A True Childhood Haunting

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by Diana Gomez

It took me years to decide exactly how I was going to design my non-fiction horror book. Because I have so many ghost encounters to discuss, in different scenarios and with different spectators (Yes, I do have witnesses!), I decided to break it up into short stories. I want my audience to be able to embrace each individual account to the fullest and at the end bring it all together.

I’ll tell you this much, everything I am putting down on paper is real and is my personal account of ghost encounters. I have noticed with many authors of ghost stories that they tend to come to their own conclusions of what ghosts are, what they want, when they come out and what they can do. I have heard so many true ghost stories, along with my own, that I guarantee you that we don’t know one bit of what these entities are all about or what they are after. The stories are just too diversified. How can we possibly really know? Your ghost may differ from my ghost. I will not truly understand anything until I become a ghost myself, and only “if” that really happens to any of us. Some people say ghosts can harm you, others say they can’t… this is why it’s called a phenomenon, right? We just don’t know. I respect others’ opinions but I was left too perplexed with my personal encounters that I can tell you I have no real answers, only speculations.

I am not here to make you believe ghosts are real. I am just here to share my dark side with you. You can create your own conclusions of what ghosts really are but also feel free to contact me with questions. I am always happy to discuss my ghostly experiences!

Once you read the first story I know you’ll want more and this is why it was best for me to break it down into the short story format. For now, hold on tight because story #1 still has me shaking!

Stay tuned for upcoming stories.

You can purchase the book online from Smashwords in multiple eBook formats at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/104152.

eBook formatting by Shelley Glasow Schadowsky.

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