Whether or not you believe in ghosts is up to you. I didn't until my mother, who is the most level-headed person I know, told me about her encounter with a woman who manifested in her bedroom late one night. Since then, I've been open to the possibility that people see "something" that may or may not be out of the ordinary. I captured a ghost on film. Antebellum Annie was seen in an upper window at the old courthouse in the Lebanon community. When I started asking around, people began to share their stories with me. The result was my first book. The stories have been compared to those penned by the late great Kathryn Tucker Windham.
The stories are popular. Last week I sold out of all I had on hand at Colorfest. If I had had 50 copies with me, I probably could have sold every one of them. I've lost count of the number of times I've had to order additional copies. As long as they're selling, I'm happy. Folks have asked me if I plan to write another volume. I don't know; maybe. Perhaps I should. I don't put much stock in all the paranormal stuff, but it is fun to tell, or hear, a good ghost story - especially this time of year. Happy Halloween!