Kentucky has more miles of running water than any of the lower forty-eight contiguous states. With all of that water, there is a lot of fog that is created to seriously limit the visibility, but to strongly affect the imagination. With clearing skies, light winds, and moist ground, strange sights are often seen and regularly reported. These stories have been told time after time in Eastern Kentucky, so I have wrapped them into a single book for my readers to enjoy. The stories are riding on a fictional vehicle called PESO, which stands for Phenomenological Event Study Offices. This fictional organization has the assignment of studying ghosts and capturing their images on special infrared cameras. PESO’s final report goes to a fictional governor for the State of Kentucky who wants to manipulate those unsuspecting spirits by building new state parks around their haunting sights. That’s where the trouble begins.
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Published June 25, 2012
Literature & Fiction.