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Author Martha Decker Looking for Paranormal Hauntings Legends and Mysteries in East Texas for New Book

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Martha Decker

Solving Mysteries Surrounding East Texas in new book

by Martha Decker

Author Martha Decker Looking for Paranormal Hauntings Legends and Mysteries in East Texas for New Book. Martha Decker is a longtime published news journalist. In 1995 she won a first place Associated Press award for specialty reporting for an article she spent a year researching before it went to print. She is also the founder of East Texas Paranormal,  a paranormal group dedicated to helping individuals in need of answers for unexplained events.

Decker currently is working to complete a book about paranormal experiences, hauntings, legends, myths and mysteries in East Texas. This area consists of all counties east of I45 and SH 75 from the Gulf of Mexico to the Oklahoma border or from the Red River to the Big Thicket.

She has heard stories about Tool, Eustace, Gun Barrel City, Malakoff and Peeltown along with other places near Cedar Creek Lake. Surely someone has a story to be told. Out of the way, odd, weird or unusual might just fit the bill. Decker can always use more information about things that may have already covered by other individuals. What about mysterious lights, big foot sightings and so much more……….

Decker is interested in hearing your story. If you have any information you would like to pass on please send her email at marthadecker@live.com. She can be reached by mail at PO Box 73, Kemp, TX 75143. Feel free to use the About Us page on this site and I will get her the information.

Author Martha Decker Looking for Paranormal Hauntings Legends and Mysteries in East Texas for New Book

June Cedar Creek Lake Paranormal Society Meeting

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The monthly Cedar Creek Lake Paranormal Society meeting was held at Jalapeno Tree in Gun Barrel City, TX at 7:00 pm.

Items discussed were:

  • Those not present included Cathy Hogan, Pam Silva, Kathy Henderson and Kelly Acorn. Everyone else was present.
  • Tamra Brickey spoke to a woman regarding an investigation occurring at her home due to unexplainedactivity inside the house. The home is in Rice and a relative passed away in one of the bedrooms and seems to be returning to this room, according to the interview. Other incidents include lights flickering in the kitchen only when all the family members are present and an individal reported seeing clouds in the closet. The family asked to be contacted again regarding the incidents and Ms. Brickey is trying to contact but has been playing phone tag with the woman so a possible investigation can be set. We think this merits further discussion with the family to see what they want to occur.
  • Martha Decker spoke at length to a man in Oklahoma who thought something strange and unexplained occurred in his apartment. After the discussion and speaking with other family members it was agreed to close this call.
  • A call was put out to members requesting help with a design for the CCLPS logo. Everyone was asked to think creatively and see what we could come up with in the near futue.
  • If we should hold a monthly meeting at the Catfish Plantation in Waxahachie. Part of the allure for the meeting there is that it is close and known world-wide as a haunted location. We decided not to meet there at this time and to change the July meeting to July 10 because of the July Fourth holiday. It will be held at the Dairy Queen in Seven Points at 7:00 pm.
  • A discussion occurred abou CCLPS going to Jefferson TX and staying at the haunted Jefferson Hotel on July 25th. It was decided to finalize the decision during the July monthly meeting.

This is what occurred during the June meeting. An email will be sent to members reminding them of the date change for the July meeting.

Written by mardeck

June 30, 2009 at 1:47 pm

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