Experience the ‘Haunted Lighthouses of Michigan’ at the RAHS October Meeting

The Rochester-Avon Historical Society’s October 2014 member meeting will be held Thursday, October 2 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Rochester Hills Public Library, 500 Olde Town in Rochester. The program will feature award-winning author Bruce Jenvey presenting Haunted Lighthouses of Michigan. Bruce was raised in rural Michigan and has had a lifelong interest in history, popular culture, and the paranormal.

Award-winning author Bruce Jenvey will be discussing his latest work, “Haunted Lighthouses of Michigan.”

Award-winning author Bruce Jenvey will be discussing his latest work, “Haunted Lighthouses of Michigan.”

After earning a B.A. in Psychology from Michigan State University, Bruce moved to the Detroit area and began a career in advertising. For twenty years he worked in agency creative departments working on national accounts for Pontiac, Cadillac, Budweiser, and more. Later, Bruce founded “Great Lakes Cruiser Magazine” and traveled the region with his wife, Christine, for the next ten years recording local history and writing stories about the places to visit along the shores of America’s inland seas.

Along the way, Bruce had unique access to untold incidents and documentation of the unexplained. He collected and chronicled these experiences in every place he found them, from the shores of Lake Michigan to Upstate New York leading him to the conclusion that “all we see may not be all there is to know.”

Bruce has written several books, including Angela’s Coven, the Cabbottown Witches saga, and Heroes and the Haunts of the Great Lakes.

This program is free and open to the public, no registration required. Students are welcome.

The Rochester-Avon Historical Society (RAHS) was founded in 1969 to help preserve, collect and interpret the history of the greater Rochester area for present and future generations. For more information, including a list of upcoming events, visit online at www.rochesteravonhistoricalsociety.org/

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