I have a nonfiction book, Haunted Richmond, Virginia, published by Schiffer Books ( www.schifferbooks.com ). It's by my pseudonym, Pamela K. Kinney. It's on paranormal occurences and even some local legends of Richmond, Virginia. You can get it at Amazon, it's in Barnes and Noble's database (just not in warehouse yet) and swill be in Border's soon. You can also get it through Schiffer's too.
Pamela K. Kinney
also writes as Sapphire Phelan
Richmond, Virginia is chock-full of ghosts and haunted places. This city names Edgar Allan Poe as its native son, and it is rich in ghostly lore, legends, and tales. Join this tour to:
• Learn why Virginia's governor shares his mansion with ghosts;
• Dine with ghosts at Ruth's Chris Steak House and Crab Louie's Seafood Tavern;
• Discover that the Byrd Theatre has more than movies to offer customers;
• Visit the prison in Powhatan (it might not be safe, even for those working there);
• Call on the Lady in Red who roams the corridors at Wrexham Hall.
These and other interesting and scary stories will transport you beyond, to a Richmond that most mortals never see!