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Mysterious Minnesota Author Adrian Lee Featured in Minnesota Monthly

This post was written by Anna
on September 25, 2012 | Comments (1)

Adrian Lee, author of Mysterious Minnesota, is featured in the October 2012 issue of Minnesota Monthly. The article, titled “Minnesota Scary,” details the spookiest haunted sites in the state of Minnesota, which include First Avenue and the Schmidt Brewery, among others.

Minnesota Monthly is the region’s most widely circulated lifestyle magazine, with key topics (mainly with a strong focus on Minnesota) including politics, education, healthcare, entertainment, arts, and dining.

Read the full article here.

Reader Comments

Written By Raeann
on October 12th, 2012 @ 10:06 am

I just wanted to tell Adrian, how much I enjoyed having him at the theatre last night for his book launch.

At the end of his lecture, he talked about places that he wanted to go investigate and I have a suggestion. It’s the Naniboujou Lodge, which is about 20 miles from Grand Marais, MN. He also said that he wanted to get into the Split Rock Lighthouse and the Glenshen Mansion. I have been to all three of these sites and they are AWESOME. I don’t think the Glensheen or the Lighthouse is open to investigations, but the Naniboujou Lodge…..just book in a room and he could spend the whole night there. With these three locations, they are all in line with one another….first the Glensheen, then the Lighthouse and then end, with the Naniboujou, which is actually on the Canadian Border. It would be a fun trip.

Thanks again.

Mounds Theatre

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