ABOUT THE BOOKS
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STEPPING INTO DARKNESS
... An Eloise Psychiatric Hospital patient and his sudden descent into a world of night terrors. Were his growing visions his mental condition or something else?
.. An account of Michigan's most feared witch.
... A early 1900's spirit painter who claimed the spirits guided her hand as she painted American's future. Her final painting foretold a dark future with a uncanny ring of truth today.
... The story of a direct voice medium who rose to prominence in the Spiritualist Era. She could bring forward the actual voice of the spirit and said to be either the created medium of all time or the greatest magicians.
.. A lost spirit child wandering Mackinac Island. ... An unsolved murder that takes us to northwestern Lower Michigan community and the spirit that may still wander. ... A dreadful late- 1800's murder on a land said to be cursed near Washington/Romeo. ... An investigation in a northern Macomb County community and the most unsettling poltergeist cases Bev and Kat ever encountered. When you call to the spirits of the dead, you never know what will come back.
HAUNTED TRAVELS OF MICHIGAN TRILOGY - Evidence Contained in Website Secret Rooms
The Haunted Travels of Michigan book series consists of three books. Over a period of 10 years (2005 to 2015), Bev Rydel and Kat Tedsen traveled the State of Michigan. Sometimes traveling 10,000 miles per year in the state just researching and investigation reports of unexplained phenomena.
NOTE: All stories represent public locations. All stories are WEB-INTERACTIVE. The book provides codes that will allow the reader to go the "Secret Rooms" of this website and see/hear evidence recorded during the investigation.
HAUNTED TRAVELS OF MICHIGAN I (10 cases): Areas Covered: Alpena, Bay Port, Detroit, Fremont, Petoskey, South Lyon, Traverse City, Utica, Petoskey
HAUNTED TRAVELS OF MICHIGAN II (10 cases): - NOTE: Features "THE HOLLY DEMON" produced by SyFy
HAUNTED TRAVELS OF MICHIGAN III (14 cases) - NOTE: Includes special section on MACKINAC ISLAND