Wichita Haunts

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Shadowman is seen roaming the grounds at Cowtown. The blacksmith touches investigators in his shop. The former church on Hillside Street has a friendly ghost named Belle. These are just a few of the characters that linger in Haunted Wichita. Wichita grew from the prairie as a cattle town into "the Peerless Princess of the Plains." Influenced by bold settlers, the city reflects the American spirit of capitalism and manifest destiny. Explore the haunted history of Wichita through supernatural tales from Cowtown, the Delano District, theaters, and hotels. Most are authentic haunted locations, as documented by Wichita Paranormal Research Society (WPRS) and Paranormal Research Investigators (PRI).
ISBN: 9780738582870
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Kansas
Images: 69
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Beth Cooper is an author, public speaker, radio host, and historian. She is owner of Paranormal Adventures USA, a tourism business that features ghost and history tours as well as other events involving the paranormal. She believes that “without the history, there are no haunts.” A native Kansan, Beth was raised with stories of the most famous ghost in North Topeka, the Albino Lady. Beth has a background in media, and is cohost of Paranormal Adventure Radio. She lives in Topeka, Kansas, with her husband, Jim Meyer.
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