Wisconsin's Ghosts and Gangsters
will be presented at 7 p.m. Sept. 24
at Lester Public Library of Arpin,
8091 Highway E. The program is free.
For information, call 715-652-2273.
This unique presentation takes the
audience on a weird journey to some
of the most fascinating places in
the state where gangsters roamed and
spirits continue to roam.
From phantom creatures prowling the
woods to graveyard apparitions
located in your own backyard, to
John Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson
terrorizing the Northwoods, no place
in Wisconsin is without a story.
Complete with photos, case history,
eyewitness accounts, ghost lore and
directions, this unique presentation
encourages you to visit these places
for your own bizarre Wisconsin
Find out where you can:
• See where dead gangsters still
roam the state.
• Pick up a
• Spend the
night in the same places the most
infamous criminals did.
your car pushed by spirits.
Chad Lewis is a paranormal
researcher and author for
Unexplained Research LLC. He
holds a Master's of Science degree
in psychology from the University of
Wisconsin-Stout. Lewis has trekked
across the world in search of the
paranormal. From tracking vampires
in Transylvania and chasing the
Chupacabras in Puerto Rico, to
searching for the elusive monster in
Loch Ness, and pursuing ghosts in
Ireland's castles, Lewis brings more
than 14 years of research experience
to his presentations.
Lewis has been featured on the
Discovery Channel's "A Haunting,"
ABC's "World's Scariest Places," and
hundreds of radio interviews, TV
appearances and newspaper articles.
Lewis is the author of the "Hidden
Headlines" series and also the
co-author of the "Road
Guide to Haunted Locations" book
series. Lewis has presented at
hundreds of libraries, universities,
schools, and private functions for
crowds of seven to 700.