New book: Growing Up With Ghosts

Another cool ebook for your Kindle ($4.99) — just in time for those cold winter evenings. If you enjoy the work of Sharon Day, I think you’ll enjoy her latest book.

Growing Up With Ghosts
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Sharon Day, author of “Ghost Hunting Theories” blog shares the unsettling accounts of her and her family’s experiences at the 250-year-old house they called home in Northern Virginia. The actively haunted estate had been used as a field hospital during the Civil War and left a lingering residue of haunting activity, apparitions, voices, object movement, and more. To the author, growing up there since she was a baby, the phenomena seemed quite normal and natural. It honed her desire to understand how and why hauntings occur and led her as an adult into the field of paranormal investigation

Zak makes haunting music


Las Vegas producer and TV star Zak Bagans of Travel Channel’s high-rated paranormal series “Ghost Adventures” has joined forces with Lords of Acid’s Praga Khan for one of the most intriguing music releases ever produced, “NecroFusion,” due out Oct. 23 in time for Halloween. Each one of the 11 tracks on “NecroFusion” not only tells the story of a departed soul who, for whatever reason, has not crossed over, but also includes an audio message from the spirit — “electronic voice phenomena,” or EVP.


Zak, whose series “Paparazzi Paranormal” premieres Friday night, told me: “Spirit communication is the most powerful communication I’ve encountered. The most powerful messages are delivered through music, and music truly influences the way you feel; it stimulates the emotional memories of your life. With ‘NecroFusion,’ we’ve blended together these two powerful forms of communication — spirit and music. And the earthbound spirits have a lot to say. The result is abstract, sinister, illuminating and haunting.”

Part of me laughs and part of me groans … P. T. Barnum would be so proud. “This Way to the Egress.

Having said that, I am interested in “Paparazzi Paranormal” if for no other reason than that Joshua P. Warren is connected with it. I have read  several of Warren’s essays on the paranormal and like what I’ve read.

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