Haunted Bellaire House (Part 1)

The Bellaire House is innocently nestled into the hills alongside the Ohio River across the water from Wheeling, West Virginia. A beautiful early 20th Century colonial home, it’s outside appearance is pleasant and inviting for a happy family. However, it’s owner, … Continue reading

Randolph County Infirmary Paranormal Investigation With Society Of The Supernatural

Society of the Supernatural recently conducted a paranormal investigation tour, hitting four locations in four days in the Midwest, primarily Indiana. The tour began with a kickoff interview on Norene Balovich’s ParanormalZoneTV on Friday, March 11, followed by a public … Continue reading

A Haunting Investigation of University of Oklahoma’s Ellison Hall

In the spirit of the season I am republishing a number of my paranormal articles from my old column. Enjoy!  Originally published April 21, 2011 While ghost stories circulate around the University of Oklahoma’s campus, it is rather uncommon for … Continue reading

Oklahoma’s History Loaded With Ghostly Tales

In the spirit of the season I am republishing a number of my paranormal articles from my old column. Enjoy!  Originally published February 17, 2011 Most people enjoy a good ghost story. Whether it be a creepy tale told around … Continue reading

Introducing the Ghostorian Case Files!

Back in October I introduced a new series of books that I’ve started writing: The Ghostorian Case Files. This is a series that I’m really excited about and really enjoyed putting together the first one, The Inscription of Evil Times. This … Continue reading

Belated Stone Lion Review Not Too Late

I’m flying, therefore I write. It, at least, seems like a good time to write to me with the low hum of the plane’s engines serving for white noise while cruising through the air. Oh, it’s a little bouncy. After … Continue reading

Writer/Researcher For Hire

Perhaps I’m too prideful. There are things that I did at such a young age that it seems like I should be on cruise control at this point, but I’m not. Straight out of high school I entered the military, … Continue reading

New Kindle Book, New Investigation

I said that I would do it and indeed I did. No, I don’t mean I channeled my inner Henry Higgins. I finally released Deadly Heirs, my first mystery novel, on Kindle last week. This is a revised Second Edition … Continue reading

Wrapping Up a Busy Month

I think I can finally breathe. It seems I’ve been full steam ahead since about mid-August, but no time was more busy than the month of October. Part of that even rolled into November as Society of the Haunted and … Continue reading

East Coast Swing: Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum and Inspired Ghost Tracking

I’ve been back a couple weeks now, running about like a chicken with its head cut off. October is just that kind of month when you’re both a paranormal investigator and an author of a couple of ghost books with … Continue reading