Haunted Hoosier Trails: A Guide to Indiana's Famous Folklore Spooky Sites

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Guild Press, Mar 1, 2002 - Travel - 192 pages
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Wanda Lou Willis takes readers on a frightening journey across Indiana, exploring haunted houses, rivers, and other locations. Supplemented with excellent original maps, photos, and illustrations, Haunted Hoosier Trails is a collection of spooky tales and real-life horror stories that doubles as a Halloween travel guide.

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About the author (2002)

Wanda Lou Willis is a folklore historian who specializes in Hoosier folktales and historic research. She is a feature writer for the Indianapolis Star's "Seniority Counts" Section and regularly appears on WXIN-TV's early-morning show.

She has taught folklore for thirteen years through the continuing-education division of Indiana University - Perdue University Indianapolis and OASIS. A popular folklore presenter at schools, universities, libraries and historical societies, Willis has received recognition from National Geographic Magazine and the Smithsonian Institution.

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