The depiction of the paranormal has become prevalent in television and movies in recent years. This intriguing account by ghost hunters Lorri Sankowsky and Keri Young covers everything from high-tech gadgets, to inborn psychic abilities, while instructing readers on how to locate friendly or not so friendly apparitions. This account is equally informative for both the novice and the more experienced paranormal researcher. It offers visitors and residents a chance to see beyond the surface of various haunted locations throughout the area. Numerous sites of criminal activity, suicides, tragic fires and accidents, and disturbed remains abound in Indiana, providing hundreds of opportunities for ghost hunting.
About the Authors
Lorri Sankowsky, along with friend Keri Young, are the codirectors of The Indiana Ghost Trackers, a prominent paranormal investigation group in the Indianapolis area. Together they have explored many famous ghostly locations, such as the French Lick Springs Hotel, the legendary Indiana Motor Speedway, and various haunted cemeteries. Sankowski and Young have also conducted paranormal review meetings for more than seventy members of their group and have been able to organize and guide group ghost tours throughout their area. For these two women, inspiration for this book came after many years of researching and exploring haunted locations throughout their region, witnessing first hand some of the strange and unusual events, previously told to them by the various owners and employees of the sites.
GHOST HUNTER’S GUIDE TO INDIANAPOLIS
By Lorri Sankowsky and Keri Young
HISTORY / United States / State & Local / Midwest
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Supernatural
TRAVEL / United States / Midwest / East North Central
TRAVEL / Special Interest / General
208 pp. 5 x 8
25 photos Appendixes Index
ISBN: 9781589804906 pb