Tim Scullion is a published author, photographer, and musician. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, with both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree (Cum Laude). Tim has completed a two-year photographic study of Colonial Williamsburg—out of over 10,000 photographs, only the very best were chosen (230) to document ghosts and apparitions of all sizes, shapes, and colors. He has unlocked techniques to consistently photograph residents of the “other side”, and has included historical background as well as paranormal experiences and personal insights to accompany each house and building in the world’s largest living museum. This book, Haunted, Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography, has been nominated for consideration in the nonfiction category for the 20th annual Library of Virginia Literary Awards. The sequel to that book features the largest group of ghosts ever captured on camera: A whole ghost militia in formation and seconds later photographed mingling with a group of children. Breakthrough Ghost Photography of Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Part II.
Tim Scullion has been featured on CBS Virginia This Morning, FOX Good Day Virginia, Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, on the front page of the Virginia Pilot newspaper, The X Zone with Rob McConnell, iHeart Radio’s nationally syndicated Darkness Radio show with Dave Schrader, Phenomena Encountered Podcast with Daniel Klaus and Denise Garcia,Nocturnal Frequency Radio with Steve Genier (Canada), Live Paranormal with the Ghost Host Sophia Temperilli, the Ghostly Hour on KCOR Digital Radio simulcast in Las Vegas & the United Kingdom, Ghost Chronicles International with Ronald Kolek, Para—X Radio Network with Rebecca Brumble, a featured presenter at both the Psychic Studies Institute in Kansas City, and the Maryland Paranormal Conference.
In addition to the books mentioned above, Tim has written a novel, a series of instruction books on the guitar, a children’s book (all available on Amazon) and has a photo-essay published by the University of Virginia in the book Troubled Times Companion, Vol. III.
After 2 years of research, a lot of experimentation, and over 10,000 photographs, check out the world’s first groundbreaking photographic study of ghosts: Haunted, Historic Colonial Williamsburg Virginia with Breakthrough Ghost Photography available at both Schiffer Publishing and at Amazon: http://amzn.com/0764350609
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