By Gaye Bunderson
“The thought of ghosts creeps me out,” admits Jay Michaels, and I couldn’t agree more. Michaels contributed a small story to a compilation of tales, nonfiction accounts, poems, and essays about spirits that may—or may not, depending on your beliefs—inhabit the Gem State.
The book, Hauntings from the Snake River Plain, is the creation of three of its authors, Bonnie Dodge, Dixie Thomas Reale, and Patricia Santos Marcantonio, collectively known as The Other Bunch. On June 1, 2011, the women sent out a “call for stories” on the topic of hauntings in our state. In the book’s introduction, they write that their request was met with “tremendous enthusiasm.” Continue reading