A pair of paranormal
researchers will help explain the unexplained and sign
their book on Saturday night.
Their book, "The Wisconsin Road Guide to Haunted
Locations," features nearly 100 of Wisconsin's
most haunted places and provides readers with history
from the site, photos, investigation details and
directions, so people can experience the paranormal
Authors Terry Fisk and Chad Lewis spent the last
couple of years crisscrossing the state to research
"There's a folklore (claiming) Wisconsin has more
ghosts per mile than any other state," Fisk said.
Many of Wisconsin's hauntings are related to gangsters
from the 1930s and American Indians, he said, adding
each region of the United States has variations on
No ghosts drift through
Marshfield - as far as Fisk knows - but surrounding
towns and cities, such as Stevens Point and Wisconsin
Rapids, have haunted sites.
Thimbleberry Books will reopen at 6 p.m. Saturday for
the signing and have coffee and cookies for the event,
owner Kim Hartley said.
welcome to come in and meet with them," she said.
"I'm sure they'll tell stories."
Besides ghosts, Fisk
and Lewis also investigate UFOs, crop circles and
sightings of Bigfoot, Fisk said.
While investigating, Fisk said the duo uses equipment
such as video and still cameras, Geiger counters,
motion detectors and laser thermal scanners to check
for inexplicable cold spots.
Fisk's own interest in the field began five years ago
when a photo of him behind a relative's grave showed a
bluish-white mist rising from the ground.
Experts were unable to explain the image.
The 296-page book is available at Thimbleberry Books
and Book World in Marshfield.
Matt Ollwerther can be reached at 384-3131, at
800-967-2087, ext. 358, or at email@example.com.
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