Touring Chatatnooga with Amy of Chattanooga Ghost Tours
There is no better way to spend a lovely autumn day than on a haunted tour. Yesterday was a beautiful autumn day. The leaves were still dressed in their fall colors. Deep reds and burnt umbers painted the hills. The sun was blanketed in thick clouds which made the temperature perfect. And I had Amy Petulla of Chattanooga Ghost Tours giving me a personal tour of Chattanooga's most interesting haunts for our new book, Haunted Chattanooga. Having Amy as the coauthor of my next book is such a relief, not only does she know everything about the ghosts of the area, but she is also an accomplished writer. It almost feels like this next book will be cheating and I couldn't be happier to be the author with the cheat sheet. The last book was exhausting. Here is a link to her website if you ever find yourself in Chattanooga http://www.chattanoogaghosttours.com/ .
Amy drove me to all of the haunted locations for the book. Amy took me to Chattanooga underground to look for the ghosts of the lost city. She took me to an old quarry to find a white lady We went to lovely museums and old hotels and I found that Chattanooga is filled with a rich folklore I just can't wait to write about. I don't want to say to much and give away all the surprises that will be in the next book, but Chattanooga is just teaming with monsters and ghosts. Here are a few pictures of our journey.