Mysterious Michigan: The Lonely Ghost of Minnie Quay, the Marvelous Manifestations of Farmer Riley,

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Enigmatic mediums, murders and monsters are all part of Michigan’s mysterious and sometimes supernatural history. The will of Detroit’s first millionaire, Eber B. Ward, was hotly contested because he took the financial advice of spirits. Marian Spore Bush, Bay City’s first female dentist, moved to New York City, where she became a psychic wonder—and a secret philanthropist. Old witchcraft superstitions drove a Mount Morris family insane and caused another man to murder his godmother in Trenton. Researcher Amberrose Hammond brings to light strange and unusual tales from Michigan’s colorful and exciting past.
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ISBN: 9781467149921
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Michigan
Series: American Legends
Images: 43
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
For more than twenty years, Amberrose Hammond has been researching the supernatural, weird and off-beat history of Michigan. An avid local history and cemetery enthusiast, Amberrose has lectured extensively around the state at libraries, conferences and historical tours and has shared her love of Michigan’s high strangeness with thousands. She is the author of Ghosts & Legends of Michigan’s West Coast, Wicked Ottawa County and Wicked Grand Rapids. Learn more at www.michigansotherside.com and listen to Ghostly Talk, a podcast she co-hosts.
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