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Giveaway: Vacationing With Ghosts

As most of you know, I am a big fan of Sharon Day; I absolutely love her. Her new book Vacationing With Ghosts is available on Amazon.  I am having a drawing for one (1) copy of her kindle ebook Vacationing With Ghosts.

Starting NOW and ending Saturday night midnight ET (7/26/14) . I’ll put the names in a hat and draw the winner. Sunday morning after breakfast The prize will be through Amazon as a gift from me.

Email (anamchara@gmail.com), private message, or post some contact information in the comments to be entered in the drawing.

Bigfoot News July 12, 2014

Barry Huddleston:

Amazing collection of alleged Bigfoot shootings in History.

Originally posted on Beyond Highbrow - Robert Lindsay:

List of Bigfoot shootings in chronological order. This post is going to be exclusively about the topic of reported incidents of humans shooting and/or killing Bigfoots from 1829 to the present day. I have a lot of other Bigfoot stuff to write about in my notes, but I am a bit overwhelmed by the many notes that I have. Please bear with me.

This is a post I have been working on for some time. I finally lost interest in it, and it does need a bit of updating with the Sierra Kills and the Shooting Bigfoot Rick Dyer incident. Both of these may be included in the list for this reason: the list is merely of purported or reported shootings or killings of Bigfoots by humans, and Justin and Rick definitely reported shooting Bigfoots and frankly presented us with more evidence than most of the other folks below have.

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New book: Vacationing With Ghosts

A new title has hit Amazon Vacationing With Ghosts by Sharon Day. As most of you know, I absolutely love her and her work. In this book, Day gives us  “an account of [her] childhood summer home and the haunted local area, told from the point of view of the author as a psychic child in the 1960s and 1970s. This nostalgic look at Mobjack Bay and the quiet inlet where the family’s summer home was located is both a beautiful accounting of a magical time and place, and also an insightful view into how a psychically sensitive child deals with an ever-changing landscape of spectral comings and goings. From stories of pirate ghosts and blue orbs of floating lights in the graveyard to the lonely female ghost screaming on The Bay, Sharon Day transports the reader with her to dark and misty inlets, unsolved mysteries, quirks of nature and other realms using the very insights she utilizes today on her popular blog site, Ghost Hunting Theories.” (http://www.ghosthuntingtheories.com/)


Sharon Day
Biography
Growing up in a haunted manor home in Virginia that was used as a field hospital by both the North and South during the Civil War, I never stopped asking questions about the paranormal and seeking answers. My book based on this upbringing, “Growing Up With Ghosts” was a Crow Awards 2013 nonfiction winner.

Now, I run a top paranormal blog, “Ghost Hunting Theories,” and have authored numerous books from horror fiction to social commentary/urban fantasy to nonfiction paranormal to dark erotica as the penname Anna Melissa. I am published in paperback and Kindle format on Amazon including “Abandoned Places: Abandoned Memories (Desert Edition),” “Zombie Housewives of the Apocalypse,” “Zombie Housewives of the 1960s,” “Paranormal Geeks,” and “Growing Up With Ghosts.”

Just a little read on my blog at Ghost Hunting Theories and you will find an example of what I’m like. I don’t hold anything back. You can find everything from humor to serious theories in the field of paranormal to tips on how to photograph abandoned sites.

You can often hear me on the radio show Paranormal Geeks Radio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paranormalgeeksradio on Tuesday nights at 9 pm EST.

My upcoming books include:

“Zombie Housewives of the 1970s,” “The Hunt: Ghosts” (romantic horror), “Pagan Bloodlust,” and “MetaNet” (Scifi/horror)