Haunted Montana: A Ghosthunter's Guide to Haunted Places You Can Visit
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Haunted Montana: A Ghosthunter's Guide to Haunted Places You Can Visit

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Montana Librarian and certified ghost hunter Karen Stevens is the author of a new book called "Haunted Montana: A Ghost Hunter's Guide to Haunted Places You Can Visit If You Dare". Some of the ghosts covered in this supernatural travel guide are found in houses, some in prominent buildings, and some in lonely landscapes. Many Billings locations are covered. Some hauntings...more
Paperback, 255 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Riverbend Publishing
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Tara Chevrestt
A must read for vacationers in Montana or even natives to the state that would like to know a bit more about their historical buildings and folklore. It covers the Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge (I swear I noticed the foul odors mentioned in this book and that was BEFORE I bought or read the book!), Grant Kohrs Ranch, haunted Butte, Missoula, Billings, and a battlefield or two. Even if you don't believe in ghosts, the history alone is worth it as your drive thru these towns.
Beverly J.
I really just wanted to give this a 3.5, but in all honestly it's well researched. What would have made this a solid 5-star is if she would've included some of the photographs she talks about throughout. Having met the author and then noticing a lot of people I know interviewed throughout the book was the icing on the cake.
Katie Brady
This book was certainly fun, but with all the paranormal travel/state themed books, it would be nice if it had been particularly fascinating, original, or well-written. It was just so-so/average. I would have liked more first-hand accounts and more stories to go along with it. I did enjoy reading it somewhat, though.
Cynthia Berst
Classic style of writing! Love the way she weaves the history of the site and surrounding location to the ghost sightings and interviews with eye-witnesses!
Mpri( Shirley)
Learned of some spots too go on an investigation.
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