Shane and Kim will have a booth at this event. Come meet them and get an autographed copy of their books, Haunted Shelby County and Haunted Talladega County. There will be good food, live music and lots of fun! For more info, go to: http://www.plankroadstation.com/events.html
Join authors and paranormal investigators, Kim Johnston and Shane Busby, on a night time investigation of the historic and haunted Kymulga Grist Mill & Covered Bridge in Childersburg, AL on November 14th, 2015. Shane and Kim will be bringing their team of investigators as well as their specialized equipment and conducting a real paranormal investigation with their guests. Before this place was known for its grist mill, the area was part of a Native American village. There is a long history of ghosts making their presence known on the premises. There's been footsteps heard and chains rattled inside the old grist mill where a slave was hung to his death out a window. At the covered bridge, there's been images of shadows and faces appearing in photos that do not belong to anyone living. The apparition of a young woman has been seen crossing the bridge with her headless cow as well. We will investigate inside the grist mill, on the covered bridge and along the wooded hiking trail on our quest to find the spirits who haunt this place. We will be using FLIR thermal cameras, spirit boxes, EMF meters, voice recorders, night vision cameras, REM pods, laser grids and motion sensors to detect paranormal activity. It will surely be a night to remember! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to help preserve this wonderful part of Childersburg's history so this is fun for a good cause! Guests are encouraged to bring voice recorders, cameras and flashlights. Ages 12 and up please. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited to ensure all in attendance will be in on the action. Guests will receive an email with a waiver and further instructions at least 1 week prior to the event. Grab tickets now!
Come meet Shane and Kim. They will be autographing copies of their latest book, Haunted Talladega County.
Join authors and paranormal investigators, Kim Johnston and Shane Busby, on the night before Halloween for a night time investigation of the historic Ruffner Mtn Nature Preserve! We will be investigating claims of a disturbance inside the Treehouse Visitor's Center, Mine # 3 (sealed) which has a history of making visitors feel uneasy and the site where the miner's village once stood. Kim and Shane's team, SCARe of Alabama, will be there as well with all their gear for detecting ghosts. Team SCARe is comprised of both skeptics and those who have gifts for sensing/communicating with spirits so we are a well balanced team. We'll be conducting EVP sessions, Spirit Box sessions and much more! Come see what paranormal investigating is all about! Grab tickets now!
Join author Kim Johnston for her presentation on Haunted Shelby County. See and hear real paranormal evidence that has been collected from the area. Books will be available for $20 each - cash or credit/debit card accepted.
Come meet paranormal investigators and published authors, Kim Johnston and Shane Busby. Listen to some of their scariest stories and see some of the evidence they have collected over the years. They will be sharing audio clips and photos from real cases they've investigated. They will also have their books, Haunted Talladega County and Haunted Shelby County for sell. Due to the scary nature of their presentation, we recommend ages 16+.
Kim, Shane and their paranormal team will be at Warehouse 31 for a meet and greet. They will also be selling their books Haunted Talladega County and Haunted Shelby County. Come get your spook on and meet our team!
Come out to Patton Creek in Hoover to the Southern Writer's Showcase to meet several local authors and pick up autographed copies of their books. Kim and Shane will be there and have both Haunted Talladega County and Haunted Shelby County available for purchase.
Join authors and paranormal investigators, Kim Johnston and Shane Busby, on a night time investigation of the Comer Museum & Arts Center in downtown Sylacauga on October 16th, 2015. We will be turning the museum lights off and our flashlights on! Shane and Kim will be bringing their team of investigators as well as their specialized equipment and conducting a real paranormal investigation with their guests. This 3 story museum houses collections of Native American artifacts from local dig sites, Civil War artifacts as well as other wartime memorabilia, the Hodges Meteorite and Avondale Mills artifacts just to name a few of the interesting highlights. In addition, team member and haunted collector, Kevin Cain, will be bringing a few of his haunted dolls to the museum! There is a popular theory in the paranormal community that items such as those housed at the museum can have spirits attached to them or hold onto the energy of their former owners. We will be testing this theory and using a spirit box device to see if any spirit voices come through for all of us to hear real time. We will also be using EMF meters, voice recorders, night vision cameras, REM pods, laser grids and motion sensors to detect paranormal activity. It will surely be a night to remember! The proceeds of the ticket sales will go to benefit the Comer Museum so this is fun for a good cause! Guests are encouraged to bring voice recorders, cameras and flashlights. Ages 12 and up please. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. Space is limited to ensure all in attendance will be in on the action.
Come listen to paranormal investigators and authors Shane Busby and Kim Johnston talk about their adventures in the world of paranormal research. Their books Haunted Talladega County and Haunted Shelby County will be for sell. They will also be sharing audio and photo evidence from some of their paranormal cases. It will be spooky so we recommend ages 12 and up for this event.
Shane and Kim will have a table setup at this wonderful event. Stop by and meet them and pick up a copy of their books Haunted Talladega County and Haunted Shelby County.
Come by and meet Shane and Kim in Talladega Square. They will have copies of their newest book, Haunted Talladega County for sale.
Come meet authors Kim Johnston and Shane Busby and pick up a copy of their new book, Haunted Talladega County!
Free event for everyone at the Talladega Public Library. Refreshments will be served. Kim will be presenting some of the paranormal evidence she's collected over the years and discussing her book, Haunted Shelby County and the upcoming book, Haunted Talladega County that she's writing with co-author Shane Busby. Autographed books will be available for $20 cash or credit.
Join Kim Johnston for ghost stories and a book signing
Join author and paranormal investigator Kim Johnston for an evening of real life ghost stories from Shelby County and surrounding areas. Kim will be sharing stories, photos and audio evidence her research team has collected from several haunted locations. Program will be geared towards adults but anyone is welcome. Check out the teens and tweens event on October 14th for younger audience members.
Join author Kim Johnston at the Homeschooler's Hangout for ghost stories and spooky evidence that her team has captured.
Join author and paranormal investigator, Kim Johnston, for an evening of haunting tales from Shelby County and surrounding areas.
Dress up in your best costume and enjoy a day of panel discussions and free food at Tuscaloosa Public Library. I will be sharing some ghostly evidence that the team has collected and selling my book Haunted Shelby County. Registration starts at 10. My panel starts at 11.
This will be an opportunity to tour several of the sites I've written about in my book, Haunted Shelby County. This is a joint effort with the Birmingham Public Library. If you are interested, please contact April Moon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ticket prices will be around $35 each and include a catered lunch.
For grades 3-6. Join author Kim Johnston as she tells ghost stories and shares interesting photos from her collection of local haunts.
The whole Scare Team will be at Birmingham's Phoenix Festival May 30th thru June 1st! We will be hosting panel discussions and an after dark ghost hunt. Merchandise will be for sale at our table as well.
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Children ages 8 and up will enjoy an afternoon of history, instruction and ghost hunting with the author of Haunted Shelby County Alabama, Kim Johnston, and paranormal investigator, Amanda Madden, from Parabama Investigations. Together they will teach children and parents the basics of paranormal investigating and lead them on a hunt for the ghosts of Aldrich Museum and Farrington Hall. The Aldrich Mine has claimed the lives of more than 50 men who are buried nearby. Farrington Hall is believed to be haunted by the teenage son of Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich who owned the mine many years ago.
*All children must be accompanied by an adult. Limit 3 children per adult.*
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Aldrich Coal Mine museum.
I will be speaking to Shelby County High School Students about my book and my work at this great event.
I will be speaking to Shelby County Middle school students about my book and my work at this great event.
I'll be signing books! Come see me! The store is located on Main Street.
3650 Galleria Cir
Signing books! Come see me and get a copy!
171 Main St, Hoover, AL 35244
300 Colonial Promenade Pkwy #2200
Alabaster, AL 35007
I will have books to sell and sign. Stop by my booth and enjoy some great food while helping Pelham Library raise funds for a new building! Tickets are $25 in advance for admission to this event and $30 at the door.
500 Amphitheater Rd
Pelham, AL 35124