Scheduled for mid-December, 2019
After a period of strong skepticism among writers and intellects regarding the reality of ghosts, the Victorian era (1837-1901) brought a renewed interest in seriously exploring locations said to be haunted. The paranormal investigators chronicled their methods and discoveries, and The Victorian Ghost Hunter’s Casebook presents some of the most intriguing, most frightening, and most charming of these records. Ghostlore historian Tim Prasil provides a well-researched Introduction to Victorian thinking about spectral manifestations along with enlightening details on each case.
This book is scheduled to be released in mid-December, 2019. In the meantime, readers are invited to consider Tim’s other non-fiction book about ghosts: Spectral Edition: Ghost Reports from U.S. Newspapers, 1865-1917.