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Fiona’s most recent posts

Fiona Broome learned during 30 years ghost hunting

What I’ve Learned about Ghosts in the Past 30+ Years

Note: This is copied from my post at Medium. I suppose it’s kind of a manifesto, but – mostly – it explains what I’m focusing on, now. Okay… I won’t bore you with everything I’ve learned in those 30+ years. Instead, here’s what I believe is important. Most ghost hunters are sure of two things. … Continue reading "What I’ve Learned about Ghosts in the Past 30+ Years"

Fiona Broome Summer 2021 news

Summer News – Updates

As of August 2021, Hollow Hill contains around 300 articles (previously 500+). And, I’m continuing to remove really old & outdated posts (which will be updated as time permits). I’ve also added a “News” page at that site, which includes site news (so I don’t need to keep posting it here), some general/recent news headlines … Continue reading "Summer News – Updates"

Fiona Broome replies to Terry Miles' "Rabbits"

Clarifying the “Rabbits” Reference

My copy of “Rabbits” just arrived. So far, it looks like a fun book. Also, I’m always impressed when someone successfully writes fiction in the first person. To me, that seems far more challenging than third-person storytelling. But, since – this week – several friends mentioned page 256 (hardcover edition) and journalists are now asking … Continue reading "Clarifying the “Rabbits” Reference"

Ghost Hunting in 2021 – Changes, As Usual?

Since the tumultuous start to January (2021), I’ve been watching trends in ghost hunting and paranormal research. They’re not quite what I’d expected… not that I had a clear idea of what might be next. Frankly, I think anything is possible in the upcoming months. The graphs – Ghost hunting v. paranormal research In February … Continue reading "Ghost Hunting in 2021 – Changes, As Usual?"

As of 2021, Fiona and her team are re-evaluating her websites. She plans to focus on this site (FionaBroome.com) and her main ghost hunting site (HollowHill.com), and improve both content and navigation at them.

She’s transferring management (and sometimes ownership) of other, peripheral sites to trusted friends with more time and interest for those niche topics.

During 2021 and 2022, Fiona is working on books. She’s updating and re-releasing her most popular past books. She’s also writing new ghost-related books – each with a narrow focus – for release through a wide range of bookstores, public libraries, and ebook distributors including Kobo and Nook, as well as Amazon Kindle.

The following are some of Fiona’s most popular books.

Ghost Hunting in Haunted CemeteriesGhost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries

Haunted cemeteries. Every community seems to have at least one, but is it haunted?

And if it is, how can you find its ghosts?

Let professional paranormal researcher Fiona Broome show you how to find haunted cemeteries, and how to locate the most haunted (and perhaps chilling) graves in the cemetery.

In this how-to guide, you’ll discover some of the best ways to encounter ghosts. But… are you brave enough?

Here’s what’s included:

  • You’ll learn the best ghost hunting tools and techniques for this kind of paranormal research.
  • You’ll uncover exactly where to look (and what to look for) to get the most chilling results.
  • And, you’ll find out why the ghosts just outside the cemetery may be more frightening than those within its walls.

Discover why haunted cemeteries are among ghost hunting’s best-kept secrets.

Here’s the Amazon link: Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries – A How-To Guide.

Some other books that include Fiona’s research:

Weird Hauntings - True Ghost StoriesWeird Hauntings (A Weird U.S. book)

Weird Encounters (A Weird U.S. book)

The Ghosts of Austin, Texas

Armchair Reader: Weird, Scary & Unusual

Armchair reader: Kick’n Back in Texas



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The usual disclaimer: As an Amazon affiliate, Fiona earns from qualifying purchases. As an author, she also earn royalties from her books.