Paranormal Fakelore, Nevermore: Real Histories of Haunted Locations is now available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle versions!
Shannon’s first book, How NOT to be a Ghost Hunter is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle versions
GWINNETT DAILY POST FEATURE ARTICLE
We would like to thank the Gwinnett Daily Post for featuring us in the October 25, 2015 edition of the paper. They got an AWESOME picture of David if I do say so myself.
History in all forms is important, and far too often historical locations, TV, and movies sensationalize or out and out lie about historical people and facts for various reasons. I spend a LOT of time debunking haunted fakelore and you can find that information here Paranormal Genealogist
As of 2019, we are no longer taking on private residential cases, but Education is very important to us. From time to time I write about things that I find interesting and I cover a wide range of topics. We are always open to speaking at historic locations or giving seminars or talks at conventions.
The whole purpose in picking our name was to represent those spirits that are oblivious to time, so in their honor, I like to showcase the media coverage of our spooky friends over the centuries. Be sure to check the archives for Timeless Tuesday articles!
I have a life long love of “mysteries” whether they be ancient or not. I wrote several articles when I was the Ancient Mysteries Department Chair for the National Paranormal Society and I will continue to write about them so stay tuned!! Meanwhile, if you’d like to catch up on my past articles you can find them here
Many years ago, I was lucky enough to get the inside scoop on a project that fascinated me. I’ve recreated (and updated) an article I wrote called Putting a Face on William White for those that might be interested genealogy and forensic anthropology, a different way of hearing from the dead.
You can find information on some of our past investigations, including a converted 1920’s hardware store, the little castle in the woods, and 1836 stagecoach inn, and a former funeral home here.