Ghosts for Christmas Presents. A shamelessly commercial plug for my books.
Introducing The Victorian Book of the Dead A shamelessly commercial post today: Kestrel Publications is draping itself in black in celebration–The Victorian Book of the Dead has arrived!
Sinister entities abound in The Ghost Wore Black: Ghastly Tales from the Past. This post introduces some of the main themes and surprises of the new, national book by Chris Woodyard.
In a book that was over a century in the making, Haunted Ohio author Chris Woodyard, has unearthed another treasure-trove of Victorian and Edwardian ghosts, hauntings, and Fortean mysteries. Here’s what you can expect to find in The Headless Horror: Strange and Ghostly Ohio Tales….
The Woman in Black: Death Stalks Plum Street For several decades between 1870 and 1910, ghostly female figures in mourning clothes and veils caused panic wherever they appeared. This is the story of the 1895 Woman in Black panic of Massillon, Ohio
But I didn’t come here to tell you a story.
I came here to warn you. Today, Death walks among us, disguised.
Announcing the Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales Kestrel Publications is terrified to announce publication of The Face in the Window: Haunting Ohio Tales, a new collection from Ohio ghostwriter Chris Woodyard.
I’m delighted to welcome you to the Killer Budgie blog. Some of you may know me as a writer of books on Ohio ghosts. Other friends know of my interest in history. Or perhaps you have overheard at the lunch counter my cheerful conversations with friends about the best ways to administer poison undetected or Murderesses I Admire.