Haunted Travels of Michigan: A Book and Web Interactive Experience

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Thunder Bay Press, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 204 pages
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An interactive book and Web site experience presents evidence of ghosts and haunted places found in Michigan and offers readers the experience of becoming part of the ghost hunt with select groups of Michigan paranormal investigative teams on the cases.

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In 2006, the two sisters began their journey in the paranormal. Since then, they've traveled 10's of thousands of miles around the state in search of Michigan's most haunted locations. Beginning as skeptics, what they have personally witnessed and recorded challenged their beliefs.Before their paranormal adventures began, Kat and Bev had professional positions completely unrelated to their current endeavors. Before beginning TR Desktop Publishing in 1991, Kat Tedsen had over 15 years' experience in writing, media production, training and management. She directed media programs for Fortune 500 clients, including General Motors Corporation, Ford Motor Company, Harley Davidson and Kelly Services.It was during their travels while writing the Michigan Vacation Guide book series, Kat and Bev met reputable people who described paranormal experiences so powerful it made them true believers in ghosts and demons. These individuals recounted fascinating stories and identified locations they sincerely believe to be haunted. Were they simply eerie ghost stories, urban legends, folklore or fact? That is what motivated Kat and Bev to begin their new "Haunted Travels" book series. They wanted to go beyond the myth and legend to the truth behind reports of hauntings.Since 2006, Kat and Bev have completed several hundred investigations that include investigations into some of Michigan's unsolved murders, disasters, criminals activity, and well-known people in American history. The site of their investigations take them to historic restaurants, hotels, bed and breakasts, prisons, remote lighthouses, and historical sites all with a strong reputation of paranormal activity.

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