“True Ghost Stories of Connecticut”

Author Charles F. Rosenay to Make Special Appearance

Author Charles F. Rosenay will discuss his latest book, True Ghost Stories of Connecticut at the Stratford Library on October 25 at 7 pm.

Stratford Library
Tuesday, October 25th at 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

The Stratford Library will host author Charles F. Rosenay for a special “Meet-the-Author” program on Tuesday, October 25th at 7 pm.   Rosenay will discuss his latest book, True Ghost Stories of Connecticut.  The talk, presented live in the Stratford Library Lovell Room, is free and open to the public.

Charles F. Rosenay, whose long-time Beatles connections and productions are well-chronicled in the area, has focused his attention of late to more macabre promotions. His new book, True Ghost Stories of Connecticut, reveals some of Connecticut’s best-known paranormal investigators, psychics, mediums and ghost-hunters who join everyday people in sharing their most memorable, scariest and most unbelievable – but true – stories of the supernatural.

Not only are they all true, but they happened in Connecticut, one of the most haunted states in America.  The new collection tells actual stories of what happened at such notorious locations as the Ansonia Opera House, Old Newgate Prison, Robbins Swamp, Sterling Opera House, New Haven Center Church, Dudleytown, and Fairfield Hills Asylum as well as area cemeteries and private residences.  Discover the “Demon House of Derby,” New Haven’s “Pink Lady,” and many more terrifying and shocking stories.

Rosenay organizes the annual vampire vacations to Transylvania (in Romania) known as DraculaTours (www.DracTours.com). He was the founder and original owner of the FrightHaven Indoor Haunted Attraction in Stratford and currently hosts monthly paranormal investigations throughout the state.  He is also the author of The Book of Top 10 Horror Lists.

Autographed copies of Rosenay’s books will be available for purchase following his talk.

For further information, call the Library at: 203.385.4162 or visit www.stratfordlibrary.org.


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