Ghost Frontier

The last time I thought of ghosts and other spectral matters, the ground was frozen and the air frigid. Many things have thawed in the summer heat,  including my once-upon-a-time persona as a “paranormal investigator.” I’m putting on that hat again — at least, for a few minutes – or, more appropriately, I’m pulling on […]

Bathrooms Where I Have Cried

I recently found some personal journals. They took me back to places I needed to go; to places that weren’t completely comfortable to visit but enlightening nonetheless. Two years ago, I left my twelve year, international marriage to a United Nations diplomat from Afghanistan. (I say international because we lived in various countries and dealt […]

Plumbers and Ghosts Do A Girl Good

A paranormal reality TV show changed my life. This is a bold statement coming from a girl who never watches TV, who gets her news from NPR, and who, at the time, was living in the Middle East as an ambassador’s wife. Life transformation occurs in magical, unexpected ways. Mine happened at the intersection of […]

Historical Sites Supporting Paranormal Investigation: Korner’s Folly

Korner’s Folly is proud to support the NC local paranormal community, and this June 4th gathering is a celebration of paranormal research and history.