In Minnesota, much more than the magnificent scenery will take your breath away. Tales of fright-filled folklore span the length and breadth of the North Star State:
* Phantom soldiers of the Civil War walk the remains of historic Fort Ripley, near Little Falls
* Renovations to the elegant Fitzgerald Theater in downtown St. Paul awakened the ghost of Ben, the spirit of a stagehand from the early 1900s
* Owners of an old homestead in Dakota County recognize the ghost they call Pete when they hear heavy phantom footsteps and an unseen car spraying gravel on the driveway
* After one of her clients suffers through a series of disturbing ghostly events, a Minneapolis realtor offers ghost-busting services to potential buyers
* The Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Center is haunted by the mischievous ghost of renowned Minnesota author Sinclair Lewis
* The last prisoner to be hanged in Minnesota is one of many spirits haunting the Ramsey County Courthouse in St. Paul
* After the worst mining disaster in state history, the ghost of a miner and the phantom sound of his warning whistle chased new workers away from the Milford Mine
* A vengeful priest has long haunted Heffron Hall at St. Mary's University
* Minnesota's paranormal experts reveal their approaches and some of the ghostly events they've witnessed.
From mischievous manifestations to grisly ghosts of vengeance, eerie apparitions arise in Rochester, Winona, Avon, Camden, Chanhassen, Stillwater, Montevideo, St. Cloud, Le Sueur and more.