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Name: Lisa ClinePen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: 1967 in Harrisburg, Illinois
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Illinois ConnectionLisa Cline lives in Carbondale, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationLisa Cline is a paranormal investigator and professional flower arranger and the owner of a home based business where she plans weddings, parties and all kinds of celebrations. Her style is traditional as opposed to modernist. Lisa uses silk flowers and garden flowers wherever possible to achieve stunning effects. In addition to floral arrangement, Lisa has many years experience in creating unique made from scratch wedding and specialty cakes. In 2007 the LITTLE EGYPT GHOST SOCIETY was formed by Lisa and her husband Bruce Cline. Since that time, Bruce and Lisa have traveled extensively throughout the Midwest in search of the history, mystery and hauntings of interesting people, places and things. The LITTLE EGYPT GHOST SOCIETY has been featured in the Southern Illinoisian, Harrisburg Daily Register, Disclosure and the Daily Egyptian newspapers. They have also been featured on WOOZ, WDBX, WRUL and WROY radio as well as WSIL and WSIU TV.
- History, Mystery and Hauntings of Southern Illinois (With Bruce Cline), Black Oak Media, 2011
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History, Mystery, and Hauntings of Southern Illinois
ISBN: 0979040116 Black Oak Media, Inc.. 2011 At long last, the archives of the Little Egypt Ghost Society and the Gaslight Ghoul Club have been opened. Within these pages, uncover the secrets behind some of southern Illinois' most famous ghost stories and legends. Bruce and Lisa Cline expose the truth behind the Murphysboro Mud Monster, present evidence of paranormal activity at places such as the Rose Hotel, Oakland Cemetery, and Harrisburg's Cinema 4, and explain the history behind some of southern Illinois' most controversial and eccentric figures. From the Old Slavehouse, to the Rose Hotel, to the Woodlawn Sarcophagus and beyond, join the Little Egypt Ghost Society as they explore some of Illinois oldest and most interesting places!