Ghost Hunting Diary Volume IV

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume IV

by T. M. Simmons

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Overview

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 cemetery 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.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781503275584
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2014
Series: Ghost Hunting Diaries , #4
Pages: 198
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.42(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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