For the City Times
Andrea Mesich, author of “Ghost in the Coal Cellar: True Case Files of a Lone Investigator”, will be at Book World on Main Street on Saturday April 18th from 1 to 4 PM, to sign copies of her book.
Seen on the Weather Channel’s “Strangest Weather on Earth”, Mesich has been a paranormal investigator for over a decade, and her book includes true stories from her investigations – including hauntings in Wisconsin and Michigan.
At the book signing, Mesich will be fielding questions from readers about the paranormal, and is interested in hearing about your personal experiences.
Mesich has traveled the country in search of paranormal activity, and she has trained new paranormal investigators and groups on the art of research.
“It’s all about helping people, being respectful, and balancing the right amount of skepticism and open mindedness.” Mesich said. “You can’t say everything is a ghost, and you can’t say there is no such thing. We have to meet a happy medium. There are many things we can’t explain in this world… it’s trying to find that which cannot be explained by manmade or natural means… and separating it from that which can. The whole goal is to find answers to what currently has no answers… and to give people comfort and let them know they’re not alone in their experiences, along the way.”
Mesich will also be bringing investigative tools for all to see at the book signing.
Book World will have a limited number of copies on hand.
Book World is located at 1136 Main Street in Stevens Point.