More About the Author
Terrance Zepke studied Journalism at the University of Tennessee and later received a Masters in Mass Communications from the University of South Carolina. She studied parapsychology at the renowned Rhine Research Center. Zepke spends much of her time happily traveling around the world but always returns home to the Carolinas where she lives part-time in both states. She has written hundreds of articles and close to three dozen books. Additionally, she has been featured on many programs and publications, such as NPR, CNN, The Washington Post, Travel with Rick Steves, Around the World, World Travel & Dining with Pierre Wolfe, Good Morning Show, The Learning Channel, and The Travel Channel.
When she's not investigating haunted places, trying to find pirate treasure, or climbing lighthouses, she is most likely packing for her next adventure to some far flung place, such as Iceland or Kwazulu Natal. Some of her favorite adventures include piranha fishing on the Amazon, shark cage diving in South Africa, hiking the Andes Mountains Inca Trail, and dog-sledding in the Arctic Circle.
She reveals that her favorite haunted place is the Stanley Hotel and the creepiest ghost investigation was spending the night inside the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.
For more information on this author visit www.terrancezepke.com and www.terrancetalkstravel.com, where you can subscribe to her TerranceTalksTravel and MostlyGhostly blogs, find hundreds of FREE travel reports, and listen to her popular show, Terrance Talks Travel on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/terrance-talks-travel/ or on www.blogtalkradio.com/terrancetalkstravel. You may also follow her on Pinterest, Goodreads, Twitter, and Facebook.