Ghosts of Grand Rapids

· Arcadia Publishing
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129
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About this ebook

“Grand Rapids’ sinister and spooky past is illuminated . . . examines local hauntings and reveals the truth behind some long told urban legends” (The Collegiate).
 
Come nose around in the creepier corners of the Grand Rapids of yesteryear. Discover why Hell’s Bridge persists as such an oft-told urban legend and what horrific history earned Heritage Hill the title of Michigan’s most haunted neighborhood. Mingle with the spooky inhabitants of the Phillips Mansion, Holmdene Manor, San Chez Restaurant and St. Cecilia Music Center. Meet the guests who never quite checked out of the Amway Grand. Read the true stories behind the Michigan Bell Building and the Ada Witch Legend. Nicole Bray, Robert Du Shane and Julie Rathsack illuminate the shadows of local sites you thought you knew.
 
Includes photos!
5.0
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A Google user
November 3, 2016
This book offers some very interesting facts about grand rapids. I've lived here my entire life and I learned new things. Haha. Well worth the money if your interested in GR and some of its history.
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About the author

Author and haunted historian Nicole Bray co-owns Haunted History of Kalamazoo Tours. She founded the West Michigan Ghost Hunters Society and co-authored The Paranormal Michigan Book Series.
 
Robert Du Shane is a theologian, historian and owner of WPAR-DB, a 24-hour paranormal talk radio network, as well as the host of their flagship show WPARanormal Talk Radio. He co-wrote The Paranormal Michigan Book Series and co-owns Haunted History of Kalamazoo Tours.
 
Julie Rathsack is the research director of the West Michigan Ghost Hunters Society, and has been doing paranormal investigations for over a decade. She is currently working on her second book which will chronicle hauntings in Grand Rapids’ Heritage Hill’s area.

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