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Haunted Mantorville: Trailing the Ghosts of Old Minnesota By Christopher S. Larsen,

  • Title: Haunted Mantorville: Trailing the Ghosts of Old Minnesota
  • Author: Christopher S. Larsen
  • ISBN: 9781609491093
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stroll into Mantorville, and you get the sense that it is a place where you could comfortably live forever Ghosts seem to feel the same way, and this excursion into the stories of their activity keeps pace with the feverish bustle buried in the town s heritage From ruined breweries to opera house mummies, Christopher Larsen takes the measure of one of Minnesota s most hiStroll into Mantorville, and you get the sense that it is a place where you could comfortably live forever Ghosts seem to feel the same way, and this excursion into the stories of their activity keeps pace with the feverish bustle buried in the town s heritage From ruined breweries to opera house mummies, Christopher Larsen takes the measure of one of Minnesota s most historic and haunted places The tale of his investigations might not rob Mantorville of its charm, but when you walk into a gift shop that was once a funeral parlor, you might be a little susceptible to a shiver.
    Haunted Mantorville Trailing the Ghosts of Old Minnesota Stroll into Mantorville and you get the sense that it is a place where you could comfortably live forever Ghosts seem to feel the same way and this excursion into the stories of their activity keeps

    One thought on “Haunted Mantorville: Trailing the Ghosts of Old Minnesota”

    1. I enjoyed it very much The author has a sense humor I enjoy and the reading was easy to follow I know some people had felt like he was writing to children but that is not the case He just has a sense of humor he includes in his writing This book doesn t make me a full believer in paranormal like he brings up alot in the book but it was a good paranormal read of Mantorville and it s history I was never aware of prior.

    2. It was ok I liked the chapter about the Hubbell House best, since I ve been there many times I don t care a whole lot for the author s writing style it feels too much like a kid trying to get you to like him.

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