Amid the beauty of Michigan's lakes and forested hills lurk spine-tingling stories of the supernatural. These tales of fright-filled folklore span the length and breadth of the Great Lakes State. Read about
the Red Dwarf, a hideous harbinger of doom, who continues to be sighted in Detroit whenever tragedy visits;
a cantankerous ghost that hampers renovations of an old farmhouse in Gladwin;
the mysterious growls and barks that haunt Dog Lady Island in east Monroe, where long ago a solitary woman began her legendary metamorphosis into a canine monstrosity;
a restaurateur near Bailey who is comforted by the ghost of her friend, the restaurant's first owner;
a ghostly light that glows outside the town of Paulding in northern Michigan;
a shimmering apparition of a woman in white that distracts motorists on the Bad Curve outside Ganong Cemetery in Westland;
a woman in Leonard who is urged by a benevolent spirit or guardian angel to get a medical checkup that ultimately saves her life;
the majestic Calumet Theater and the spirit of a legendary Shakespearean thespian that helps forgetful actresses deliver their lines;
and the spirits of the first keepers of the White River lighthouse and how they continue to help with the upkeep of their former residence.
GHOST STORIES OF MICHIGAN also features accounts of the investigations of Michigan's premier paranormal societies as these researchers delve into the mysteries of cemeteries and haunted houses across the state.
From mischievous manifestations to grisly ghosts of vengeance, eerie apparitions arise in Battle Creek, Maple Rapids, Linden, Bay City, Belleville, Livonia, Mackinac Island, Mason, Novi and more.