Posted on

Mystery Readers Journal: Paranormal mysteries (volume 26:2, June, 2010) Paranormal Mysteries cover

My love and fascinating for vampires and all that stalk the night goes back to my early days, growing up in a house full of books and no restrictions on what I read. This essay explains why I love them.

Table of Contents for this journal issue:

  • The Dark Behind the Door by Mignon Ballar
  • Things That Go Bump in the Night by Lillian Stewart Carl
  • Accidentally Paranormal by Judy Clemens
  • True Confessions by E.J. Copperman
  • I Love Cemeteries by Casey Daniels
  • Something Is Moving in the Woods by Vicki Delany
  • Paranormally Yours by Carole Nelson Douglas
  • The Case for Detecstasy by Graham Edwards
  • Paranormal? Perhaps… by Kathleen Ernst
  • Into the Woo-Woo by Jack Fredrickson
  • I Hope Ghosts Are Real by Chris Grabenstein
  • Books That Go Bump in the Night by Deborah Grabien
  • Swinging Around a Cloud by Carolyn Hart
  • I See Undead People… by Sue Ann Jaffarian
  • The Truth About Vampires… by Maria Lima
  • Haunting—A Do-It-Yourself Guide by Paul McHugh
  • The Supernatural and Deputy Tempe Crabtree by Marilyn Meredith
  • The Mystery of the Paranormal by Kris Neri
  • Mysterious Forces by Joyce and Jim Lavene
  • The Spiritual Procedural by Phil Rickman
  • By Ghosts Possessed by Elena Santangelo
  • The Rowan Gant Investigations—Paranormal Suspense Thrillers by M. R. Sellars
  • Ghost Wrangling: From One Who Knows by Clea Simon
  • Whatdunit? by Alexandra Sokoloff
  • Writing About the “Real” World by Roz Southey
  • How a Psychic Entered My Life by Earl Staggs
  • We’re No Angels by Mary Stanton
  • Anything’s Possible by by S.D. Tooley
  • Mysteries Go Beyond the Pale! by E. F. Watkins


  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Lesa Holstine, Marlyn Beebe
  • True Crime: Paranormal Legal Thrillers by Cathy Pickens
  • The Children’s Hour: Paranormal Mysteries by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • Crime Seen: Paranormal and Supernatural by Kate Derie
  • The Mystery Story and the Paranormal: Observations from an English Viewpoint by Philip Scowcroft
  • From the Editor’s Desk by Janet A. Rudolph