vampires

Revisiting The Old Hag

Last night I re-edited, re-titled and re-covered my book originally called ‘Riding the Old Hag’. I thought that an excellent title by the way but….. maybe not. So now it has the title – Basic Instinct: Erotic Paranormal Contact – The Old Hag and the Mysterious World of Sleep Paralysis. The content remains the same but this book didn’t seem to get the attention that it deserved. You see, after a life time of paranormal activity and as a result of my clairvoyance and magical training, I slowly came to a startling conclusion. I had long had my suspicions and throughout all of my paranormal books, I will comment on the nature of reality. However, when researching the black-eyed kids and trying to explain whet they were, I started to

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The Train Ride by G. Michael Vasey, Read by Alan Philip Ormond

The story appears in My Haunted Life – The Extreme Edition….. Buy the book available in Kindle, Paperback and Audio book…. likeheartlaughterwowsadangry0

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Radio, Radio!

I have done a couple of interviews in the last couple of weeks – mainly on the Black-eyed kids. The first was with Passion for the Paranormal and you can catch it here if you are interested. This morning – 4am my time, I was live on Beyond Reality Radio for two hours… when they post the podcast, I will provide the link (It’s up and here…). It was a lot of fun and apparently, they want me back! If you want to read about the black-eyed kids – here is my book that is capturing all of the interest right now. meanwhile, my new book – Motel Hell is out later today on Kindle…. grab your copy? likeheartlaughterwowsadangry0

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The Train Ride

Below is a short story from My Haunted Life – Extreme Edition. It is one of two stories that are unique to the paperback that otherwise includes all of the content of My Haunted Life, My Haunted Life Too and My Haunted Life 3. At 200 pages, it is quite a substantial book and would make a great gift for anyone who enjoys tales of the paranormal and supernatural. + + + + + + + + + + + + His head dropped as he once again slipped off in to sleep. Of course, he immediately woke up again, mentally cursing his inability to sleep on a train. He opened his eyes and watched the monotonous eastern European countryside flash by without really registering any of it at all.

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