Interview with Sylvia Shults, Author of Hunting Demons


Sylvia Shults is the author of several previous books, including Fractured Spirits and Ghosts of the Illinois River. She describes herself as an open-minded skeptic. She has been a paranormal investigator for several years. She goes into dark and spooky places, she says, so you don’t have to! She lives in Illinois. Hunting Demons: A […]

The Last Laugh by Raymond Moody on Kindle


In the early 2000s, I stumbled on a book that radically changed the way I thought about ghost stories and the paranormal. That book was The Last Laugh by Raymond Moody, Jr. Today, it is only available in digital format on Amazon Kindle. After all these years, I still recommend it to my readers interested […]

Book Page Updated


Dear readers, it came to my attention recently that our book page had not been updated in a long time (since we converted to the new website), and some of the links no longer worked. Never fear, not only did I fix the broken links, but I also updated the page to reflect some of […]

Interview with Tim Prasil, Author of Help for the Haunted


Tim Prasil — it rhymes with “fossil” — teaches English at Oklahoma State University. He has written articles printed in many academic journals and co-edited Visions and Divisions: American Immigration Literature, 1870-1930, published by Rutgers University Press. He also writes stage and audio drama, does a bit of acting on the community theater stage, and […]

Interview with Maria Sigle, Author of Marley Parker

Maria Sigle, Author of Marley Parker

Maria Sigle resides in her hometown of Springfield, Illinois. She earned a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois Springfield, where she started her Masters Degree in Human Services but had to put that on hold when she had her second child. Before becoming a writer, Sigle had a successful career in television […]


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