Maryland Ghosts: Paranormal Encounters in the Free State

Maryland Ghosts: Paranormal Encounters in the Free State Join author and storyteller Amelia Cotter as she presents a chilling collection of personal paranormal encounters gathered from across Maryland in some of its most legendary haunted locations, private homes, hidden, and sometimes unexpected placesFrom classic haunted houses to UFO sightings and mysterious creatures, these true stories, powerfully told in the words of those who experienced them, are sure to entertain and engage paranormal enthusiasts in Maryland and beyondAwaiting you in Maryland Ghosts Paranormal Encounters in the Free State An amazing apparition photo caught in the Dr Samuel A Mudd House in Waldorf, featured on My Ghost Story The restless spirits of Hood College s German House in Frederick Incredible investigation findings from Jericho Covered Bridge near Kingsville Visitors from another planet on Lottsford Vista Road in Mitchellville The shadow figures and strange folks that once lurked at Ellicott City s Hell House and much Get ready for a haunted road trip through Maryland The walls of those old buildings as well as the battlefields and other great landmarks can talk and Amelia Cotter is listening Maryland Ghosts Paranormal Encounters in the Free State offers the history, the paranormal details, and the first hand accounts that make us care deeply about these ghostly treasures A great read throughout Jeff Belanger, author of The World s Most Haunted Places, Founder of Ghostvillage, and host ofOdd Minutes


About the Author: Amelia Cotter

Amelia Cotter is an author, poet, and storyteller with a special interest in the supernatural, history, and folklore Her books include This House The True Story of a Girl and a Ghost, Maryland Ghosts Paranormal Encounters in the Free State, and the children s book Breakfast with Bigfoot.Amelia is also an award winning poet whose work explores the themes of alienation, isolation, and anxiety, often incorporating supernatural elements Her poetry and short fiction have appeared in journals like Barren Magazine, Frogpond, Modern Haiku, The Heron s Nest, tinywords, and many others.Amelia has appeared on various radio and television programs, including Travel Channel s Hometown Horror, and in the documentaries Scary Stories and Tinker s Shadow The Hidden History of Tinker Swiss Cottage She also appeared as a regular cast member on the show The R.I.P Files.Amelia lives and writes in Chicago but is originally from Maryland, where she earned a degree in German and History from Hood College She regularly presents at conferences and events, and is a member of the Society of Midland Authors Visit her official website at www.ameliacotter.com or write to her any time at ameliamcotter gmail.com.



10 thoughts on “Maryland Ghosts: Paranormal Encounters in the Free State

  1. says:

    I have read these types of books before and this was one of the best The last one I read I found out from the owner of a haunted place that the guy was clearly making stuff up Amelia doesn t do that She is a real ghost hunter The experiences are something


  2. says:

    A spine tingling collection of ghost stories from Maryland Maryland is rich in history and lore as author Amelia Cotter illustrates in her book The stories included are based on first hand accounts collected by the author from her family and friends which provides


  3. says:

    Not the most hard hitting or formal of accounts, but that s fine with me I love hearing folks tell stories about things that have happened to them, stories passed down in their family, etc, and that s how this reads A collection of lesser known Maryland ghost stories from


  4. says:

    Picked back up after having set aside can t remember why and finished this book Entertaining and interesting short stories encounters are a wonderful read for those interested in the paranormal Have met Amelia in person signed my book and she is delightful.


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