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Haunted Bachelor's Grove and other locations, 20 Sept


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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:42 AM

Haunted Historic Locations - tours and experiences with the Worth, IL Historical Museum (right outside of Chicago) and Edward Shanahan on this date will take you to Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, called the most historic haunted locations in the Chicagoland area and it will be one of the locations you will be exploring, along with an area at the location that has a history few know about, yet what little remains is a reminder of what went on.

We will also take you to other locations that have a haunted historic background and are hardly visited or known by others. A location that was struck by a tornado and death, and the spirit of a little girl is seen today running across the parking lot. You will also visit and walk to the location many visit to pray for miracles and you will learn what many have experienced there. The Senator's home that has a connection to Bachelor's Grove Cemetery and possibly the Madonna of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, will be open to us to visit.

For more details, visit the Haunted Historic Locations web site at:
http://hauntedhistoriclocations.com/
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