Book: Echoes of Evil at Pontoosuc Point by Joan Conning Afman
categories: Book, Berkshires, Mystery, Remote Viewing, Pontoosuc Lake, Psychic, Haunted Woods, Spooky, Evil Spirit
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Joan Conning Afman about this book: I wanted to set a book in the beautiful setting of the Berkshires of western Massachusetts where I grew up. I incorporated many of the native streets, locations and folklore, including the persona of "Oh! Be Joyful!", an itinerant peddler who, when I was a child, frequented the main streets and handed out peanuts to children. But the story is fiction: a restless spirit is disturbed by the enclave of Pontoosuc Point (named for the lake), and stirs up a lot of trouble. Is he real, or created by the CIA guys who live down the street and practice remote viewing? Jaycee Warren, a writer who is forced to move back to the city she fled after a personal disaster and the gossip that followed because of her husband's job, isn't sure she can handle the strange things that happen. Even her stable, happy second marriage seems to be in trouble. Of course, all's well that ends well...or is it?
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