Haunted Michigan: Recent Encounters with Active Spirits

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Lake Claremont Press, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 207 pages
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United Methodist minister, Rev. Gerald S. Hunter, recounts his personal investigations into the recent encounters of Michigan residents with active spirits: "true ghost stones you've never hand before".

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User Review  - Julie Dickerson - Goodreads

I love love love books like this. Loved that he gave clues to where the hauntings were, loved the local stories. Very easy to read. But warning! Don't read after it gets dark :) Read full review

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this book is pretty kewl. Read full review


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Gerald S. Hunter is an ordained United Methodist Minister currently serving a parish in Hartland, Michigan. He was educated at Albion College, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies and at The Methodist Theological School in Ohio, where he received his Masters of Divinity. Rev. Hunter is currently enrolled in the Masters of Counseling program at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant. An avid writer, Rev. Hunter has had articles published in The Detroit Free Press, The Akron Beacon Journal, and The Michigan Christian Advocate. He has also taught creative and business writing at Saginaw Valley State University as an adjunct instructor of English. Rev. Hunter and his wife, Tracey, maintain a home in Hillsdale County, Michigan.

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