Breakthrough Ghost Photography of Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia Part II

Tim Scullion

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Digital technology serves as our eyes in the world of the improbable and unexplained, the impossible and bizarre, and the biggest mystery of our existence. In his second book on ghosts of Colonial Williamsburg, Tim Scullion has embarked on a haunting journey over six years and 20,000 photos in the making. Historical and paranormal backgrounds are disclosed for 200 strange images that defy explanation and offer photographic evidence of a world beyond our own. Go behind the veil in Colonial Williamsburg, and discover what lurks within these inexplicable faces.

Size: 7" x 10" | 200 color photos | 208 pp
ISBN13: 9780764355721

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Tim Scullion is a multiple genre author, photographer, and musician whose previous book in this series was nominated for consideration in the nonfiction category for the 20th annual Library of Virginia Literary Awards. The Literary Awards celebrate Virginia authors, their publishers, and their literary contributions, and the book Haunted, Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia: with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, is a first in the world of paranormal research! He has unlocked techniques to consistently photograph residents of the “other side” in the world’s largest living museum.
Tim is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree (cum laude)—both while working a full-time job. He is a multi-instrumentalist musician and has written a series of books on lead guitar called Shred Tech. Tim has also written a very different Christmas novel titled Nick, as well as writing and illustrating a children’s activity book.