After we die our spirits cross over to the "other side." We can debate what happens after someone crosses over, but one thing is undeniable: sometimes a spirit doesn't quite make it.
Author Anson V. Gogh and her daughter call such spirits waywards, and they have spent much of the last decade helping spirits cross over, even in public places such as Wal-Mart! Filled with humor and personality, Wayward Spirits & Earthbound Souls shares Gogh's amazing experiences with down-home spirits of the deep south of Kentucky. You'll read about the young woman who didn't want to leave her wild nightlife, the powerful ghost who wanted to destroy her daughter-in-law, and the spirits of Confederate soldiers awaiting orders. Discover how the author helped an 1896 murder victim find justice and how she helped an escaped slave reunite with his family.
More than just astounding stories, you'll discover how, by staying strong, being tough, and keeping your sense of humor, you can help lost spirits make their ultimate crossing.
Is that clown doll looking at you funny? It may very well be. Haunted objects are the subject of my new book, Haunted Stuff: Demonic Dolls, Screaming Skulls, and Other Creepy Collectibles, and I'd think twice before picking up that doll house at the next yard sale, bub. Here are ten of my favorite haunted items from the book.
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