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Real Haunted Houses: Woodruff Fontaine House

The Woodruff-Fontaine House is a historical building located at 680 Adams Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee. Currently a museum where you can even go on ghost tours, and a wedding venue, it was once a family home. The History The house was constructed on behalf of Amos Woodruff, the owner of a successful carriage business. Construction began in 1870 and was […]

Real Haunted Houses: House of the Seven Gables

Who hasn’t heard of the House of Seven Gables? Made famous by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, “The House of Seven Gables” published in 1851, the house in question actually dates back to 1668. The house itself is a colonial mansion located in Salem, Massachusetts, and most prominent are of course, its gables. The History The earliest part of the house dates […]

Real Haunted Houses: Whaley House

Built in 1857 in Greek Revival style, the Whaley House – once a residential property, now a museum – is located in Old Town, San Diego, California. The Whaley Family The house’s original owers were Thomas Whaley and his family. Thomas Whaley was born on October 5, 1823. During the California gold rush, he traveled from New York to San […]

Real Haunted Houses: Sturdivant Hall

Sturdivant Hall is a historic Greek revival mansion, now turned into a museum. It’s located in Selma, Alabama and was completed in 1856. History The house was first inhabited by Colonel Edward T. Watts, who lived in it until 1864 when he and his family moved to Texas. The house was purchased by John McGee Parkman, a local banker, who […]

Real Haunted Houses: Ann Starrett Mansion

The Ann Starrett Mansion is a gorgeous Queen Anne house that breathes charm and history. Built in 1899, it was supposed to be the loving home of George and Ann Starrett. The house was truly unique in architecture and design, with a breath-taking free-standing staircase, and a solar solarium that is downright incredible. With 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and numerous […]

Real Haunted Houses: Villisca Axe Murder House

The Villisca Axe Murder House is famous, not just for its reputation of being haunted, but also because – as suggested by its name – it’s the scene of a horrific crime that happened in 1912. The Murders On the evening of June 9, 1912 and the early morning of June 10, 1912, an unknown assailant entered the Moore residence […]

Cover Reveal Time: Ghost Slayer

Beat the drums! Today is June 1 which means that… I can finally reveal the cover for Ghost Slayer. Without further ado… Do you love it? I ABSOLUTELY ADORE IT! Please leave your comment below, I want to hear if you like it too. And here’s the book blurb: Twenty-one-year-old Kaelyn has spent half her life hunting ghosts and killing […]