Mark your calendar's for April 27th, 2013 for the Amelia Island Book Festival. Jamie Roush Pearce of Historic Haunts Investigations and author of Historic Haunts Florida will be selling her book at this year's event. She will also be featuring her brand new book Historic Haunts of the South which will be released earlier that month. For more information check our their link http://ameliaislandbookfestival.com/
Hey everyone! Come out to Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum in St. Augustine Florida tomorrow night, December 22nd from 6pm until. Jamie Roush Pearce will be doing a book signing for her book Historic Haunts Florida. Only $13 for a signed copy and it will make a fantastic last minute Christmas gift.
We hope to see you there.
Less than a week before Christmas so Historic Haunts Investigations is taking a mini vacation till after Christmas. Although, Jamie Roush Pearce does have a book signing at the Ripley's Museum in St. Augustine this Saturday, December 22nd from 6pm until. There will even be a mini Santa at the event. Bring the kids, buy a copy of Historic Haunts Florida, and ride the Ghost Train. It will be a fantastic fun filled night!
Investigations aren't always glamorous or eventful. As you can see here, Jamie Roush Pearce Founder of Historic Haunts Investigations and author of Historic Haunts Florida, looks very tired in this shot. After a long investigation with little activity and can drain one. Luckily not too long after this photo was taken, the activity seemed to be stirred up and we had a 45 minute Q&A with the flashlight.
Historic Haunts Investigations had a great investigation at the Penny Farthing Inn in St. Augustine, FL. Had a great experience at a lovely historic inn. Looking forward to working on the story on the inn for Historic Haunts Southern Inns.
Get your copy of Historic Haunts Florida for your friends for Christmas. It is a great guide to haunted locations across Florida. Jamie Roush Pearce who has studied Parapsychology under Loy Auerbach and has worked numerous times with TAPS, Chip Coffey, and John Zaffis know how to do her research and tell a hauntingly good story. Order your signed copy before Christmas and brighten someone's day.
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The ghost investigators that left this morning had some interesting things to say about the house. Jamie Pearce is the investigator and author who writes about haunted places; she contacted us and asked if she could come and she came at her own expense from Florida. She was really down to earth and a genuinely nice person. They said that they had the longest conversation they've ever had with a ghost here...lasted 40 minutes and the ghost would respond yes or no by turning on the flashlight. Parker was a little scared so we were downstairs asleep. She said that the ghost she talked to was a woman from the mid-1800's who lost a child in the house. They asked her if she knew who the ghost on the 3rd floor is that people in the past have called "the General" and she answered yes, but that was all they could get from her on that. They also said they were walking by the pool and got a reading and stopped walking and heard footsteps just behind them that kept on for a step or two after they stopped. They were really excited about all their findings and she plans to include it in her next book on haunted inns. They said that the ghost they talked to (the woman ghost) said (via yes and no with the flashlight) that she really likes us and likes what we've done to the house. She wasn't trying to scare any workers when we were doing the renovations, she was just interested in what they were doing. They said she was a really nice ghost. As I've said before, I haven't really experienced anything in the house other than good, positive feelings and vibes...once I felt like someone was watching us when I was reading a book to Parker, but then that might not have been anything. But lots of the workers and the overnight security guard for the commercial filming all say they've experienced things. John has heard footsteps when he was the only one here. It was pretty fun. Parker is now asking for equipment like the ghost hunters had for Christmas...
Nicole, Thank you for hosting us over the weekend. I look forward to writing Historic Haunts Southern Inns and including the experiences we had while there. The spirits are very happy with the renovation you, John, and Parker have done. Historic Haunts Investigations is honored to be the first to investigate your inn.
Heading to St. Augustine for another investigation. The Peace and Plenty Inn has one very happy haunt and we hope to meet her tonight. The inn will be featured in Historic Haunts Southern Inns which will be the third book in the Historic Haunts series by Jamie Roush Pearce.
Historic Haunts Investigations conducts investigations for free for business and residences. The location does not have to be historic, just allegedly haunted. Please email them with any questions you may have or a location you think would be great for an upcoming book.
The St. Francis Inn investigation was amazing. Great activity and I look forward to writing about it in Historic Haunts Southern Inns.
We followed it up with a research trip to Charlotte for another project. What a great paranormal weekend.
Another big investigation this coming Thursday. More details to come.