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Haunted Heartland

October 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

 

Michael Norman, emeritus professor of journalism at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls, has spent decades uncovering chilling tales from across the Midwest, including Goodhue, MN. Do you know about the ghost of Goodhue? In 1922, Tunis Parkin was the first – but surely not the last – to encounter the ghost in Goodhue Township. Michael will explore this spine-tingling tale, read from his second edition of Haunted Heartland, discuss the interest people have in ghost stories, and reflect on his research. At the conclusion of this book talk, Michael will be available to sign copies of all three of his most recent books. 

Be sure to arrive to the library early to grab your seat and a delicious, seasonal treat provided by Wisteria Twig

 

Michael Norman is a writer and emeritus professor of journalism at UW – River Falls. He is the author most recently of the book Haunted Heartland, (2nd edition, UW Press); The Nearly Departed: Minnesota Ghost Stories and Legends (MHS Press); and Haunted Wisconsin, (3rd edition, UW Press). You can learn more about Michael Norman by visiting his website

 

 

This FREE program will take place at the Red Wing Public Library. Michael’s book talk is in conjunction with the most recent township exhibit on Goodhue, stop by the History Center to enjoy this exhibit now on view. 

Details

Date:
October 24
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Organizer

Lindsey Rindo
Phone:
651-388-6024
Email:
education@goodhistory.org

Venue

Red Wing Public Library
225 East Avenue
Red Wing, MN 55066 United States
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Phone:
6513853673
Website:
https://redwing.lib.mn.us/