With the first edition of Chicago Haunts,
Bielski captured 160 years of Chicago's haunted history
in the first volume ever devoted to this intriguing
subject. Combining lively storytelling with in-depth
historical research, exclusive interviews, and insights
from parapsychology, she penned a unique and fascinating
exploration of the region's supernatural folklore.
Now in this revised edition, Bielski has expanded
on many of the original stories, presenting dozens of
new firsthand accounts and a compelling new theory about
the real Resurrection Mary. Join her armchair expedition
through haunted cemeteries, forest preserves, homes,
churches, schools, military sites, and restaurants in
search of Chicago's favorite phantoms.
|More Chicago Haunts
Critics called Bielski's Chicago Haunts a "must-read," "a
masterpiece of the genre," and "an absolutely
first-rate book," and readers agreed.
Now she's back with more history, more legends, and
more hauntings, including the personal scary stories
of Chicago Haunts readers.
More Chicago Haunts brings you the
Ovaltine factory haunts, the Monster of 63rd Street's
castle of terror, phantom blueberry muffins, the ghosts
of Wrigley Field, Al Capone's yacht, and 45 other glimpses
into the haunted myths and memories of Chicagoland.