Spooky side of Grand River explored Sept. 6

All are invited to the Loutit District Library in Grand Haven from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6, in Program Room A to join author and researcher of the unusual, Amberrose Hammond, for a strange trip down the Grand River.
Anonymous
Aug 30, 2012

Her program, titled "Weird Grand River," will be a discussion about odd, spooky and interesting stories she's found about Michigan's longest river and the cities that it travels through as it makes its way toward Lake Michigan.

Hammond has been actively researching ghost stories, folklore and legends in Michigan since 2000. She is an avid Michigan and local history enthusiast, and created a website that showcases the strange and mysterious world of Michigan called "Michigan's Otherside." In 2009, she wrote her first book, "Ghosts & Legends of Michigan's West Coast." Her second book, "Wicked Ottawa County, Michigan," came out in fall 2011.

 

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She is an avid Michigan and local history enthusiast, and created a website that showcases the strange and mysterious world of Michigan called "Michigan's Otherside.

http://www.dougleschan.com/

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