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In my last blog, I made a comment about all the houses I’ve lived in were haunted in one way or another – which brought up this week’s questions.

How haunted were they?  and the ever-popular – Where do you come up with this stuff?

It’s a good time to point out that in the 1970’s – the only handy reference I had to ghosts and paranormal information was from the church and the movies. We didn’t have access to reality television with its plethora of ghost hunting shows. There was no such thing as a friendly ghost – and I’m not counting Casper, the cartoon. It wouldn’t have been a subject that I would have looked up in the library because I was scared to death of them.

Understandably, my memory, perspective, and point of reference from that time period might be a bit skewed.

But there is one house my family lived…

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Published by Yvonne Heidt

Yvonne Heidt writes Paranormal, Gothic, and Modern Romance novels. She would love to tell you she lives in a haunted Victorian mansion overlooking the ocean where she spends the afternoons writing in the turret while the ocean breeze blows gently through the picture window. But... Instead, she lives with her beloved wife of 17 years, four dogs, and a myriad of visiting ghosts in a place she calls Vonnie Land. Yvonne likes to describe herself as being a charismatic and amusing Libra Goddess. On some days she writes like a fiend, but admits that other days, she's just as content to wrap up in a blanket and cuddle with her dogs while watching "one more episode." on Netflix. Three-time Golden Crown Literary Award winner for Best Paranormal Lambda Literary Award Finalist, Rinbow Award winner and finalist.

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