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eBook Haunted Heartland ePub

by Norman Michael,Beth Scott

  • ISBN: 0446302333
  • Category: Occult and Paranormal
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Norman Michael,Beth Scott
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Warner Books (October 1986)
  • ePub book: 1994 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1757 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 478

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They vividly describe each story to put the most succesful image in your head.

There's even a story of automatic writing. Whoever dreamed America's Midwest could be so haunted?Beth Scott and Michael Norman tell good stories, too. There is some repetition, which is to be expected in a collection of 120+ stories-it's amazing how many Midwestern towns are haunted by a 'lady in black'-but some of the tales (as far as I know) are completely unique.

Haunted Heartland book. For decades, journalist Michael Norman has been tracking down spine-tingling tales that seem to arise from authentic incidents in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and Wisconsin. In Haunted Heartland he offers more than eighty entertaining, eerie stories. Are they true in the world that we know, or only in a dark vale of twilight? More than 150 true stories of the supernatural Midwest.

Fourth in Norman and the late Scott's series on Haunted America (Historic Haunted America, 1995, et., with stories . Michael Norman has taught at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for more than twenty-five years., with stories far-distant from the more applied studies of the paranormal at Duke University o. . Beth Scott, who died in early 1994, was full-time freelance writer for more than thirty-five years. Библиографические данные. Haunted Heritage: A Definitive Collection of North American Ghost Stories Haunted America (Том 3). Авторы. Michael Norman, Beth Scott.

It is the world of the supernatural, a gathering of the unbelievable and fantastic ghosts, haunted houses, possession and .

It is the world of the supernatural, a gathering of the unbelievable and fantastic ghosts, haunted houses, possession and exorcism, vanishing people and ships, mystery lights, premonitory dreams, and more. Each of these stories-every one reported as true-take place in the American heartland, the deceptively quiet states of the Middle West . or have heard about only in terrified whispers.

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by. Scott, Beth, 1922-; Norman, Michael, 1947 June 29-. Publication date. Ghosts, Parapsychology. New York : Warner Books. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. L on February 23, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Find nearly any book by Beth Scott. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Haunted Heartland (Dorset Reprints Series). by Beth Scott, Michael Norman.

Find nearly any book by Beth Scott. ISBN 9780880296144 (978-0-88029-614-4) Hardcover, Dorset Press, 1991.

Michael Norman (born June 29, 1947) is an American author known for his supernatural book series Haunted which he has written alongside fellow author Beth Scott. Norman, who hails from Illinois, graduated with a master's degree from Northern Illinois University in 1969. He worked at the University of Wisconsin–River Falls journalism department from 1973 until his retirement in May 2003

ISBN 10: 0446357251 ISBN 13: 9780446357258. Publisher: Warner Books, 1988.

More than 150 true stories of the supernatural Midwest. Readers will enter an America they never knew existed--that of ghosts, haunted houses, possession and exorcism, of vanishing people and ships, mystery lights, premonitory dreams and more. A perennial Halloween favorite.

Comments

Mavivasa Mavivasa
Haunted Heartland is *the* book to have if you want true ghost stories, not boring investigative accounts of them. Michael and Beth do a lot of research to find out the most personal details of each home, building or piece of land they write up on in this book. They vividly describe each story to put the most succesful image in your head. This is my most favorite book of any books I have ever had. I finally got a hold of the Hardcover Edition (which I've been looking for forever) and I will never let go of it. I'm sure that you won't want to either. These ghost stories are the best you can find anywhere. They're not boring and not too exciting, but perfectly blended with each other to make up the best haunted book there is out there. You might even want to go investigate these places yourself after you get done reading some of the stories!
Mayno Mayno
This is one of my favorite spooky books of all time. It's perfect for every age! I loved "The Mad Woman of Topeka." We grew up hearing this story. It shaped my childhood.
Elizabeth Elizabeth
I would have given this book 5 stars, except for the fact that many of my favorite stories from the first printing have been removed. Big disappointment!
Ynye Ynye
My Mother-in-Law bought me my first copy of this book for Christmas in 1987. I have always loved it, but we had a fire a few years ago, and it was damaged by water. I was very happy to find it again. One of the best books on true hauntings ever written, in my opinion. I have read it many times over the years, and i plan to read it many more. Excellent book!
Hellstaff Hellstaff
excellent Highly recommend
IGOT IGOT
I own another book about ghosts by the same authors and chose to get this book because I like their writing and the subject.
Inertedub Inertedub
5+ stars
Being from the Midwest (Indiana), and interested in "true" ghost stories, this book was perfect for me. I'd owned Haunted America years ago, and wanted to see what the other books were like. This one didn't disappoint! The Midwest is full of ghosts, as I know because of my Hoosier childhood.