Fiona Broome has been researching Salem’s ghosts since the late 1990s. She conducted intensive, on-site research in Salem in early 2008, before many Salem locations decided they had a ghost… sometimes for financial reasons.
So, Fiona’s research is grounded in fact, not anything invented by commercial locations as a marketing ploy.
To learn more about Fiona’s Salem research — and any updates about her book — visit GhostsSalem.com. (That link will take you to the Salem section of HollowHill.com, Fiona’s book & media hub with more photos, articles, videos, and freebies.)
Want to learn more about Fiona Broome and her innovative research?
Fiona’s biggest, long-term website, HollowHill.com, is now the hub for Fiona’s books — past, present, and future — with color photos, some videos, free worksheets, and more.
Fiona’s personal website is still at FionaBroome.com. Elsewhere on the ‘net, her other, popular websites include:
- Ghosts101.com – How-to information about ghost hunting, including her free,four-week course, Introduction to Ghost Hunting.
- Ghosts101.com/HauntedPlaces -Descriptions of haunted places Fiona has investigated.
- Ghosts101.com/Lab – Fiona’sinfrequent blog about off-the-wall and highly speculative research ideas. Advanced concepts. Not for the general public.
- FaerieMagick.com – Historical and modern views about the faerie realm. Includes fact and folklore, plus some of Fiona’s original fiction.
- MandelaEffect.com – A meeting place for people who clearly recall alternate historical events.
- 101 Ghost Hunting Questions, Answered – Kindle (US) – Kindle (UK) – Nook – iTunes/iBooks – Kobo
- Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries, 2nd edition (print version) – Amazon – Amazon UK– and all Amazon retailers
- Ghosts of Austin, Texas (print version) – Amazon – Amazon UK – and most major booksellers
- Ghosts – What They Are and What They Aren’t – Kindle (US) – Kindle (UK) – Nook – iTunes/iBooks – Kobo
- Is Your House Haunted (free edition) – The Authors Club
BOOKS THAT INCLUDE FIONA’S ARTICLES OR STORIES
The following books include articles or stories Fiona has written. In most cases, her work isn’t identified — not story-by-story, anyway — but you’ll find her name listed among the contributors. About half of these books are still in print. The rest are collectibles, rare, and sometimes hard to find.
- Armchair Reader: Weird, Scary, and Unusual – Amazon – Amazon UK – and most major booksellers
- Kick’n Back in Texas – Amazon – AmazonUK- and most major booksellers
- Ghosts of Tilton, NH – Kindle (US) – Kindle (UK) – Nook – iTunes/iBooks – Kobo – Scribd – Inktera
- Weird Hauntings – Amazon – Amazon UK – and most major booksellers
- Weird Encounters – Amazon – Amazon UK – and most major booksellers
Required legal notice: If you buy a book Fiona has written, she may earn royalties from that sale.