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KMVT Reporter's Work Featured In Ghost Anthology
Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) With Halloween just a handful of days away, it's the perfect time to talk about ghost stories.
Authors of "Hauntings of the Snake River Plain" came together for a book signing this weekend at Barnes and Noble.
All together there are 27 Idaho authors who participated in this ghost story anthology, including our own Jay Michaels.
Some of the stories are fictional, some are true and some started to be real, but then turned into fiction.
Michaels' story is titled Aunt Eddie and it came following an assignment he was on for KMVT.
"I had an encounter with a real life ghost hunter, it's all completely true, some of the names have been omitted to protect the scary if you will. But it was a fun chance to do something completely different and yeah, it's very short. That's the good news," adds Michaels.
You can find the book at Barnes and Noble, Hastings and on Amazon.com.