Krepp is well-versed in local history as well as the politics, trade and commerce, and social milieu of the eras he's discussing, and is a great storyteller who, with a confident grasp of the facts and judiciously inserted asides, can bring to life both the haunters and the haunted. His way of ending his chapters with - gasp! - the literary equivalent of a horror movie organ chord lends a delightfully chilling touch. -Hill Rag
About the Author
Tim Krepp lives on Capitol Hill with his wife, two daughters and a dog that clings tenaciously to life. He avoids honest labor by leading tours in Washington, D.C., New York and elsewhere for school trips, professional associations, private groups and pretty much any group that will listen to him. While the topics are eclectic and diverse, he particularly enjoys delving into tales of ghostly lore and is author of Capitol Hill Haunts. Tim fell in love with Washington during his time at George Washington University. He graduated with a degree in history and went on to not use that degree whatsoever, serving as a naval officer for many years. Today, he finds himself pleasantly surprised to find it handy in his current life.