Paranormal Researcher Coming to a Connecticut bookstore

John Brightman, founder of New England Paranormal Research, will be appearing at Books & Boos bookstore on Tuesday, April 16 from 6 – 8 PM.

Brightman has been investigating haunted places and unexplained events for nearly a decade. His outstanding research and state-of-the-art precision to gather evidence has lead him to being featured on the Travel Channel and Bio Channel, and international shows in over a dozen countries world-wide.

Additionally, he has taken part in several paranormal documentary productions, as well as his own historically haunted film project.Brightman recently wrote a book, Dark Gift, based on haunted Bridgewater Triangle in Massachusetts. He and his co-author, T.L. Jones, a member of East Texas Paranormal, will discuss the case on which the book is based, and participate in a Q & A session with the audience about their experiences.This event is free to the public.

Books & Boos is open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 AM – 6 PM. The store, located at 514 Westchester Road in Colchester (across from Valero’s gas station) is staying open late for this special event.

Author Speaks to Students

On Nov. 8, Stacey Longo, author and Co-chair of the New England Horror Writers, spoke to a couple of groups of students at the Putnam Middle School. She read her children’s book, Pookie and the Lost and Found Friend, to them.

Author Stacey Longo signing a book for a young fan. Photo by Jason Harris.

Author surrounded by readers. Photo by Jason Harris.

Photo by Jason Harris.

Author Stacey Longo reading her book, Pookie and the Lost and Found Friend. Photo by Jason Harris.

Photo by Jason Harris.

Along with writing stories and books, Longo is the co-owner of a bookstore, Books and Boos, which opens its doors Tuesday, Nov. 20. The store is located at 514 Westchester Road in Colchester, Connecticut.