Hey, all you ghost fans and paranormal enthusiasts! To catch you up since I posted last… Invitation to Darkness has been very well received and is getting some great reviews. If you haven’t picked up a copy, go for it! If you’re not afraid of it keeping you up all night…

     In the meantime, Sullivan Paranormal has been keeping busy. It’s been a little rough with the pandemic, but we have gotten out and about off, and on. Masked and socially distanced, of course.  We were finally able to present our findings from an investigation we did last January at an undisclosed location. They were remarkable and the owner has asked us to return this month to really focus on activity in a particular area. We’ve clearly picked up the voice of a little girl on the last two investigations there, increasingly interactive the second time, and hope to find out more information from her on our third visit. 

     Our team also returned to the Rivoli Theatre in South Fallsburg, New York, for a second investigation. It definitely did not disappoint. As soon as we are able to reveal our findings to the staff, I will be posting some of the EVP’s on Sullivan Paranormal’s Facebook page. Pop on over and give a listen. We will be at the Rivoli again soon for a mini investigation to corroborate some of the activity in the basement on our last visit. I’ll be able to talk more about what we found after those dates.

     Aside from ghost hunting and research, I’m working on the fourth book in my From the Darkness series. I won’t say much yet, but a new character has surfaced… and things will be getting very dark, very quickly. I hadn’t anticipated this at all when I was writing the first three, but am loving the direction this book is taking. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it, too.

     A few of you have suggested that you’d like to see more discussion here about paranormal topics and I’d love to get that going soon. Perhaps I can kick off 2021 with a monthly (weekly?) blog on all things paranormal. I’m still tossing around the idea of publishing the journal of my personal experiences with things unseen, and may include highlights from the cases I’ve worked on over the years, as well. Let me know if that sounds like a plan. I’m sure I can fit a few more “to do” things into my days. A few more cups of coffee, a little less sleep. It all works, right? 🙂

     With the holidays are fast approaching, I wish each of you all the blessings of the season. Stay safe, stay healthy and stay spooky.

Barb Shadow




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