Fifty Shades of Gray Hair

I'm feeling old lately. Seriously. When Bates Motel first came out as a series I watched a few episodes and was hooked. Our 21 year old neighbor was also a fan, and he used to come hang out with us once in a while. He didn't have a relationship with his parents and I suspect … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Gray Hair

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 6)

Did I mention that the real Annabelle was a Raggedy Ann? Pretty sure I did. Not sure why they changed it for the movies. Did they think Raggedy Ann just wasn't scary enough? Did they not want to scar young children? Did the folks who own the rights to Raggedy Ann object to them using … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 6)

Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” part 5

One of the first things I remember hearing from the Warrens when I was a kid was that Ouija boards are very dangerous because they are "blind communication" and open doors to the demonic. Well, if that didn't scare me nothing did. I remember going through the toy department in stores and going to the … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” part 5

Remnants – Now Available!

I'm pretty excited - both the Kindle and the paperback version of Cast Down; Remnants is now available on Amazon! Purchase on Amazon I started reading horror novels when I was a kid. In grade school my friends were all doing book reports on "My Friend, the Fireman" and I was doing them on "The … Continue reading Remnants – Now Available!

Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 4)

I remember the first time I tried an EVP recording. It was in a cemetery, late at night. I did the usual question thing for a while, then just left the recorder on top of a headstone for maybe an hour while I wandered off to take pictures and such. I took the recorder with … Continue reading Ramblings of a Retired “Ghost Hunter” (part 4)