Haunted Heartland

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Dorset Press, Jul 1, 1991 - Fiction - 504 pages
22 Reviews

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.

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User Review  - Astrid Yrigollen - Goodreads

The haunted heartland books were a great introduction to spooky stuff . I no longer read this kind of book but I happened to see it and remember that it was one of my favorite collections of true ghost stories. Read full review

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User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

Intriguing collection of short accounts of paranormal experiences. Some sound far-fetched, but most are interesting enough to keep the reader's attention. Read full review

Contents

Illinois
1
Indiana
75
Iowa
116
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About the author (1991)

Beth Scott is an astrologer, life coach, metaphysician and author. Originally from Oklahoma, she has a BA Degree from Stephens College in Columbia, MO. She has been on her own transformational healing journey with her initiation into Kriya Yogain 1992. Beth has been on the healing path with Network Spinal Analysis and the Twelve Stages of Healing for over 18 years. She has experienced many levels of initiation at spiritual sitesthroughout the world throughthe work of Dr. Donald Epstein and Dr. Michael Kooby. Beth currently resides in Santa Monica, CA with her Soul Matepartner, Deke Keasbey.

Michael Norman, a former reporter and columnist for the "New York Times", is on the faculty of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University and is the author of "These Good Men: Friendships Forged in War".

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