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Haunting the Prairie : A Tourists Guide to the Weird and Wild Places of Illinois

Michael Kleen

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ISBN 10: 0979040140 / ISBN 13: 9780979040146
Published by Black Oak Press, Illinois, U.S.A., 2010
Condition: Fine To As New Soft cover
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Pages are clean, crisp, bright. unmarked. Binding is tight with no spine creasing. no or very faint shelving rub to cover edges. signed and inscribed by author on half title page. "To Jessica Michael Kleen". Bookseller Inventory # BR48288

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Title: Haunting the Prairie : A Tourists Guide to ...

Publisher: Black Oak Press, Illinois, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine To As New

Signed: Signed and Inscribed By Author

Edition: 1st Edition

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For over a decade, Michael Kleen, author of Paranormal Illinois and the Legends and Lore of Illinois, has been researching and traveling to mystery spots all over the Prairie State. Now, he has created the most organized and comprehensive guide to haunted and legendary places ever written about Illinois. Haunting the Prairie is that guide.

Haunting the Prairie contains 130 mystery sites and 60 individual illustrations, plus the only bibliographic timeline of paranormal and folklore research in Illinois over the past century. In Haunting the Prairie, Michael Kleen not only examines the sites, but also the hobbyists and professionals who have devoted their lives to exploring the strange and unusual in our great state.

Divided among eight distinct regions and listed by county, each location features a description, directions, and sources drawn from a diverse variety of books and articles where the reader can find out more information.

Haunting the Prairie challenges you to get off the couch and start exploring our wonderful State of Illinois. You might be surprised at what you discover!

About the Author:

Michael Kleen earned a masters degree in American history from Eastern Illinois University in 2008. He is the author of numerous books, including Tales of Coles County, Illinois, Six Tales of Terror, Autumn and Winter: Seasons of Gray, and Paranormal Illinois. Michael has also spoken on local history and folklore at the Rockford Public Library, on WTVO Channel 17, at Teapots Cafe in Beecher, Illinois, Ashmore Estates, Charleston Middle School, and the 2007 Conference on Illinois History in Springfield. Michael is also the publisher and executive editor of Black Oak Presents, a quarterly digital journal of Middle American art and culture.

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