7 edition of Strange Wisconsin found in the catalog.
October 31, 2007
by Trails Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Midwestern Strange chronicles B.J. Hollars’s exploration of the mythic, lesser-known oddities of flyover country. The mysteries, ranging from bipedal wolf sightings to run-ins with pancake-flipping space aliens to a lumberjack-inspired “Hodag hoax,” make this book a little bit X-Files, a little bit Ghostbusters, and a whole lot of Sherlock Holmes. 25 books that form a portrait of Wisconsin, a beautiful and changing state. Taken collectively, these books portray a state renowned for natural beauty but .
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'Strange Wisconsin' was simply a joy to read and a must have addition to all Fortean libraries. I highly recommend this book Strange Wisconsin book paranormal fans in every state.
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Prepare to explore the back roads of. Discover hidden attractions, cool sights, and unusual things to do in Wisconsin from House on the Rock to Renaissance Book Shop.
Early life. Strange was born in Oakfield, Wisconsin on J As a boy, he attended the district schools part of the year and worked in various woodenware factories for part of the year.
Career. After attending Beloit College, Strange was a schoolteacher in Rock County, Wisconsin, and Clinton County, Iowa, until ; then he was a grocery clerk in or: James O. Davidson. Richard Strange in Wisconsin. We found 3 records for Richard Strange in Oshkosh, Milwaukee and 2 other cities in Wisconsin.
Select the best result to find their. David Strange in Wisconsin. We found 8 records for David Strange in Oshkosh, Hartland and 9 other cities in Wisconsin. Select the best result to find their address, phone. In 'Midwestern Strange,' A Tour Of The Utterly Bizarre And All-Too-Human B.J. Hollars' book is both a quirky primer on some of the Midwest's oddest stories —.
South central Wisconsin is well represented in the book (see strange headlines). In Wisconsin Dells incivil engineers found the carving of a human face in the rocky cliffs along the Wisconsin River.
Aahh, weird Wisconsin, how I love you. Truth is, I appreciate a well-named town. And by well-named, I just mean strange.
Here are 25–and believe me, that’s just a sampling–of Wisconsin’s oddly named communities: Arkansaw (Pepin County) Arkansaw, Wis. was named after the Arkansas River.
Linda S. Godfrey is an author and artist working in rural Elkhorn, Wisconsin. She has written and provided illustrations for Weird Michigan and several other books, including The Poison Widow: A True Story of Sin, Strychnine, and Murder and The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's addition, she is the creator and editor of a website about the strange and quirky, www /5(14).
Wisconsin's leading authority on the paranormal presents strange stories from around the state- From witches in the Wisconsin Dells to spirits in the State Capitol - Encounters with Kenosha's Headless Nun, the Man Bat of Lacrosse, Rocky the Rock Lake Monster, pancake-pushing aliens, and the ghost of gangster John Dillinger- Explorations of /5.
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Journalist Linda Godfrey was covering the strange sightings of a werewolf-like creature in Elkhorn, Wisconsin in the early 90s. This book brings together the eye witness accounts, the local lore, and more to present the full story of the Beast of Bray Road.
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Godfrey A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.
Description: viii, pages: illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm: Contents. Linda S. Godfrey lives in Wisconsin and is an author, artist, and researcher of strange subjects, eccentric people, and unknown creatures.
Her previous books include Hunting the American Werewolf (), Weird Wisconsin (), and Strange Wisconsin (), winner of a bronze medal in the Independent Brand: Stackpole Books.
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