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Check out these books about the ghostly happenings of the Midwest

The Midwest, a place known for it's humble communities, farms, and recently for it's rigid cold weather, is believe it or not a hot bed for paranormal activity. So it's not just the cold that is giving us the chills, it could be something out of this world...

Don't believe me? Well check out these books then:

"Haunted Heartland," is a book that was published in the 80s and was created by Beth Scott and Michael Norman. This book is over 500 pages long with stories from Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, and other places in the Midwest. The stories range from possessions, haunted houses, ghostly lights, and ghost ships.

"Haunted Green Bay," created by Timothy Freiss shows us that Green Bay is a place filled with strange happenings. It's part of the "Haunted America," series. An interest for those who've never heard of ghosts in Titletown.

"The Most Gruesome Hauntings of the Midwest," sounds like something for the paranormal reader who thinks they've read it all. A book that talks about murders, curses, series killers, and has a warning that is not for the faint of heart!

Going to Indiana at all? Before you do check out, "Haunted Travels of Indiana." Mark Marimen wrote the book that dwells about the history and haunting past of Indiana.

So take a look at these books and maybe you'll learn something new about your hometown or learn something new about the Midwest.

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