Scoobyfan

I’ve been interested in the paranormal for as long as I can remember. One of the first books I read by myself was about a ghost who was haunting three young boys in order to convince them to find his bones and give him a proper burial. My all time favorite show is Scooby Doo, and we all know that series is based on the original ghost hunting team. Now, as an adult, my hobbies include collecting books of local ghost stories, from any of the places I visit; visiting supposedly haunted sites; and watching documentaries on the paranormal. I’m a believer and always have been, but can be overly rational and need thorough convincing before accepting an occurrence as truly paranormal.

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  1. I bumped into your post while looking up for Spring Hill on Google. Very much amused by the legend and have ‘lifted’ the entire content (barring credits) from there to my blog (Have cited the original sources sincerely 🙂 ). My second book is coming out in December, so, I am posting about one haunted legend a day on my blog as I count down to the release of my book (titled THAT FREQUENT VISITOR).
    Scooby Doo is my favorite too, and so are Tim Burton’s movies.

    http://www.caperbooks.com/2014/10/the-visitors-most-haunted-places-on.html

    Err… forgot to introduce myself. The Name’s Hari, bestselling paranormal fiction author from India. Would love to connect with you over facebook or whatever…

    Hoping to hear back from you

    Regards

    The Visitor

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