Monthly Archives: January 2015

Haunted Forest Possible Host To Missing Persons: Woman Claiming to be a Zombie Calls the van Hollinsworth Forest Home

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
Mason Barry Monday 10 June 2013 A thrill comes with going deep into the dark woods where ghosts and goblins are up to no good. Or in this case, the zombies in the woods are up to no good. Supernatural rumors have circulated about Ms. van Hollinsworth’s…

South Africa’s Haunted Forest: Chilling Firsthand Account

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
Mason Barry Saturday 1 June 2013 Aokigahara Forest Enamored with haunted places? The most haunted forest in the world was the Aokigahara Forest in Japan, said to be the site of hundreds of suicides. But I say the most haunted spot to visit is Llandudno, South Africa.…

Mob Burns Sangoma And His Hut: Locals Fear Shanty Inhabitants’ Hysteria Might Spread

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
Mason Barry Sunday 19 May 2013 An arson attack and execution yesterday in a township outside Cape Town has the locals wondering if hysteria will spread. The burning of a sangoma follows the latest report of a missing youth. So far, the child’s remains have not been…

What’s life like in a house full of beloved beagles? The “Beagle Bard” tells all!

Originally posted on Pets & Nature Book Blog:
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Bob Ford’s fifth volume in the Beagle Tales series, Beagle Tales 5. About the Book: This fifth installment of Ford’s short stories mixes a love for the hunt and a thorough appreciation of the beagle as a cherished pet.…

Increase in Unsolved Missing Cases Highlight Police Shortcoming

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
Mason Barry Friday 17 May 2013 A mother of a missing youth claims when she reported her daughter missing, the police did not even take down the child’s name. “The increase in the unsolved missing cases highlights police shortcomings,” said Inspector Tseme Dusu of the Unit, a…

Keith Rommel’s “The Cursed Man” named a finalist in the Mystery category Reader’s Choice Red Carpet Award for BTSeMag, LLC

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, PA — Sunbury Press author Keith Rommel has been named a finalist by BTSeMag, LLC for it’s Reader’s Choice Red Carpet Awards in the Mystery category. Click on the star for a list of all finalists: The awards will honor the best in literary and genre fiction. BTS has…

Missing Children May Be Muti Victims: Child’s Skull and Bones Found Outside Cape Town

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
Mason Barry Wednesday 15 May 2013 The skull and rib bones from a small child have been found outside a shanty near Cape Town. Forensic tests on the bones have concluded the body underwent severe trauma. Police have called the findings inconclusive, but the initial report on…