I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg: A Journalist's Journey Into the Paranormal by Don Allison
Paranormal events are real, and many of us have experienced them. Based on his own experiences, award-winning journalist Don Allison looks at different types of paranormal events and the science behind them.
My mind was spinning at this point. Here I was – someone who grew up not believing in ghosts, a veteran journalist used to questioning everything – apparently having a conversation with a captain who fought at Gettysburg more than 150 years ago.
Was it really possible? Was this some gigantic, wildly ingenious incredible hoax, or was this conversation somehow real?
And what was it that brought me – a once dyed-in-the-wool paranormal doubter – to this haunted bridge in search of ghosts?
- Don Allison
Author, I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg
A great read. Very entertaining ... I think you've created an "Everyman's" explanation of paranormal experiences. Most people ignore or rationalize away true paranormal events. Your book covers the many types of paranormal events AS paranormal events, and explains how you came (reluctantly, in some cases) to those conclusions.
- Mark Nesbitt
Paranormal investigator and author of the "Ghosts of Gettysburg" series
I Met More Ghosts at Gettysburg: A Journalist's Paranormal Journey Continues by Don Allison
The Saga Continues
“A great read, very entertaining … I think you’ve created an ‘Everyman’s’ explanation of paranormal occurrences.” Mark Nesbitt, “Ghosts of Gettysburg” author and paranormal investigator, after reading Don Allison’s initial foray into the paranormal field, “I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg: A Journalist’s Journey Into the Paranormal.”
In this follow-up work Allison delves even more deeply into the unexplained. With his keen eye as an award-winning journalist and veteran daily newspaper editor he shares his very personal paranormal encounters and explores scientific thoughts and theories as to what is behind it all.
133 Pages Illustrated ISBN 978-9659201-7-9
“In great deeds, something abides. On great fields, something stays. Forms change and pass; bodies disappear; but spirits linger, to consecrate ground for the vision-place of souls ...”
Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain
Located in Bryan, Ohio, Faded Banner Publications was founded in 1996. Our main thrust involves books based on journals and letters written by common soldiers in uncommon situations. We look let the Civil War soldiers tell their stories in their own words - and enhance these first-person accounts with maps, illustrations, period photographs, and expert narration based on solid research.
I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg and its sequel I Met More Ghosts at Gettysburg represents a new venture, exploring the paranormal and the science behind it, with a connection to Gettysburg and its ghostly reputation.
Faded Banner Publications also offers prints of Civil War period artwork, as well as a special line of greeting cards featuring Civil War photos and prints from our own collection. From serious to humorous, birthday to anniversary to Christmas, our cards are extremely popular with both senders and receivers.