Jamie Davis and Sam Queen Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums oh my!

This week Marie and Eric welcome Author Jamie Davis and Co-Author Sam Queen to discuss some of our favorite places we'd love to visit and investigate. Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanitoriums.  

We'll be talking about their book and discussing some of the more famous haunted locations like Alcatraz, Moundsville, Mandsfield Reformatory, Waverly Hills and more.  It's sure to be a hair raising adventure as we get set to explore these buildings that were host to tragedy and negative history.

"Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanitoriums"  Explore frightening ghost stories and true paranormal encounters at ten well-known, haunted institutions across the United States.  This unique collection of investigations is filled with terrifying photos, spooky highlights from on-site tours, and historical information about each location. 

Jamie Davis is a writer, traveler, and investigator of lost things. She lives in Savannah, Georgia.

 Sam Queen is a lifelong traveler and paranormal enthusiast. He had watched paranormal shows on television for years, but always wanted to know if what they presented as evidence was real. When Jamie presented him with the opportunity to go on a public ghost hunt, he jumped at the chance. They both became hooked after their initial ghost hunting experience. Sam received the validation that he was looking for from this (and subsequent investigations), that ghosts are real. Sam spends his free time jogging and hiking in the great outdoors.

Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums explores the country’s scariest institutions, including the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, West Virginia Penitentiary, and St. Albans Sanatorium. Discover creepy conversations between the authors and restless spirits, interviews with facility staff and knowledgeable ghost hunters, and helpful tips gathered from each investigation. You’ll also enjoy an introduction to basic ghost hunting equipment and detailed information about organizing your own visits to these haunted establishments. 
To learn more about Jamie visit her website 


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