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ThunderBird Walking: A Grand Canyon Ghost Story

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Thomas WyKliffe died and lost his ThunderBird Walking spirit somewhere in Grand Canyon. Now he wanders the rim, an unknowing ghost, trying to make sense of his life. He speaks into the wind hoping someone will help him piece together his fleeting memories so that he can take flight into a new realm. Unaware of the moment of his death, he wastes away with each passing day, ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published November 12th 2013 by Amokshado Press
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K. E. Conlon is the pen name for an author who has a film writing degree from American University. He is currently working on an anthology of short stories while nurturing a slew of creative ideas. The author grew up in Maryland and has lived in Arizona, North Carolina, and California. His journeys have taken him into at least 42 of the 50 U.S. States, and he has also traveled internationally (not ...more

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