On Haunted Ground: The Green Ghost and Other Spirits of Cemetery Road
Lisa Rogers sensed that the house she bought with her husband Wes came with a ghost. But nothing prepared them for doors slamming on their own, objects flying, and the nightly appearance of a freaky green orb in their bedroom. Their two children had opposing views on the paranormal activity. While Keshia grew attached to the grandmotherly ghost who taught her not to be afr...more
Lisa explains how she first learnt about her resident ghost and how she reacted to it, and as her children grew how they both had differing opinion about them. Lisa and her daughter believing whilst her husband and son didn't believe. We follow Lisa as each chapt...more
There are several points that stood out to me for the 2 star rating of this book. First, the author attempted to cram 27 years of living in a haunted house into one book and just wasn't quite able to pull it off. As a result, the book came off as very superficial to me. I almost wondered while I was reading it, if she wouldn't have done better with focusing on one section of time when activity was at its' highest and focusing on t...more
As I said before, the topic of ghosts has always fascinated me, and being a firmly believer, I read this book with pleasure. Even if I’ve never had an experience myself, my interest goes way beyond my teenage years. At that time, I thought that Ouija boards were the coolest thing, but one horror movie had the power to change my mind completely. Obviously I still believe in ghost...more
It is not super scary, but I am a bit of a wuss and can't even watch scary movies, so I guess this wan't the best pick for me.
This book is a collection of "true" stories about things the author experienced in her home. What I read did keep my attention and was...more
Nothing particularly sensational or scary, but an interesting account of one family's experiences living with ghosts through many years. Reported as a true story. Have no particular reason to doubt the author's sincerity there - beyond my normal healthy skepticism, but I admit I do find it possibly pertinent the author has also written some fiction. For those interested in this sort of thing it's worth picking up while free for Kindle, those wanting something spin-tingling would be...more
On Haunted Ground is a true account by Lisa Rogers of her experiences with ghosts, particularly within in her family home. These largely benign entities vary from glowing green orbs to drifting dark shadows and a young Indian who open cabinets, play havoc with the lights and and learn to imitate the family's voices.
Rather ambitiously, Rogers covers a period of nearly thirty years beginning when her and her new husband began the remodel of an old home that they had relocated to their property. W...more
re-evaluating the way that you may perceive supernatural happenings.
With her children now grown, she dedicates her time to writing and learn...more