Things are developing nicely here at the Brom Bones Books website. I’ve got the Ghost Hunter Hall of Fame about how I want it — with portraits of the inductees and links to articles I’ve written about many of them. I’ve added a few inductees, too, and one Honorable Mention!
I’ve transferred the Chronological Bibliography of Early Occult Detectives over from my old site and made some improvements. First, I split the very long list into two lists, one for the 1800s and one for the early 1900s. Second, I’ve tried to make it more phone-friendly in terms of its illustrations of occult detective characters. (The Legacy of Ghost Hunter Fiction bibliography is available, too, but I’m still going to tweak that with portraits of many of the authors whose work is listed there.)
I added a page filled with sample ghost reports, so that people curious about Spectral Edition: Ghost Reports from U.S. Newspapers, 1865-1917 can see what those articles originally looked like. I also offer a gallery of illustrations that — on rare occasion — went with some of those reports.
I don’t have much at the Brom Bones Books Youtube channel yet, but I’m working on adding more videos of me reading those Spectral Edition ghost reports. Here’s an example:
I probably won’t have the official “ribbon-cutting” for this Brom Bones Books site until I’m ready to re-release Help for the Haunted: A Decade of Vera Van Slyke Ghostly Mysteries, but there are still plenty of rooms and corridors for you to explore here. Have fun. Oh — and watch out for ghosts!