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Haunted lakes

Great Lakes ghost stories, superstitions, and sea serpents

by Frederick Stonehouse

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Lake Superior Port Cities in Duluth, Minn .
Written in English

  • Great Lakes Region (North America),
  • Great Lakes (North America)
    • Subjects:
    • Ghosts -- Great Lakes Region (North America),
    • Sea monsters -- Great Lakes (North America)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-192) and index.

      StatementFrederick Stonehouse.
      LC ClassificationsBF1472.U6 S76 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 198 p. :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL689056M
      ISBN 100942235304
      LC Control Number97036087

      Sagamore Hotel -- Bolton Landing, N.Y. (near Lake George) Haunted America Tours once named this historic resort one of the top 10 most haunted hotels in the U.S. Built in and now listed in.   Ghost Stories Ghost stories have been circulating about Fort Phantom Hill since its earliest existence in In (87 years after the fort was established), a lake was built south of the fort and was named “Lake Fort Phantom Hill.”.

        The book, part of the "Haunted America" series published by The History Press, focuses on 13 lighthouses in Michigan, while more than 30 are Author: Micah Walker. miles from Lake Charles, LA. Thought to be over years old, the building was once used as a Civil War hospital. It is haunted by a ghost called Hoppy or Peg-Leg, seen wearing soldier's clothing, a peg-leg, and a gold earring in his left ear. Legend has it that Hoppy was a pirate who Read more».

      Author Frederick Stonehouse writes in his book, Haunted Lakes, that William told his grandson, “I am not going to leave the building” and he died the day he was supposed to leave. An alternative story also says that he and his grandson simply did not get along.   Haunted Hollywood! Tinseltown's Most Disturbing Legends, Ghosts and Spooky Sights. October 5, – AM – 3 Comments. By Parade @parademagazine More by Parade.

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Haunted lakes by Frederick Stonehouse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Haunted Lakes is a book that you want to read because you are looking for a collection of good ghost stories and you want to be entertained. This book is not a scientific analysis of the supernatural. Unlike the book Lost At Sea, Stonehouse tells the stories in an entertaining way and then moves on/5(11).

Both based on folklore and actual research, this book is crammed full of various haunted lighthouses, ships and of course, lakes. All the cases take place in or around the Great Lakes.

Included are numerous photos which really helps to spike interest. This /5(17). Haunted Lakes II is a well written book.

I am from Grand Rapids and I've always been interested in the history of the lakes. As a young boy I remember listening to radio reports of Coast Guard rescues of ships in trouble as a result of storms.

I also enjoy reading a good ghost story, especially if it includes, ships and light houses/5(11). As I said with the first haunted lakes, believe them or not the stories are fascinating.

Stonehouse's writing style can get dry at times but if you're in for a series of local historical ghost stories you can't go wrong with this Haunted lakes book or the original haunted lakes. Rachel rated it it was amazing /5.

The second in the Haunted Great Lakes series, Haunted Lake Michigan, this fast-reading book features the rsearch of maritime historian and accidental ghost chaser, Frederick Stonehouse. Here Stonehoused 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.

The inland seas of the Great Lakes hold just as many spellbinding ghostly tales as the salt-water seas. One book simply couldn't carry all of the hauntings of these massive lakes - so now comes Haunted Lakes II, sequel to the popular Haunted Lakes. The synopsis on the dustjacket describes Haunted as a satire of reality television, but according to Palahniuk, the novel is actually about "the battle for credibility" that has resulted from the ease with which one can publish through the use of modern : Chuck Palahniuk.

However, there is one island right off shore on Lake Huron in the great lakes where almost every square inch seems to be haunted by something or other. A popular summer tourist spot, this is a bustling, well-travelled island that nevertheless seems to be as crowded with ghosts as it is with visitors, so much so that it is often said that the.

A Haunted Lake Rachel Madison feels the time has come to retreat to the lake cabin. The vacation her best friend wanted them both to go to before a fire that took Mary Beth's life.

Although Rachel feels Mary Beths' encouragement for her to paint again, the scarred cabin caretaker is proving to be a distraction to paint landscapes.5/5(1).

The legend of the Haunted Lake. At one time, the Indians had been in the habit of pitching their teepees on the eastern shores of the lake. Once, in winter, seven braves camped there for the night.

In the morning they saw the magnificent head and antlers of a deer caught in the ice. As a serious historian Stonehouse openly admits his apprehension in writing a book like Haunted Lakes, he even considered using a pen name. In light of that it's interesting that he should go on to 4/5(2).

His publishing credits include "Haunted Lakes," a book that explores tales of Great Lakes ghosts, superstitions and sea serpents. Stonehouse, who considered using a pen name to write "Haunted Lakes" to protect his reputation, said that while the stories do not represent serious history, they do occur within a historical framework.

Buy a cheap copy of Haunted Lakes: Great Lakes Ghost book by Frederick Stonehouse. Free shipping over $/5(5). From the publishers who brought you the best-selling “Haunted Lakes” and “Haunted Lakes II” comes a book devoted to the ghostly tales and rich legends of the largest of the Great Lakes.

“Haunted Lake Superior” features dozens of previously unpublished stories of supernatural, unnatural or unexplained phenomena. Not Many People Realize These 11 Little Known Haunted Places In Minnesota Exist. We know that Minnesota has more lakes than hot dishes, but did you know that the Land of 10, Lakes is crawling in creepy-crawly paranormal activity.

We really shouldn’t be surprised. after all, Anoka, Minnesota, is the Halloween capital of the world. 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. Summit County Juvenile Detention Home – The ghost of a matron who worked there haunts the detention home.

It is believed that the matron was killed there, possibly by one of the inmates. Summit Lake – Just outside of Akron, the banks of this lake are haunted by the spirits of children who drowned there. The ghost of a clown that was burned. Unsubscribe from RonaldOMG. Need to report the video.

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Why no stories about haunted fields. Or lakes, full of constantly swimming ghosts. That could be scary. But, no, there’s something about the structure of a home and the proverbial door Author: Ashley Brooke Roberts. Haunted Lakes II: More Great Lakes Ghost Stories by Stonehouse, Frederick and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

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These are all places where you can have a meal or even spend the night–if [ ]. Legend has it that the Gold Brook Bridge, also known as “Emily’s Bridge” is haunted by a ghost named Emily.

There are many stories of how Emily died on the bridge. The most popular is that she was supposed to elope with a lover who was meeting her at the bridge, and when he didn't show, she hung herself from the : Kristin Grimes.