Wicked Ottawa County, Michigan

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Prepare for a harrowing ride into the seedy side of Ottawa County history as author Amberrose Hammond unearths morbid tales of sin, scandal and crime. The lovers you find here become enemies, and the jilted, jealous and mistreated favor weaponry to verbal resolution. Ku Klux Klan members don white gowns and leave fiery crosses blazing against the backdrop of night. In this Ottawa County, Eddie Bentz, Baby Face Nelson and a crew of thugs are spraying machine gun fire outside the People's Savings Bank in Grand Haven, arguments end in miserable fashion and the missing often turn up without the capacity to out their wrongdoers.
ISBN: 9781609491741
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Michigan
Series: Wicked
Images: 12
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Amberrose Hammond earned her degree in English at Grand Valley State University in 2005. She has been actively researching and investigating paranormal phenomena since 2000. She has traveled around the United States and Michigan exploring haunted locations and legends and is an avid local history and historical cemetery enthusiast. She enjoys tiptoeing around old tombstones whenever she spots a new cemetery to discover. Amberrose is co-founder, along with Tom Maat, of the popular website Michigan's Otherside, which showcases Michigan's strange and paranormal world. Together, they lecture about their paranormal pursuits and enjoy sharing Michigan's mysterious side during the Halloween season with fellow Michiganders.
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