Sept. 26, at 2 p.m., Chad Lewis will
be at the Calumet Inn, in the dining
room, to talk about his book, "The
Minnesota Road Guide to Haunted
Locations." The talk is
co-sponsored by Meinders Community
Library and the Pipestone County
presentation takes the audience on a
ghostly journey to some of the most
haunted places in Minnesota.
It covers the entire state, from
wandering ghosts in the North Woods
to the Haunted Bed and Breakfast in
Wabasha; from phantom creatures
prowling the woods to graveyard
apparitions located in your own
backyard (the Calumet Inn and the
Historical Museum are featured in
photos, case history, eyewitness
accounts, ghost lore and directions,
this unique presentation encourages
you to visit these places for your
own ghost story. Find out
where you can see possessed statues
come to life; pick up a phantom
hitchhiker; encounter a ghost train;
enjoy a play in a haunted theater;
or have your car pushed by spirits.
Chad Lewis is a paranormal
researcher and author for
Unexplained Research LLC.
Chad holds a Master's of Science in
Psychology from the University of
Wisconsin - Stout. Chad has
trekked across the world in search
of the paranormal, from tracking
vampires in Transylvania to chasing
chupacabras in Puerto Rico. He has
also searched for the Loch Ness
Monster and pursued ghosts in
Ireland's castles. Chad brings
over 14 years of research experience
to his presentations.
has been featured on the Discovery
Channel's "A Haunting," ABC's
"World's Scariest Places," and
hundreds of radio interviews,
television appearances and newspaper
articles. Chad is the author
of the Hidden Headlines series and
also the co-author of the Road Guide
to Haunted Locations book series.
Chad has presented at hundreds of
libraries, universities, schools,
and private functions for crowds of
seven to 700.
If you have any
questions about this author's talk,
you can call the library at (507)
825-6714 or the museum at (507)
825-2563. Meinders Library is
open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday
through Thursday, and from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The Pipestone County Museum is open
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday