Book Blurb Friday #4: Paranormal Passages
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Blood Cemetery; Aquia Church; Tower of London; Chillingham Castle. All are known for unexplained auditory emanations, ghostly sightings, hauntings. . .But none compare to the Hôtel Fantôme d’Avignon, site of the unsolved axe murders of six tourists in 1963. For years, hotel employees and guests claimed to see bloodied apparitions walking the narrow halls. Sightings began to include violent physical manifestations, and the hotel closed its doors in 1987.Dr. U.B. Grimm and Dr. Ima Reaper, paranormal researchers with the Gravestone Institute for Paranormal Studies spent decades documenting paranormal activity around the globe. In a courageous effort to unravel the mystery of the Hôtel Fantôm, Drs. Grimm and Reaper resided alone in the hotel for two weeks. The terrifying events they detail will horrify you. Prepare to start looking over your shoulder. Long after you turn the last page, you will be haunted by these bone-chilling Paranormal Passages. (150 words)
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