New Page Books, September 15, 2011
Paperback, 256 pages
Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble
A familiar scenario for ghost stories is a group of people surrounding a campfire. The sun bows down to the moon to create the atmosphere for all that is scary. Jim Harold took stories of ghosts, monsters, and death and turned them in to a nice collection for an outdoor night of spooky fun.
Jim Harold is behind three of the top paranormal podcasts entitled The Paranormal Podcast, Jim Harold’s Campfire and The Paranormal Report. Many listeners graced his shows with their personal accounts. Jim Harold’s Campfire was turned in to Jim Harold’s Campfire: True Ghost Stories.
Writers have a way of embellishing the paranormal to truly paint a portrait of fear. Sometimes when nothing stands between real people and the ghosts they encountered a reader can feel what they felt. See what they saw. Harold stripped away everything and gave us the paranormal reality.
Jim Harold’s Campfire: True Ghost Stories is a nice read for those who enjoy a good ghost story or in need of a kindred spirit. Chances are you might find your own ghostly experience through the words of another person’s tale.
To learn more about Jim Harold and his podcasts, check out his website at www.jimharold.com.