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Creative Retirement Fall Luncheon
is Sept. 13

 

09/06/06 - Tama News-Herald

 

MARSHALLTOWN-  Creative  Retirement will start off the fall season with a ghostly journey, "Haunted Locations in Your Own Backyard."  The Fall Luncheon will be Thursday, Sept. 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  The ghostly journey presented by Chad Lewis will take you to some of the most haunted places in Iowa.  It covers the entire state of Iowa from the Cursed Angel of Council Bluffs to the Hanging Ghost of Davenport.  From phantom creatures prowling the woods to graveyard apparitions located in your own backyard, no place in Iowa is without its own haunting.  There will be photos, case history, eyewitness accounts, ghost lore, and directions.  This unique presentation encourages you to visit these places for your own ghost story.

 

Chad Lewis is a paranormal researcher for Unexplained Research.  He has co-authored, Iowa Road Guide to Haunted Locations, plus other books.  Remember the article in the Times Republican about the "legend of the chair" at Riverside Cemetery?  The book does mention the Riverside chair legend story.

 

This luncheon will be an opportunity to learn more about Creative Retirement and the courses offered for fall.  Membership in Creative Retirement is open to anyone 50 and older.  The program year runs from October to September.

 

Register by Monday prior to the luncheon, so you can enjoy the great Iowa stories.  Call Iowa Valley Continuing Education, 641-752-4645.


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