1 edition of Myths and mysteries of Wisconsin found in the catalog.
Myths and mysteries of Wisconsin
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Myths and mysteries series|
|LC Classifications||F581.6 .B545 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012022977|
(ebook) Myths and Mysteries of Wisconsin () from Dymocks online store. Fourteen Mind-Boggling Tales from the Badger StateWas Joe. One of my favourite lists appeared in the third book of this series. Entitled '8 Worst Monster Hoaxes', the list had been compiled by none other than cryptozoology's very own Loren Coleman, and included concise accounts of such famous crypto-frauds as Phineas Barnum's Feejee mermaid, the giant model used in the notorious Silver Lake monster hoax, the supposed living Jersey 5/5(1).
Milwaukee’s Unsolved Mysteries and Hidden History Some of the most fascinating myths, legends and hard-boiled crime stories that Milwaukee has ever seen. Settle in and prepare for a journey into the baffling and the bizarre. The Myths & Mysteries of Wisconsin endless book tour gets its ghoul on. Tune in on Halloween day: KFIZ Fond du Lac, the Morning Show with Bob Hoffmaster; Wisconsin Public Radio, the Larry Meiller Show; and WHBY Appleton, the Philcast with Phil Cianciola. True stories of pirates, pancakes, and headless bankers. Yes, pancakes. From outer space.
complete Myths and Mysteries of Michigan: True Stories Of The Unsolved And Unexplained (Myths. Haunted Heartland and Haunted Wisconsin may be purchased from any local or online bookseller, or directly from the University of Wisconsin Press at the links. Posted in Books and tagged American studies, folklore, ghosts, Midwest, mysteries, Wisconsin on Octo by uwpress.
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This book however is not. While it says myths and mysteries, it's more of a recollection of actual events which all but two are explained. The headless banker and pancakes from space. The La Cross serial killer is iffy at best.
So, if you were interested in the folk history of Wisconsin, I would recommend it/5(5). Unearth the mysteries, myths, strange happenings, and haunted places in Wisconsin's history. This intriguing, lively, and easy-to-read collection of eerie stories will leave readers astonished at the secrets it reveals/5.
The Paperback of the Myths and Mysteries of Wisconsin: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained by Michael Bie at Barnes & Noble. FREE Brand: Globe Pequot Press. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Myths and Mysteries of Wisconsin: True Stories Of The Unsolved And Unexplained, First Edition (Myths and Mysteries Series) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
These 8 Urban Legends In Wisconsin Will Keep You Awake At Night. There’s that chill in the air, football season is upon us, and Olive Garden is already pushing the pumpkin cheesecake. I won’t utter the “f” word, but I will say that around this time of year, we love to hear a scary story or two.
Myths, legends and archaeological discoveries remind us of great forgotten prehistoric events that can shed new light on the history of Wisconsin. Our journey through North America continues and this time, we take a look at some fascinating ancient mysteries of Wisconsin.
This book is filled with romance, family and Wisconsin; it’s perfect for those looking for a little romance to heat up these cool spring evenings.
Find out more about Bitter Sweet; 9. Mattie Winston Series – By Annaliese Ryan. This series of mysteries is also light, but this time with a little humor. It's Halloween, and Wisconsin has plenty of myths and mysteries to give you a fright. Larry Meiller learns about some of the scariest and fun tales.
Unearth the mysteries, myths, strange happenings, and haunted places in Wisconsin's history. This intriguing, lively, and easy-to-read collection of eerie stories will leave readers astonished at the secrets it.
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From pirate ships to pancakes from outer space, Myths and Mysteries of Wisconsin makes history fun and pulls back the curtain on some of the state's most fascinating and compelling stories.
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Myths and mysteries of Wisconsin: true stories of the unsolved and unexplained. [Mike Bie] -- Fourteen Mind-Boggling Tales from the Badger State Was Joe Davis, Civil War veteran and Menominee Indian, really the son of Confederate president.
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My favorite author of Wisconsin mysteries is Kathleen Ernst. Her heroine, Chloe Ellefson, is curator of Old World Wisconsin, a living history museum where author Ernst has worked as curator and interpreter.
Her fourth mystery, Heritage of Darkness, is set in Decorah, Iowa, but Chloe retains her roots at Old World Wisconsin.
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This book offers residents, travelers, history buffs, and ghost hunters a refreshingingly lively collection of stories about Kentucky's unsolved murders, legendary villains, lingering ghosts, terrifying myths, and haunted places/5(13).If you’ve ever just loved a good chilling tale, then this book is for you.
If you’re curious about people’s opinions on ghosts and the like, then this book is for you. MYTHS AND MYSTERIES OF WISCONSIN by Michael Bie, $15 Unearth the mysteries, myths, strange happenings, and haunted places in.
Myths and Mysteries of Missouri: True Stories of Myths and Mysteries of Missouri dispels any notion that the Show Me State is a boring place harboring little unknown. Thirteen diverse chapters, each a story unto itself, probe dark secrets, unexplained phenomena, legendary individuals and actual events which leave 2/5(1).