Ethel drove into the parking lot of Port Glenn Psychiatric and Forensic Hospital. If it were not for the razor wire security fence around the perimeter, it would look like any modern hospital or office building. She took a final puff of the wood tip cigar she held in her arthritic hand before putting it out in the ashtray of her old gray sedan. She looked in the rearview mirror and adjusted the green polyester scarf tied around her head. She picked up her slouchy hobo handbag and got out of her old jalopy. Continue reading “Chap. 2—Unrestrained: A Paranormal Psychological Thriller (Rancor, #2)”
This is totally off-topic, and I’m still searching for a logical explanation for it, but I saw something strange in the sky the other day.
The date was Saturday, July 16, 2016. I was driving southwest toward Bangor, Michigan just before 10 p.m. to pick up a son from work. I’m always looking at the stars in the sky, wondering if I can find Jupiter, Venus, or Mars. When I looked to the west, I saw a star pattern of maybe a dozen stars above the horizon. When I looked again at the pattern (less than a minute later), I noticed it had shifted and I remember thinking, “That’s odd.” Continue reading “Strange stars in the sky”
Now committed to a psychiatric hospital, Maggie McGee's only hope for help comes from Ethel, a seer. But will Ethel believe the psychiatrist’s diagnosis? Will she be able to stop the evil spirits? Or will she become a victim herself? More info →