Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I

By T.M. Simmons

  • Release Date : 2011-05-30
  • Genre : Spirituality
  • FIle Size : 0.29 MB
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Description

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I This collection of ghost hunting diaries is a selection from those T. M. Simmons kept during her twenty years of adventures in the paranormal world. As a writer, she felt compelled to keep records of the encounters, and up until now, she has only shared these with a few friends and relatives. Encouraged by their interest, and the awe and sometimes apprehension on their faces, she is editing some of the dozens upon dozens of diaries in her files. Volume I contains Down the Ghost Trail, which chronicles the start of T. M. Simmons’ ghost hunting career at the haunted Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana. Crossing Over explains how she learned to help lost souls cross into The Light. In Midnight Ferry, a late-night phone call sends her into a confrontation with a nasty ghost-witch who meant horrific harm. The other three stories are ones she chose as some of her favorites. She has also included a few definitions of her beliefs and the rules by which anyone whom she allows into her ghost hunting life must abide. These stories are true, and will be offered as preludes to each book of the upcoming fictional Dead Man mystery series. Dead Man Talking, which should be available as an ebook within a few days of this first volume, will be a fun, scary romp in the paranormal world. Part of the first chapter is included at the end.

Note from T. M.:
Now Available in E-books:

Winter Prey
Ghost Hunting Diary Volume II
Ghost Hunting Diary Volume III
Grave Yarns, a Collection of Short Stories
Dead Man Talking
Dead Man Haunt

Lots of romances written as Trana Mae Simmons. Enjoy!!

Reviews

  • Love it

    5
    By hotnumbum30
    Wow loved this book going to download some more.
  • Don't bother reading.

    1
    By Tigersarah1003
    I downloaded this book as I was quite interested but I don't believe a word of it. Should be in the fiction section. If someone had seen all whats written then I'm sure there would be no more debate on whether ghosts exist. Would have been a good fiction read but sorry I just don't buy into what they say they saw.

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