Heather Dobson started life as a scared, too-smart-for-her-own-good little girl in South Charleston, West Virginia, with a father who loved to share stories of their home state’s ghosts. Though fascinated, she remained frightened of the unknown, especially the blank slate of death and eternity. After moving and starting a family, she faced her anxiety by joining a paranormal investigative group, and her nights were filled with slinking shadows, disembodied voices, cold chills, and phantom touches. With over a decade of’ experience and as a founding member of Paranormal Georgia Investigations, she brings understanding to the haunted while guiding others to meet the afterlife head-on.
In her first book, "Memoirs of a Future Ghost," Dobson probes her fears while seeking out the paranormal, sharing the true, often freaky and/or funny, sometimes sad tales of over a decade investigating ghosts and the people haunted by them.
Through extraordinary occurrences in the everyday, she weaves a logical tale that death is nothing to be feared, that an afterlife exists, and though just like in life there’s a bad egg that gets all the press, most ghosts just miss their homes, their people, and their lives, and want to stay as close as they can.
Web site: http://afutureghost.com