Another great lead from Paranormal Author Chad Lewis. The “Spook Light of Brewery Hill,” starts in the beautiful river town of Le Sueur, MN. South of town is a large hill where an old Hermit lived alone and brewed beer in a cave on the hill. His ghost is said to be a red light that moves
Down Highway 169 south of the Twin Cities and a little north of Mankato is the Ghost Town of San Francisco, MN. San Francisco was first settled in 1854 and named by the founder, William Foster, after the city in California. It was reportedly the original county seat of
This story was chronicled by Chad Lewis in his book, The Minnesota Road Guide to Haunted Locations. In 1889 a Native American woman was murdered on this section of the train tracks and her body was later discovered by a train conductor. Her ghost is said to haunt this area which is now
The abandoned Barrish Family Farmstead stands abandoned, not far from I35 in the picturesque town of Barnum, MN. Included at the site in the middle of farm fields, are an abandoned house, car, and separate from the house a cellar. Locals have seen shadows move around in the house, although it could
Sightings of Lake monsters were once very common across the Midwest and Lake City, MN is one of the last ones to host recent sightings of something in the waters…. Lake Pepin (a particularly wide area of the Mississippi) can be home to several species of fish including Sturgeon and Alligator
Earlier this month I was lucky to guest lecture for Professor Margaret Holmes at Hibbing Community College. She was kind enough to take me up to the North part of Hibbing where at one point the mining company moved all of the homes and businesses because they found new deposits of iron ore. The original
Based on numerous reports from recorded history from tourists to Native Americans from lighthouse keepers to sailors and lumberjacks, people have seen phantom ships on Lake Superior. This is a work in progress showing one such tall-sailed ship from the 1800’s….
Artwork: Flying Dutchman
Created these 2 sculptures in an unnamed forrest lately…. I’ve read reports from several Big Foot researchers that these “tee pee” like structures have been built by Sasquatch. One group claimed several of them were built and positioned near a hunting stand so they saw it as
Based on an investigation from Chad Lewis’ “Minnesota Road Guide to Mysterious Creatures,” this gravestone, of one Bertha Maynard, is the oldest (and furthest set apart) in Trout Lake Cemetery in Coleraine, MN. Supposedly her ghost haunts the cemetery….
Artwork: In Progress.
Inspired by my first MUFON meeting last month, I was working into UFO’s a bit more for a possible Minnesota connection. This website: theblackvault.com, recently uploaded every declassified Project Blue Book case file. If you’re not “in the know,” Project Blue Book was the U.S. Air Force’s