Hauntingly good time at library Monday

With paranormal Chad Lewis


By Kathy Tobin, Tomahawk Leader Editor


08/07/07 - Tomahawk Leader

Don't be spooked.

Make your way to the Tomahawk Public Library Monday night, Aug. 13, at 7 p.m., to hear about some of "Wisconsin's Most Haunted Locations" from author Chad Lewis.

Lewis is co-author of the book, "The Wisconsin Road Guide to Haunted Locations."  He says he'll be in town to present some of the most haunted locations in this area:  including Calvary Cemetery in Tomahawk; T.B. Scott Mansion in Merrill; Molly's Rock in Rhinelander; and Rib Lake Campground in Rib Lake.

His "Haunted Locations in Your Own Backyard" presentation takes the audience on a ghostly journey to some of the most haunted places in Wisconsin.  It covers the entire state from wandering ghosts of the Northwoods to haunted bed and Breakfasts in Milwaukee.  For example, strange noises and mysterious shadowy figures have been seen roaming Calvary Cemetery.  No place in Wisconsin is without its own haunting, Lewis says.

Complete with photos, case histories, eyewitness accounts, ghost lore and directions, Lewis encourages those attending his programs to visit places for their own ghostly stories.

Lewis a a paranormal researcher for Unexplained Research.  He holds a Master's of Science degree in applied psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.  He 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 in Loch Ness, and pursuing ghosts in Ireland's castles.  He brings more than 13 years of research experience to his presentations.  He also is co-author of the "Road Guide to Haunted Locations" series.


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