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Dark Gift by T L Jones a paranormal mystery into the Bridgewater Triangle with John Brightman

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The story takes place in the Bridgewater Triangle. This is an area known to paranormal researchers to be filled to the brim with activity. It’s the Bermuda Triangle on land. Stories about activity go back centuries. Only this time the story surrounds a small town, Freetown and a paranormal investigative group, N.E.P.R. They are a real group in real life and founded by co-author John Brightman. During an investigation into the Bridgewater Triangle, N.E.P.R. bumps into something more evil that what’s expected during the course of the normal everyday investigation. It wouldn’t surprise any of them to see hot spots on a thermal imager or to record several EVPs. It gets worse this time. The book, written Jones and researched by Brightman is a page turner and may be one to read with the lights on, especially if you live in the Bridgewater Triangle area, a real anomaly to many. It’s been studied and there have been hundreds of investigations by many different individuals who would like to solve the mystery of what has happened the past 500 years. People go missing here just like they have in the Bermuda Triangle.

View slideshow: TL Jones and John Brightman

Only Dark Gift brings a serial killer into the Frey. Who can it be? Is it a stranger or could it be a member of N.E.P.R? The killer is savage and ruthless and on a rampage. Two people are missing and then N.E.P.R. founder, in the book, John Bingham’s wife is discovered to be one of the two missing. N.E.P.R. tries to assist but Bingham is not sure who he can trust. One of the members of N.E.P.R. is a police office with the local department. Jones was a former police officer herself and brings her knowledge of law enforcement into the creation of this story and it shows. Be prepared to read with the lights on and doors locked. You never know where the serial may have gone until the end of the book. Could it be your neighbor? Who would you trust?

Jones can be found on Facebook and said during an interview, “Dark Gift really brought my writing style out. This is my third novel and I liked the other two, but I love this one. While I edited, of course, I read it and I have to say it was very difficult because this book flows through the mind like a movie. This was very challenging for me, trying to write something for someone else. John Brightman, co-author, fed me information about the area and his paranormal investigative team, then I came up with the storyline and fictitious characters and descriptions. An amazing opportunity for me.” You can find Jones’ other books on Amazon and other books sites online. They are Jaded Visions and Jaded Feelings. Watch for another book to come out in this series about a young psychic. You can find out more about her books at East Texas Paranormal, the group she’s affiliated with for investigations.

Brightman can be reached on Facebook and on the N.E.P.R. website. If you want to learn more about the Bridgewater Triangle there are many sites that can be found with a simple online search. Dark Gift by T L Jones a paranormal mystery into the Bridgewater Triangle with John Brightman.

East Texas Paranormal Founder Martha Decker likes talking on the radio about investigation techniques

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East Texas Paranormal Founder Martha Decker likes talking on the radio about investigation technique. She applies a lot of the techniques she learned while in law enforcement. Decker retired from policing in 2007 and formed East Texas Paranormal (ETP) and hasn’t look back, well maybe not too often. Since then she has appeared on numerous paranormal radio shows as a guest speaker. While they talk about a variety of subjects the interviews always seem to turn toward her law enforcement experience and how she applies her knowledge to the paranormal. In fact, a majority of this group are current or former law enforcement officers. Decker talks about how many of the techniques used for police investigations and interviews work well when applied to the paranormal. She is working on a couple of books. The one that will be completed first is about police techniques and the paranormal. Decker began conducting paranormal investigations in 1999 after going to the Myrtles Plantation with fellow ETP member and longtime friend Tamra Brickey.

Here are the archive links for some of the radio shows she has been on – If you have the time, you just might like to listen in…..

Just Energy Radio with Dr Rita Louise

Spirit Buzz with Jill Marie Morris

Bridging the Gap with Anthony Zepeda

Weekend from Waco with Reverend Mark 11/06 by Dead air | Blog Talk Radio

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Weekend from Waco with Reverend Mark 11/06 by Dead air | Blog Talk Radio.

Tune into this link to hear East Texas Paranormal founder Martha Decker talk with Reverend Mark. The interview is about how she applies her law enforcement and detective experience to paranormal investigations and interviews. (Note – the show starts 4-5 minutes after the recording begins)

Hill House Manor in Gainesville TX – ready for a paranormal investigation? Cedar Creek Paranormal Research Society is ready!

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Here is a brief walk through of a location CCPRS will probably investigate in the near future. The owner has an interesting website for Hill House Manor that is worth a visit. They allow paranormal groups to conduct investigations for a donation and even offer investigations that individuals can join who are not part of a group. Linda Hill will be glad to answer your questions. She and the Manor can be found on Facebook.

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July 9, 2010 at 6:00 pm

Annual Haunted Paranormal Investigation

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CCPRS is thinking about hosting an annual paranormal investigation. We are looking for input and location ideas.

Please leave comments and let us know if this is something you would be interested in and if you have any ideas for a location.

We would like to find a location within a 100 mile radius of Dallas.

We’ll be watching for your comments.

Written by mardeck

July 4, 2010 at 1:52 pm

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