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Ghosthunting Michigan

Helen Pattskyn



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Clerisy Press
11 September 2012
As part of the America's Haunted Road Trip series, Ghosthunting Michigan takes readers along on a guided tour of some of the Great Lake State's most haunted historic locations. With a background in library science, author Helen Pattskyn researched each location thoroughly before visiting, digging up clues for the paranormal aspect of each site. Her approach to each site allows readers to decide whether or not the ghost stories are really true. In Ghosthunting Michigan, Pattskyn takes readers along as she explores some of her home state's most haunted locations, starting with a visit to the Whitney in Downtown Detroit. Some of the other sites include Belle Isle, historic Fort Wayne, the Grand Plaza Hotel, Eagle Harbor, the Point Iroquis Lighthouse, and many more.
By:   Helen Pattskyn
Imprint:   Clerisy Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 215mm,  Width: 139mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   240g
ISBN:   9781578605132
ISBN 10:   157860513X
Series:   America's Haunted Road Trip
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   11 September 2012
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Helen Pattskyn first became interested in the paranormal at an early age and has since read many books on ghosts, hauntings, and strange phenomena. Helen has enjoyed visiting cemeteries, old buildings and other reportedly haunted locations, approaching each with an open mind. With an educational background in library science, Helen spends her time as a writer and artist attending local science fiction conventions.

Reviews for Ghosthunting Michigan

<br> In Ghosthunting Michigan Pattskyn relates tales from 30 haunted sites in Michigan, including the Baldwin Theatre in Royal Oak and Camp Ticonderoga restaurant in Troy. She uses a conversational style, with plenty of asides about food and traveling, as she recounts stories told about the various haunts. - Joe Ballor, The Daily Tribune

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