Do you enjoy a real life ghost story?

In my last Haunting Danielle newsletter I asked subscribers to share any of their real life ghost stories on my blog. I am delighted to report many have shared, and I have been enjoying their stories! 

Readers of Haunting Danielle often tell me one reason they enjoy the series is because they are realistic. To someone who believes ghosts are pure fantasy, that seems a strange thing to say. But for those who have encountered paranormal activity, it all makes sense.

If you enjoy a good real life ghost story (believers or non-believers), you can find the stories here, and I hope you enjoy them as much as I have. 

Thank you to all who contributed a story, and if YOU have your own real life ghost story, feel free to add it in comments on the page!

Book 11 – The Ghost Who Stayed Home

Left alone at Marlow House with Sadie and Max, Walt expects Danielle and Lily to return by the end of the week. When they don’t, he begins to wonder what happened to them.

The ghost of Marlow House doesn’t scare six-year-old Evan MacDonald. When the child sneaks into the house in the middle of the night, seeking Walt’s help, the resident spirit learns something has happened to Danielle and Lily.

Can a ghost confined to Marlow House and a pint-sized medium bring the people they love home?






Book 5 – The Book of Halloween Past

If I haven’t mentioned it before, I suggest reading the Haunting Danielle books in order. It’s easy to figure out the order to read, as each book is numbered. While you can read the books out of order—each is a standalone story—the stories are told in chronological order, and you’ll miss some of the backstory if you jump over previous books.

For those looking for a ghost story that actually takes place during Halloween, I suggest you hurry up and read Books 1 through 4, because Book 5—The Ghost of Halloween Past—is the ghost story you are looking for.

I confess, this one is a bit darker and creeper than the other books in the series. I couldn’t help myself. After all, it is Halloween.

In this book, we meet two new characters who will stick around.

It also has a bit of a twist. As one reviewer wrote:

Whoa, I don’t think I’ve ever stopped in the middle of a story and gone back to reread the first several chapters so many times before.  No, it’s not a convoluted mess of a story. That’s not why I had to go reread earlier passages. I just needed to constantly adjust my perspective. The author did some amazing things here.”