In this blog we turn the spotlight on Sylvia Shultz. Sylvia has been writing for years, and recently made the switch from fiction to nonfiction. Following a lifetime spent in the pursuit of the weird and the strange, she now shares that passion with her readers. Her fiction (both horror and romance) is still floating around out there, but these days she concentrates on living a childhood dream — telling true ghost stories. Her non-fiction works include Ghost of the Illinois River and Fractured Spirits: Hauntings at the Peoria State Hospital. Fractured Spirts was featured on an episode of the SyFy Channel’s hit show Ghost Hunters and it is the first book to examine the famously haunted asylum from both a historical and a supernatural perspective.
Her second book is a much more personal experience. “Hunting Demons” is a terrifying tale of demonic attachment. In the book a paranormal investigator, who has devoted her life to helping those suffering from unwanted spirit activity, runs a foul with three demonic entities. She never knew that her desire to help would lead to her own nightmare.
This book is an eye opener to good and evil, right and wrong, living and dead and the minions of evil’s dominion. Every spiritual, paranormal or non sensitive individual will get something out of this documented work of truth that will change you for a lifetime. It is an excellent read and is brutally honest in the subject of demonic oppression.
Sylvia lives in the Midwest in a ninety-year-old house full of books, animals, plenty of interesting hobbies and a devoted husband. In her spare time, Shults gets more material for her books by going on paranormal investigations. She wanders around cemeteries and sits in haunted morgues so you don’t have to.
This Week’s Podcast:
On the podcast this week Sylvia Shuts joins us to talk about her new book Hunting Demons and share some fantastic Ghost Stories with us.
You can listen to this podcast this Thursday (10/22) at Ron’s Amazing Stories, download it from iTunes, stream it on TuneIn Radio or listen on your radio Friday night at 8pm Eastern time. Check your local listing or find the station closest to you at this link.
October 01: The classic retelling of, “The Thing on the Fourble Board”
October 08: The Mysterious Travels Episode
October 15: The Horror Express #9
October 22: Ghost Stories with Sylvia Shults
October 29: Old Time Horror with Jim Harold