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Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III
     

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III

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by T. M. Simmons
 

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Turn out the lights, stoke up the fire, and enjoy another set of true spooky tales from the cache of T. M. Simmons' ghost hunting diaries. "Curious Capers of the Calvert Ghosts, Parts One and Two,: are tales of true supernatural encounters in a haunted bed and breakfast in Calvert, Texas. "Great-Grandpa and the Horseless Carriage" tells of a meeting with one of

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Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Martha-A-Cheves More than 1 year ago
Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish ***Billy and Lucy York had been to Goshen Cemetery once previously with two other ghost hunters. From what they told me, I wanted to visit this historic graveyard myself. I wasn’t deterred by the rumors and tales abounding about Goshen, nor by the fact invitations to a few other paranormal investigator friends to join us were turned down flat. Word about evil entities and how dangerous Goshen could be had spread through the paranormal community for years. Perhaps I should have been more forearmed, but hindsight is perfect vision.*** Reading this Author’s diaries has been quite fascinating to me and as soon as I finish one, I can’t wait to read the next. Her experience in the Goshen Cemetery would have scared the heck out of me but what happened as they were leaving would have probably given me a heart attack. As her diary went on through other outings, I was drawn to wishful thinking when she told about her short chat with a Dr. Griffith who was examining her ‘horseless carriage’ one night while she was visiting a friend. That’s one event I think I would have enjoyed after my heart rate slowed down just a bit. The Ghost Hunting Diaries all take you into what most of us can call the unknown. For T. M. Simmons, it has become the purpose of her life to deal with those who haven’t passed over yet and to encourage them to make the decision to leave their ‘unlife’ for a peaceful one on the other side. But all isn’t fun and games when it comes to ghosts. Some are humorous and enjoy playing jokes while others are quite evil and enjoy wreaking havoc on those around them. And some are simply demonic and quite dangerous. This is the third Ghost Hunting Diary that I’ve had the pleasure of reading and as I said, I can’t wait to dig into Volume IV. If you like a good ghost/sprit story, you won’t want to miss T. M. Simmons’ own personal accounts of being a paranormal investigator. They have sparked my interest.
hasenbusch More than 1 year ago
T.M. Simmons has written numerous ghost stories! I was hooked when I read Vol 1. These are true stories and T.M. usually brings along her Aunt Belle and other investigators. If you're like me and like watching Ghosthunters on SyFi you're really going to like T.M.'s stories! If you haven't had the good fortune of reading any of T.M.'s books give her a try. I like her writing a lot and learn from something new from each of her books. All of the stories are excellent but the one that I'll never forget is the growling mean evil entity in a barn. This deviltry was killing horses, cats, and all kinds of animals. A huge mass of a form was slouching against the door jamb. T.M. wanted to have the owner's granddaughter gone so the evil entity wouldn't enter this little girl. The is one creepy terrifying story! You've got to have guts and courage to face these things and protective packets, a turtle shell with sage, a bible, blessed holy water, faith, and matches that work and don't get blown out[:) The picture of the tree on the front cover might be the tree by the barn where the evil entity was. This tree is where a man was tied to on a horse with a noose, the horse ran off, and man was hanged.