting's in Lincoln's house; tragic specters at the Iroquois Theater; rumors of a Devil Baby in Hull House; Chicago's famous Resurrection Mary; and vanishing hitchhikers.

Excerpted from The Big Book of Illinois Ghost Stories by Troy Taylor
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