It has been a busy yet productive fall, winter, and spring, and new BELL WITCH-related lectures, books, and other items are on this year’s horizon! More on that in the coming weeks. This is, of course, in addition to several other projects I am currently working on.
I will also be talking more about the Bell Witch development I posted recently, regarding an old, 1856 reprinted account of the BELL WITCH that recently surfaced, and its impact on a theory recently popularized by the skeptical community.
Meanwhile, I am leaving you with photos from two BELL WITCH lectures and storytelling sessions I did last fall–one in Sparta, Tennessee, and another at the McCracken County Public Library in Paducah, Kentucky. Enjoy.
At the McCracken County Public Library in Paducah, Kentucky, promoting and discussing the legend of the “Bell Witch” and signing copies of “Ghostly Cries From Dixie” and “The Bell Witch: The Full Account.” It was a fun night, and I really enjoyed hearing everyone’s stories and experiences. I also had a lot fun touring the city the next day.
@ Paducah, Kentucky
Lecture and Signing @ Sparta, TN / October 2016. Actually TWO–a day matinee-type lecture and signing, followed by one in the evening. There is nothing better than the small, intimate setting that a coffee house/bookstore provides. A couple months later, I taught a paranormal investigation class and led an all-night ghost investigation at the same location.