Chad Lewis presents "Haunted Wisconsin"

Ripon Public Library is pleased to announce that Chad Lewis will present on "Haunted Wisconsin." He will appear at Ripon Public Library at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, July 13, 2007.

Join paranormal researcher and author Chad Lewis as he takes the audience on a ghostly journey to some of the most haunted places in Wisconsin - from the wandering highway ghosts of the North Woods to haunted B&B's in Milwaukee. From phantom creatures prowling the forests to graveyard apparitions located in your own backyard, no place in Wisconsin is without its own haunting. Complete with photos, case history, eyewitness accounts, ghost lore, and directions, this presentation encourages you to visit these places for your own ghost story.

Chad Lewis is a Paranormal Researcher and Author. Chad holds a Master's of Science degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Chad has trekked across the world in search of the paranormal. From tracking vampires in Transylvania and chasing the Chupacabras in Puerto Rico, to searching for the elusive monster at Loch Ness, and chasing ghosts in Ireland's castles, Chad brings over 12 years of research experience to his presentations. He is also the co-author of The Road Guide to Haunted Locations series.

There is no admission charge and all are welcome to attend. The event will be held in the lower level meeting room of the Ripon Public Library.

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