Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III

by T. M. Simmons

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Overview

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 the prominent members of Texas history, close to his beautiful historic home, Griffith Homeplace. It also occurs many years after great-grandpa's death. "Attack of the Evil Pickup" is the true story of the first time Simmons ventured into the infamous Goshen Cemetery in East Texas. "Sad Little Skateboard Ghost" is a residual haunting tale (at least, Simmons hopes it is). "How I Met My Haunted House" is the story of how Simmons began to realize her home was, indeed, haunted by several paranormal boarders. "Carl's County Farm" relates the story of how Simmons and fellow paranormal investigator, Angela Rogers, banished a demon that was torturing and killing animals on a friend's farm. Simmons has added a chapter of her dark paranormal suspense, Winter Prey to close this volume. Perhaps you will be able to keep the lights off and go to sleep after reading these tales. Perhaps not.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781503309623
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/19/2014
Series: Ghost Hunting Diaries , #3
Pages: 182
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

T. M. Simmons shares a haunted house on the edge of the East Texas Piney Woods with her husband and a variety of pets and paranormal residents. She delights in scaring herself silly during otherworldly encounters and visits haunted buildings and graveyards during both dark and full moons. She and her Aunt Belle have so far managed to stay out of jail as they prowl through their adventures, although those Texas Rangers didn't think them funny.

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