Wednesday, July 30, 2008


You may not believe that relatives sometimes continue to linger here on earth after their deaths, but it can be fun to read about supposed hauntings whether or not you are a true believer:



1. Alaspa, Bryan W. Ghosts of St. Louis: The Lemp Mansion and Other Eerie Tales. Atglen, Penn: Schiffer Pub, 2007.
2. Courtaway, Robbi. Spirits of Saint Louis: A Ghostly Guide to the Mound City's Unearthly Activities. St. Louis, MO: Virginia Pub. Co, 1999.
3. Gilbert, Joan. Missouri Ghosts: And Other Mysteries. Hallsville, MO: Mogho Books, 2001.
4. Goodwin, David L. Ghosts of Jefferson Barracks: History & Hauntings of Old St. Louis. Alton, Ill: Whitechapel Productions Press, 2001.
5. Kachuba, John B. Ghosthunting Illinois. Cincinnati, Ohio: Emmis Books, 2005.
6. Lewis, Chad, and Terry Fisk. The Illinois Road Guide to Haunted Locations. Eau Claire, Wis: Unexplained Research Pub. Co, 2007.
7. Offutt, Jason. Haunted Missouri: A Ghostly Guide to the Show-Me State's Most Spirited Spots. Kirksville, Mo: Truman State University Press, 2007.
8. Taylor, Troy. Haunted Illinois. Alton, Ill: Whitechapel Productions Press, 1999.
9. Taylor, Troy. The Haunted President : The History, Hauntings & Supernatural Life of Abraham Lincoln. Decatur, Ill: Whitechapel Productions Press, 2005.
10. Taylor, Troy. Haunted St. Louis: History & Hauntings Along the Mississippi. Alton, Ill: Whitechapel Productions Press, 2002.


1. Ghost Hunting 101:
2. Ghosts & Haunts in Missouri:
3. Ghosts of Jefferson Barracks:
4. Haunted Jefferson Barracks:
5. Haunted Places- Illinois:
6. Haunted Places- Missouri:
7. Haunted Missouri:
8. The Lemp Mansion:
9. Missouri Ghosts:
10. Night at the Haunted Harney Mansion:
11. Paranormal Research Equipment:
12. S.P.I.R.I.T. Investigation of the Harney Mansion:

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