Well, here on the outskirts of Orlando we were largely spared the worst of Hurricane Matthew (other than a power outage), but we’re all back to normal at the Hellfire household, which means it’s time once again for the hard sell. My first paranormal book, The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist, written with the God of Hellfire and poltergeist experiencer himself, is now available as an audio book! Buy it right here, or, for a limited time, promise to write a review and I will message you a FREE download code for Audible.com. Sound like a deal? GET ON THIS SHIT. Oh, and by the way, if you’d like to hear a little supplemental chat about the case, the GoH and I featured it as the last episode of our 13 O’Clock Podcast. Enjoy.
On this episode, Tom and Jenny discuss the case that started it all. Jenny was primarily a horror writer until Tom told her about a horrifying poltergeist experience he had endured in 1982, when he was thirteen years old. Objects moved in impossible ways, creepy noises like human voices came out of thin air, and an eerie presence seemed to watch him and his family at every turn, and followed them to a total of three locations. Tom gives a rundown of some of the phenomena, using current pictures of one of the locations in order to jog his memory. Tom and Jenny also discuss the poltergeist activity that rekindled at their own home more than thirty years after the original incidents. If you’d like to know more about the case, Tom and Jenny’s book, The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist, is available in print and ebook, and now in audio book as well.
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My new book, a paranormal nonfiction account co-written with Tom Ross (the God of Hellfire himself) will be out soon! Here is the cover and blurb to whet the appetite…
“Our first instinct was just sheer disbelief. We were trying to tell ourselves that it couldn’t be real. It couldn’t be happening. But it was.”
In December of 1982, when Tom Ross was thirteen years old, he took a week’s vacation to Mammoth Lakes in California with his aunt, uncle, and cousin. Almost from the moment they arrived at their condo, they experienced a near-constant barrage of bizarre phenomena that escalated over their stay, and seemed to follow them after they left.
Items moved around by themselves, shades flew open when no one was near them, bloody tissues appeared out of nowhere, words appeared on windows in empty rooms, a blue haze seemed to hover near the ceiling, a door chain was broken from the inside by what appeared to be a clawed hand, and disembodied voices emerged from corners.
The family was simultaneously terrified and amazed. Thirty-two years later, the four witnesses decided to tell their story.