Ghost Hunting Diary Volume II [NOOK Book]

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Herein lie the second set of selections from over twenty years of diaries kept by T. M. Simmons as she chased down ghosts, spirits and other entities. Some are intriguing adventures, including both fun and scary ingredients. The latter includes paranormal entities definitely not Casper-variety beings. This selection of true stories preludes Dead Man Haunt, the next paranormal mystery.

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Overview

Herein lie the second set of selections from over twenty years of diaries kept by T. M. Simmons as she chased down ghosts, spirits and other entities. Some are intriguing adventures, including both fun and scary ingredients. The latter includes paranormal entities definitely not Casper-variety beings. This selection of true stories preludes Dead Man Haunt, the next paranormal mystery.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011505928
  • Publisher: TM Simmons
  • Publication date: 9/2/2011
  • Series: Ghost Hunting Volumes , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 241,600
  • File size: 213 KB

Meet the Author

For over twenty years, I have been chasing, and finding, ghosts and other paranormal entities. For even longer, I have been publishing fiction and non-fiction. I delight in scaring myself silly, as well as anyone else I can corner with my verbal or written tales.
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  • Posted March 28, 2013

    Ghost Hunting Diary Vol II ¿ Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author

    Ghost Hunting Diary Vol II – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish



    I don’t much care for my days and nights getting mixed up, but since I won’t take sleeping pills unless I’m desperate, I hadn’t taken any this night. Being ghost-sensitive, though, I had realized that the ghosts were fairly active. I’d heard –and felt – someone several times since I’d settled in the room, and been aware of various noises in the rest of the house that couldn’t be explained away as a roaming cat. I’d also encountered the ghost in the bathroom a couple times: that drop in temperature and the skin-crawl sensation of the energy surrounding a paranormal entity. Normally, I don’t bother turning on the light during my nightly bathroom excursions, but due to that fairly strong presence this night, I did. And I’m not too happy with being watched during what should be a private time, but I don’t have much choice around here. I won’t call them pervert ghosts, but the bathroom ones are male.



    This is Author T. M. Simmons talking about her own home, which is haunted, especially her spare bedroom which she calls the Molly-Belle Suite and which accommodates her when she can’t sleep and doesn’t want to wake her husband. She normally gets along with her resident ghosts but that’s only due to her ‘laying down the house laws’ to them. But now and then they will ‘test’ her to see what they can get away with.


    In Ghost Hunting Diary Vol. II, T. M. Simmons records some of her experiences in both the cemetery as well as a few haunted buildings. Some of these experiences would scare the pants off people like myself yet all are quite interesting and there are even a few that are quite funny. By funny I’m talking about her records of the Naked Ghost which she found in the Baker Hotel. And her description was so that I don’t think I would mind meeting this ‘Adonis’ghost. But the evil ones she encounters within the Goshen Cemetery I think I’ll pass on.



    If you enjoy a good ghost story, you’ll enjoy this series of books – Ghost Hunting Diaries. If you’re a believer, you’ll love these stories. If you’re a non-believer, they just might change your opinion regarding ghosts, ghost hunters and the paranormal world. They have made a believer out of me!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2012

    Stupid

    It's one of the most boring paranormal books ever

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  • Posted September 21, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    REAL GHOST AND PARANORMAL STORIES

    I like these stories a heck of lot! I've learned quite a bit about how some ghosts are nice and are guided to the other side and other ghosts are not so nice and some are downright evil and want to do harm. I was terrified when reading that one evil ghost was choking out T.M.'s cousin. He couldn't breathe and was vomitting and had red marks on his neck. Only when she stood up to the evil did it move off slightly. On other ghost hunting she will get a protective package to place over one's heart. The package is blessed and contains special herbs, oils, etc. and even a white turtle shell and incense. She had everyone where their's but didn't wear hers and was attacked at once. She finally placed in on her heart and the evil spirit moved away. You couldn't drag me to one of those graveyards especially at night. It was mentioned no one stays past 11 or 12 at night because that's when the spirits are the strongest. Also, before leaving the graveyard more protective devices and sayings are used to keep any of the spirits from following them home. If you haven't read T.M. books you're in for a real treat. If you like these kinds of stories I recommend Peter Drake's Tales of Ghostly Horror and Tales of Occult Horror. And True Haunting by Edwin Becker a true story about a haunted house in Chicago that Ed and Marsha lived in for one year 1971-1972.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2012

    Nice

    Cool:)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2012

    Its good!!!

    Very interesting. Leaves you begging for more

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    Posted August 5, 2013

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