Cover Art – Deconstructing Tracy

The Deconstructing of Tracy has begun. I found the perfect piece of artwork for the cover in a folder of my own childhood artwork. Yeah, I drew that. The sad part is that if I drew it today it'd look pretty much the same. I am woefully untalented. The book is a darkly humorous look … Continue reading Cover Art – Deconstructing Tracy

Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 7)

Have I mentioned that my recently departed friend, Mary was fully equipped with a Bum Magnet?  Yeah, she was.  I've never seen one that was stronger than hers.  She could attract a bum from incredible distances. One bum in particular I remember was named Dennis.  She met him online somewhere, because that always works out … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 7)

Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 3)

So, where was I? Okay, right "Nightmare in Bridgeport" on that show A Haunting. That whole thing all started with a phone call from the leader of one para-abnormal team to another. This guy who actually had his own little ghost busting group realizes that his own childhood home, where his widowed mother still lives … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 3)

Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 2)

So, back to the case where I got the picture of the face in the window.... We were a group (ship of fools, car of idiots) and we were led (and misled) by this older man named Richard. Richard was a Liabetic. Richard had Liabetes and it was not a treatable case. During the same … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 2)

The Place of Shadows

The Place of Shadows is a terrifying non-fiction novel written by Mary J. Quirion. I know that the story is bizarre, but I also know that it's true. I know because I was there. Demons exist. Screwing around with the paranormal destroyed her life, took everything from her and I firmly believe that her involvement … Continue reading The Place of Shadows