Author Tim Scullion with going behind the paranormal television shows

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Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia: with Breakthrough Ghost Photography

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Tim Scullion is a published author, musician, and photographer with a Bachelor’s and Master’s in education from the College of William and Mary. The University of Virginia first published Tim’s photos and an essay in its worldwide-distributed publication Troubled Times Companion. This highly skilled guitarist has published a popular series of guitar instruction books called Shred Tech. with significant sales in the U.S., Great Britain, and Europe. Tim has also penned a very different Christmas novel called Nick, and he has written and illustrated a children’s book called the Kids Forever Club. Stay tuned for a new series of books on paranormal photography in 2016 by Schiffer Publishing!

Join ghost photographer and researcher Tim Scullion on a two-year tour of Colonial Williamsburg, America's haunted historic city of ghosts. Visit 43 creepy locations where Scullion describes his paranormal odyssey to capture and explain each apparition, a bit of historical and paranormal background of the building it appears in or over, and insights about these ghostly beings that he has learned from careful observation. With more eighteenth-century buildings and homes than any other place in America, Scullion has learned the secret to consistently capturing ghostly apparitions of all kinds on camera. Examine 230 paranormal images that are beautiful, ugly (if not horrifying!), bizarre, and defy explanation. He also provides historic accounts, ghost sightings, and narrative, insights, and introspection for each location. Colonial Williamsburg is a hotspot for ghosts!

Tim will talk about going behind the paranormal television shows--photographing the places that have been on TV and getting the evidence that they did not.