Haunted Muskegon

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Once a booming lumber town, Muskegon today harbors not just ghosts of long-gone industry but maybe actual ghosts too. An apparition in Victorian clothing walks past Hackley Library patrons and disappears into a wall. Some believe him to be none other than philanthropist and lumber baron Charles Hackley. In the Hume House, the ghost of a young woman gloomily peers down at visitors from an upstairs window. Visitors to the LST 393 ship museum often see a shadowy figure or hear someone walking behind them as they walk through the hallways, but when they turn around to look, no one’s there. Join author Marie Helena Cisneros as she delves into thirteen spine-tingling supernatural tales from Muskegon’s past.
ISBN: 9781467150217
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Michigan
Series: Haunted America
Images: 72
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Marie Helena Cisneros is an investigative journalist, professional astrologer, ufologist, numerologist and ULC minister. Marie has an AAS and BS in the medical sciences and worked in the medial field for more than twenty-five years. Her personal interests include acrylic painting, mixed-media art, jewelry design and crafting. She is also chief researcher for her own company, Cygnus Research. She was a UFO field investigator for more than ten years with MUFON, investigating more than one hundred cases in Michigan, Kansas, Oregon and Montana, as well as a columnist for the MUFON Journal. She was also investigative journalist, writer and media host for a local paranormal show. She has been featured on numerous ufology and paranormal podcasts, radio and cable television broadcasts. She was a contributor to a well-known ufology website, with the article being picked up worldwide and reprinted on hundreds of other ufology websites.
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