Individual Author Record
Name: Tracey Helen BraggPen Name: Tracey Todd Bragg Genre: History Audience: Adult; Born: 1965 in Harrisburg, IL
-- Tracey Helen Bragg on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=tracey+helen+bragg
Illinois ConnectionI was raised in Rosiclare, IL, and lived in Hardin County my entire life. I attended Southeastern Illinois College. I work at Harrisburg Medical Center in Harrisburg, IL and currently reside in Rosiclare.
Biographical and Professional InformationTracey Todd Bragg is a Registered Nurse who has lived her whole life in the history-rich county of Hardin. She is a Nationally Certified Case Manager and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Service Administration from Franklin University.Tracey has aspired to be a writer from a young age and previously has contributed to a renowned case management trade publication as well as ''More History, Mystery and Hauntings of Southern Illinois''. Her passion for local history and lore naturally led to an interest in paranormal research and she joined the team at Little Egypt Ghost Society in 2011. An amateur photographer since the age of 10, Tracey has combined her talent and research to produce beautiful, albeit slightly macabre, cemetery photographs. Tracey also works for the local rock band Ten Story.
- Even More History, Mystery and Hauntings of Southern Illinois, Black Oak Media, 2013 - written with Bruce L. Cline
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Even More History, Mystery, and Hauntings of Southern Illinois: The 618 Files
ISBN: 1618760203 Black Oak Media, Inc.. 2013 Southern Illinois can be a strange and fascinating place. Just ask Bruce Cline and the Little Egypt Ghost Society. They have been exploring the mysteries of "Area 618" for more than six years. In the third book of their "History, Mystery, and Hauntings" trilogy, they bring you some of the most interesting stories yet uncovered. Does a monster glide through the waters of Stump Pond? Does a ghost named Henry haunt Shryock Auditorium? Where are the Herrin Massacre victims buried? Don't be left in the dark. From ghosts in the attic, to the legend of Pott's Inn, to the home of outlaws and bootleggers and beyond, join the Little Egypt Ghost Society as they explore some of Illinois' oldest and most interesting places!