Author of 'Wisconsin Road Guide to Haunted Locations' will present program Oct. 3 at Mead Public Library


09/24/06 - The Sheboygan Press


Chad Lewis, co-author of the book "Wisconsin Road Guide to Haunted Locations," will present a program about the "most haunted places" in the state on Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 6 p.m. It will be held in the Rocca Meeting Room at Mead Public Library.


Lewis said he will take participants on a ghostly journey, from the wandering highway ghosts of the North Woods to haunted bed and breakfasts in Milwaukee.


"From phantom creatures prowling the forests to graveyard apparitions in your own backyard, no place in Wisconsin is without its own haunting," said Lewis. He will bring photos, case histories, eyewitness accounts, ghost lore, and directions, because he encourages visits to these places.


Lewis is a paranormal investigator with a master of science degree in applied psychology. He is an organizer and speaker for "The Unexplained" conferences and is host of "The Unexplained" radio and television programs.


He will sign copies of his book for $14 each.


For additional information or disability accommodations, call Kim Dalhaimer at 459-3400, Ext. 3437. To request a sign language interpreter, call 459-3414 via the Wisconsin Relay Service.


This free program is funded by the library's Everhard-Forrer Fund.


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