Joseph Freeman

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Joseph Freeman’s is a life lived amongst ghosts; both fictional and otherwise. His ancestors had various castles and mansions in Ireland – most of which were haunted and most of which were sold off before he had a chance of inheriting any. His own parents told him tales of ancestral banshees.

A childhood interest in the gruesome and the ghoulish developed into a lifelong passion for horror and the supernatural, and he has since published 15 books in the genre.

Much of his work is based upon his own experiences and research. He has investigated numerous paranormal cases and locations worldwide. In his own words: "I have neither the time nor the temperament to convince people that ghosts exist. All I will say is that I'v
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Average rating: 4.78 · 9 ratings · 2 reviews · 19 distinct works
The Cold Heart Of Summer

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October's Child

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The Lost And The Lonely

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Vermilion Dawn

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The Final Picture

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Wolveswood

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Along The Corridors

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How to Fight Depression and...

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In the Lord's Due Time

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An Americantestament

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“The photo I had engraved on Mike’s stone makes me smile. I can only imagine what he’d say about the likes of me today: private investigator. He’d never believe it. Huge difference from when we worked the streets together.I can still hear his voice. “Here, Paul. Taste this.” When I concentrate hard enough, I can still taste that awful cooking of his. If there truly is life after death, I sure hope he’s a better cook now than he was back then. Funny the things you miss after someone you love is gone.”
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