Ghost Hunting Diary Volume IV

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume IV

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by T. M. Simmons
     
 

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Boo! Turn up the lights and sit down to read more true ghost tales from the extensive collection of diaries T. M. Simmons kept over the years of her paranormal investigative career. Things do seem to go bump in the night when Simmons and her aunt prowl a haunted house or cemeteries during both dark and full moons. It's a scary Halloween all year round for this ghost…  See more details below

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Boo! Turn up the lights and sit down to read more true ghost tales from the extensive collection of diaries T. M. Simmons kept over the years of her paranormal investigative career. Things do seem to go bump in the night when Simmons and her aunt prowl a haunted house or cemeteries during both dark and full moons. It's a scary Halloween all year round for this ghost hunter and her readers.
In "St. James Jeepers Creepers" Simmons takes us to the extremely haunted St. James Hotel in Cimarron, New Mexico, where she and her aunt were given free access for two full nights of haunted chills and fun. "The Making of Barney the Believer" tells how her staid engineer husband grew to believe in the paranormal. Readers who follow Simmons will recall the problematic portal in a friend's house. "That Pesky Portal" is, hopefully, the conclusion of this saga. In the spring of 2012, she and her aunt finally managed to tour the haunted Prospect Place in the tiny village of Trinway, Ohio. "Possibilities of Prospect Place" relates their experiences there. Simmons always includes a scary tale, and "Hot Springs Heart Attack (Almost) won't fail in that regard. One day maybe Simmons will find out what evil entity tried to share her bed, but it's not high on her priority list.
Readers ask questions and the two articles included in this volume of true ghost stories attempts to respond to some of those. "Four Psychic Reception Areas" explains the various areas of that enjoyable but illusive Sixth Sense. "How to Tell if You Have a Haunting, and What to Do" isn't a complete guide to understanding whether or not a ghost is haunting you. The reason for that is because no one understands everything about the paranormal. However, it might give you a start and point you to further assistance.
This volume of diaries is being released at the same point in time as Simmons new paranormal mystery, Dead Man Hand. Both are available for numerous e-reading devices.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015109788
Publisher:
T. M. Simmons
Publication date:
09/02/2012
Series:
Ghost Hunting Diaries , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
454,128
File size:
495 KB

Meet the Author

T. M. Simmons was dragged down the ghost hunting trail many years ago, due to her avid curiosity and an aunt, Belle Brown, who had been dealing with the paranormal for more years than that. Before, and after, becoming a ghost hunter, Simmons wrote. Therefore, it followed she would write down her numerous ventures into the other dimensions, recording both the incidents and the ghosts and spirits she met along the way. From the numerous folders now filled with her diaries, she has started choosing a few to publish as e-books for her readers' enjoyment and as preludes to longer, fiction books she pens.
Simmons sold her first book two years from the time she started writing. After a decade and a dozen books in the romance genre writing historical and paranormal fiction, she veered into penning paranormal mysteries. Her Dead Man series books so far include Dead Man Talking, Dead Man Haunt, and the newly released Dead Man Hand. The first two books were originally released in hardback, but are not e-books. The third is brand new from her keyboard. All her books are available for various e-reading devices.
She also released Winter Prey, a dark paranormal suspense and a book that evolved from some of the scary situations she encountered as a paranormal investigator. Silent Prey is currently working its way to completion.
Simmons is extremely willing to discuss her experiences with anyone she can corner. She has:

A web site at http://www.iseeghosts.com
A blog at http://www.iseedeadfolks.blogspot.com
A Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/tranam.simmons
A short video of Simmons and friends talking to ghosts at http://tiny.cc/ba9ls
Can be reached on Twitter: @TMSimmonsauthor
Email:

For Romance:

A web site at http://www.tranamaesimmons.com
Email:

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Ghost Hunting Diary Volume IV 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
hasenbusch More than 1 year ago
Ghost Hunting Diary Volume IV is more interesting and informative than terror filled as some of her prior ghost hunting books were. Nevertheless I enjoyed the stories and escapades of T.M. and Aunt Belle and recommend it. There was one point where T.M. and Aunt Belle were going to see some ruins but because of an evil entity avoided going in. This book was more of a fun filled ghost excursion although there were some scary moments such as when an evil entity with hooves enters their room late at night when they are sleeping. Some of the places T.M. and Aunt Belle visited in prior volumes were hauntingly evil as they had to use protection packets. Readers will learn about portals, what they do, and how T.M. and Aunt Belle closes them. Some ghosts are like projections on a video that keep repeating over and over like watching a DVD and clicking repeat. Other ghosts are intelligent and can do things, have certain smells, odors, or fragrances and react with humans. There's a lot to learn and Vol IV covers a lot of good information to know. T.M. Simmons first Ghost Hunting Volume 1 Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I got me very interested in her works. I've read all of T.M.'s books thus far except the romance ones. I recommend Vol IV and if you like really scary stuff read her prior volumes 1-3. If you like true ghost stories and you've read all of T.M.'s then try Peter Drake's Tales of Occult Horror: Real-life Encounters with the Supernatural and Edwin Becker's True Haunting.
teehin19903 More than 1 year ago
I always enjoy reading all of her books. Very well written, and also alot of information
Anonymous More than 1 year ago