Lake Fossil Press
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a collection of ghost stories by Horror Author, Nickolaus A. Pacione. Three works of fiction, and one true story.
This is a chapbook featuring four ghost stories I've written inside of 2004 and 2005. The stories in this set include three works of fiction and one work of nonfiction. It might be 104 pages but tin those short 104 pages I will capture the readers imagination with the following stories. The second story in the set was perviously unavailable in a collection, and it was a novette in its own chapbook. Each story is in there for a reason and I designed every aspect of the book myself, from front and back cover to the spine of the book, it was all my design work. Accidental Ghosts was first literary fiction story I wrote, and wanted to give it a supernatnatural tinge to it much as what I did when I wrote Halloween on Camera -- both stories were more literary fiction than horror, but had elements of horror in them. The horror story in the set is In The Reflection of A Lens. This set of stories revolve around one theme -- ghosts.
Much as Algernon Blackwood wrote of ghosts, I had a fascination with ghost stories and these fictional stories will have the tinges of the real story behind them. For instance Halloween On Camera was written in a fictional form but the story inspiring the fictional one is real. Each story in the fictional accounts have some truth behind them, if you read about them in the haunted directories (Cuba Road in South Barrington, Illinois, and Maryknoll College in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.) So this one is available on CafePress on two locations -- pending where you get it. I am hoping to make this a large print edition on lulu.com. This one is a lot different than what the reader sees in Collectives In A Forsaken Landscape.
Halloween on Camera
In The Reflction of a Lense
Observations of An Abandoned Seminary