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In 2007, Mrs. Eloise Cunningham, fifteen year-old, Eric Ramsey’s best friend and “Third Grandmother” as he called her, died of Leukemia. While helping his mother and Mrs. Cunningham’s son, Evan, close the house, Eric discovered Mrs. Cunningham was still there. No one could see her but Eric and didn’t believe him when he told them she was there.
In 2008, due to other people reporting they’d seen her looking out the window and also walking in the garden, the Whispering Pines Daily Times talked Evan into letting them partner with local businesses and anyone who would spend Halloween Night, all night, in the house, would receive one thousand dollars. However, no one has ever spent the entire night.
Now, in 2012, Eric is a sophomore in college and he and four freshmen decide to take the challenge. Eric rushes up to the house to ask Mrs. Cunningham what is going on and discovers she is looking forward to the night and is concerned Eric will spoil her fun.
Ms. Annabelle Florence is a medium, who has never seen a ghost before but has talked the local TV Station, WPTV Channel 43, into letting her have a segment on the Ten o’clock News called Investigating the Paranormal with Ms. Annabelle Florence.
Join Eric and Ms. Florence as they find out why, The Dead Can’t Rest.
Happy 27th Anniversary
Kris & Brad
October 14, 2021
Kristopher Brown and Bradley Peterson experience the not-so easy life of a young gay couple living in the Pacific Northwest.
Have you ever seen a horse in a library?
I WAS THERE...(Silent Night) TRIBUTE TO Sept 11 2001
In honor of Labor Day in the US, I’m offering “A New Job” free through Tuesday, September 7, 2021. This offer is only available at Smashwords.
A New Job
The company that Robin Abernathy is working for packs up and moves to Detroit. Robin doesn’t want to go because his family lives in Glacier Valley. Will he find a new job and the love that he’s been looking for in Glacier Valley? Or will he go to Detroit with the old company and hope to find love there?