I am reading The Haunted House Diaries: The True Story of a Quiet Connecticut Town in the Center of a Paranormal Mystery by William J. Hall and published by New Page Books. I enjoyed reading Hall’s The World’s Most Haunted House (link) last year and I expect this book to be as good.
Following his first bestseller about a famous haunted house, the magician andunexplained phenomena expert, William J. Hall, has come up with a second spine-tingler, The Haunted House Diaries : The True Story of a Quiet Connecticut Town in the Center of a Paranormal Mystery.
Based on a five-decade series of personal journals and on extensive research,interviews and photos in and around the town of Litchfield Hills, the author once again tantalizes his ghost- and spirit-loving fans with true-life tales of frightening happenings and creepy creatures. Color photos and nightmarish first-hand accounts make this a book you won’t want to read after dark, by yourself.
Nestled deep in Litchfield Hills, Connecticut, a 1790 farmhouse sits near the epicenter of a paranormal commotion. The family that resides there regularly encounters its own ancestors and strangers–human and non-human–who seemingly occupy the same physical space in our world while remaining in their own, parallel worlds. When famous ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren investigated, they dubbed it “Ghost Central.”
Here’s your chance to unlock and experience the private diary of farmhouse resident Donna Fillie. This amazing record spans five decades and recounts a parade of uncanny occurrences, including:
- Notes from old friends who insist they didn’t deliver them
- A grandson playing with an invisible–but very real–friend
- Donna awakening to phenomena at precisely 12:42 a.m., an eerie correspondence to her house number, 1242This compelling work includes many other unexplainable details of a wide variety of phenomena that frequently occur in this otherwise normal area of Connecticut, which may also be the site of a secret military base.
After reading The Haunted House Diaries, you will undoubtedly wonder: Are our assumptions about the paranormal all wrong?