(Clerisy Press, 2008), the latest book by Skirmisher Publishing LLC publisher Michael J. Varhola, has just been released nationwide, and the author and publisher are participating in all sorts of organizational events in support of it. For a constantly updated list of such events, to include book signings, podcasts, and radio shows, go to http://www.booktour.com/author/michael_j_varhola. For personal updates to the book, check out Varhola's TravelBlogue at http://varhola.blogspot.com.
Virginia and the District of Columbia are fertile ground for serious and casual ghosthunters alike and have no shortage of venues for paranormal investigation -- if visitors know where to look. Varhola has spared no efforts to make Ghosthunting Virginia
as useful a resource as possible for those interested in visiting haunted sites as he leads readers on a guided tour of the most haunted sites in the Old Dominion and the nation's capital. A great many of these sites have some connection to the Colonial era or to the Civil War, two defining elements in the history of the region. Battlefields, cemeteries, tunnels, caves, bridges, haunted highways, inns and taverns, lighthouses, theatres, haunted cities like historic Winchester, Colonial Williamsburg, and Washington, D.C, and all manner of other eerie locales can be found in this novel and informative travel guide! It’s also perfect late-night reading for anyone who loves a good ghost story. Ghosthunting Virginia
is available from a variety of sources, including Barnes & Noble, Borders, and Amazon.com. Signed and personalized copies of the book are available directly through Skirmisher's online store (http://skirmisher.cerizmo.com/items/2098-ghosthunting-virginia-signed-by-the-author).