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Ken Summers

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Ken Summers is a paranormal investigator, blogger, columnist, lecturer, and writer. His paranormal pursuits have been featured in Edge New York, The Akron Beacon Journal, and Cleveland Scene Magazine, along with various local news channels. He currently resides in northeast Ohio.

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Ken Summers I'm co-authoring a rewrite of Haunted Cuyahoga, hopefully out before Fall 2015. I have several other books in mind that I'm planning on taking time th…moreI'm co-authoring a rewrite of Haunted Cuyahoga, hopefully out before Fall 2015. I have several other books in mind that I'm planning on taking time this winter to start tackling. Between my hectic day job and looking into relocating to a different state, I haven't been able to get into the right frame of mind for writing in far too long.(less)
Ken Summers An old newspaper article or reading a good book generally sparks my brain into being creative. Unfortunately, it's as unpredictable as a ghost sightin…moreAn old newspaper article or reading a good book generally sparks my brain into being creative. Unfortunately, it's as unpredictable as a ghost sighting. All too often, I feel inspired when I don't have time or paper and pencil on hand.(less)
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