Virginia’s Haunted Historic Triangle By Pamela K. Kinney
By Jackie Tomlin, Richmond Psychic & Paranormal Examiner
Local author Pamela K. Kinney, has a new book release, Virginia’s Haunted Historical Triangle
Williamsburg, Yorktown, Jamestown & Other Haunted Locations by Schiffer Publishing. Dedicated to
Hans Holzer and L.B. Taylor, you will find the author’s excitement in her personalized introduction, as
she takes you to visit each haunted location.
Unlike most ghost books, this one offers full color photography of the haunted locations. You will also
find some fantastic quotes throughout the book from William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe and
Albert Einstein, just to name a few.
In Williamsburg Virginia you will find out about their haunted hotels, roads and taverns. As you read
you will also learn about the Indian College at William & Mary that originally opened in 1721, as well as
the Colonial Williamsburg Tavern Ghost Walk.
You will read about Jamestown, the Plantations in Charles City, Gloucester, and Hampton. You will
learn about an experience at The Peyton Randolph House in Williamsburg with a voice recorder that
cuts off. Also “something” that appears in the road on Crawford Road in York County as well as a
washing machine lid that is found open on several occasions at a house called Verandah. You will
hear about the legend of Dolly Mammy in Poguoson, and the ghost of “Lizzy” at Edgewood Plantation
in Charles City, just to name a few.
As an added bonus you will find a section on The Powhatan and Pocahontas, The Cohoke Light at
West Point, and UFO sightings in the area. You will also find that Virginia has the oldest records of
Bigfoot sightings in the United States dating back to the pre 1880’s.
This is a must read for paranormal enthusiasts, those interested in folklore, and historians.
From Jackie Tomlin, “This is my favorite book by Pam.” “ A lot of hard work went into this book and it
shows.” “She does a great job in including the locations websites, providing the history and/or folklore
of the location as well as listing the local tourists attractions in the area.” “You can also appreciate her
honesty in reporting any experience she may have had, or reporting if she had no experience at all.”
Other titles by Pamela K. Kinney include, Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths and True Tales and
Haunted Richmond, Virginia. For a complete listing and more information on Pamela Kinney please
visit her website at http://fantasticdreams.50megs.com/. Please contact Pam directly for book signings
and upcoming events. You will also find that Pam is a current member of the local Meetup group
Central Virginia Psychic Development & Paranormal Research. www.meetup.com/paranormalcvapi.
To purchase this book visit http://www.schifferbooks.com/newschiffer/search_results.php