Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I (Ghost Hunting Diaries Book 1)

Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I (Ghost Hunting Diaries Book 1)
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Scared of the dark? T. M. Simmons doesn't find ghosts only at night. She and her Aunt Belle prowl haunted places and graveyards in dark and full moon, as well as daylight hours. Time after time, they interact with another dimension, where lost souls linger and search for peace.
Ghost Hunting Diary, Volume I, is a collection of some of the adventures T. M. Simmons has had during her twenty-five-years-plus in the paranormal world. Up until now, she has only shared the diaries with a few friends and relatives. Encouraged by their interest, and the awe and sometimes apprehension on their faces, she is rewriting some of the dozens upon dozens of diaries in her files to share with her readers. Volume I contains Down the Ghost Trail, which chronicles the beginning of 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, as well as the rules by which anyone she allows to share her adventures must abide. These stories are true, and Volumes II through V are also now available, with Volume VI on the agenda.

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