Want to Help a Haunted Location?

We all like to visit haunted locations during spooky season, but have you ever had a hand in helping one too? Now’s your chance!

Everyone knows that a all respectable theatres have at least one good ghost story, but the most frightening thing surrounding theatres right now is the fact that they’ve sat dark and empty for over seven months now.

Covid-19 has struck small businesses really hard, and theatres have been struck particularly hard. One of those family-run, historic and haunted theatres is the Ghostlight Theatre in North Tonawanda, New York.

Over 130 years old, it’s been a theatre for over 20 years now and is in need of help.

I’ve been a member for 15 years. We host ghost hunts for the public and members. They produce five productions every year. There’s an acting class. And it’s also one of the most haunted places I know.

It would be a shame if its doors remained closed for good.

That’s where you can help! For just $15, you can purchase my latest book, The Ghosts of the Ghostlight Theatre. Inside, you’ll find 110 stories from 45 cast, crew, and audience members from the last 20 years. It’s half ghost story, half time capsule. And the best part? 100% of the proceeds are going right back to the theatre to help them through the Covid crisis.

If you’re a theatre nerd, history buff, or paranormal enthusiast (or you just want to do some good in the dumpster fire that is 2020), click this link and fill out the online order form to order your copy today!

And if you don’t want a physical copy, the book is also available in e-book format. Though we all know books smell better…

Consider helping out a haunted location this spooky season. I’ll appreciate it. I know the owner will. And I think the spirits will too…

Click the image to order your copy today!

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