WNJ BRAIN FOOD

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Tomorrow, Saturday, November 3, WNJ’s own Joanne Austin and Ryan Doan will be signing their book Weird Hauntings: True Tales of Ghostly Places, at the Barnes & Noble store in Howell from 2 to 4 PM. The store is located on the northbound side of Route 9.

 

NOW HERE’S A TASTE….READ THIS BOOK…IN THE DARK…I DARE YOU

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Weird Hauntings 
“Did you hear something?” “Is someone there?” “Did you ever get that feeling you were being watched?” Sometimes, fellow readers, there are no answers to these questions. At least no answers that make sense in our real, tangible, predictable world. Because there is another world out there – one that’s full of weird hauntings.And who better to bring otherworldly nightmares to you than Weird NJ’s own Joanne Austin, who has compiled the eeriest, strangest, most hair-raising, and true (as far as we mortals can tell) stories of ghosts that haunt our neighborhoods, battlefields, restaurants, roads, hotels, schools, and.….homes. All the dead are beautifully illustrated and brought back to life by long time Weird NJ artist Ryan Doan (RyanDoan.com).

Whether it’s the specters that traverse Zombie Road, the Nob Hill Ghost, the spirits of weary soldiers at Antietam, or the antics of little Sarah who invisibly moves objects in an Ohio inn, you are about to encounter specters who will startle you, sometimes make you smile, and, more often than not, scare the living daylights out of you.

Weird hauntings are everywhere. And, good people that we are, we even include their addresses.

Sleeping with the lights on tonight? Don’t forget to check under the bed.

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4 thoughts on “WNJ BRAIN FOOD

  1. That sounds pretty cool. I’ve haven’t read many true haunting books, but my brother got me the “Weird Pennsylvania” book from the “weird” series, and it was pretty good.

    I’m going to have to create an icon with a graphic of a pie and the quote “Here’s a pie I made” for you to put on your blog.

    Ha! 😛

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  2. Hey, I’ve got that book! It was really well done–excellent illustrations. I especially like the chapter about McMinamins Edgefield in Oregon (maybe because I’ve been there).

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  3. It is all about the pie. Another secret for you. At Thanksgiving, each of my four family members gets at least one pie each. Sometimes more. Not that we can eat it all in one sitting of course…

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