The Big Book of Illinois Ghost Stories (Google eBook)
Stackpole Books, Aug 1, 2009 - 384 pages
The latest volume in the Big Book series contains more than 100 stories from haunted locales across the Prairie State. Compiled by Illinois's best-known author on the paranormal, this collection includes: permanent guests of the Mineral Springs Hotel, the horrible history of the Old Slave House, rumors of a devil baby in Hull House, and Chicago's famous Resurrection Mary.
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Review: Big Book of Illinois Ghost Stories, The (Big Book of Ghost Stories)User Review - Lynette - Goodreads
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. However, there were some stories that were 99% back story and then a brief mention of a supposed ghost. While I'm a history buff and enjoyed those stories, I'd like a ... Read full review
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