Monday, December 8, 2014

Paranormal Road Trip: Destination Twelve Acres, Colorado with Teri Harman

Paranormal Road Trip: Spooky Places in Twelve Acres, Colorado with Teri Harman

Come on boys and ghouls!  It's time to hop on Route 666 for a spooktacular Paranormal Road Trip.  This week's stop is Twelve Acres, Colorado and our special guide is Teri Harman author of The Moonlight Trilogy.

The Moonlight Trilogy is set in Twelve Acres, Colorado so it seems fitting that our guide for this week's Paranormal Road Trip be the amazing Teri Harman.  Let's see what terrifying places Teri has planned for our tour.

Twelve Acres' Top Spooky Places

The Twelve Acres Museum
The museum is housed in the same building that Ruby Plate and her covens of witches met in the early days of Twelve Acres. Here they performed all their rituals and spells. Today, with the highest concentration of ghosts, it's a must-see sight.

Canyon Cave
A few miles up the canyon, outside of town, you'll find a cave in a clearing, surrounded by majestic aspen trees. Many terrible things have happened in this place. Dark covens performed heinous curses, a woman left for dead lived like a ghost for years, other were held captive. And others died.

Plate's Place
The original home of Ruby and Charles Plate, town founders, the house now stands in disrepair. In the moonlight you may even catch a glimpse of the gossamer figure of Ruby's ghost lingering under the branches of the giant weeping willow in the backyard.

The Twelve Acres Cemetery
Here you will find the graves of Ruby and Charles Plate, and many more of the original members of the town's covens. Also, if you look carefully you'll see the unsettling marks of Dark magic left by Archard on the night of a July full moon when snow fell in response to his terrible spell.

Thank you Teri for giving us such a haunting tour of Twelve Acres!  

To learn more about Teri Harman and her books, please visit her website, and don't miss our Q+A with Teri Harman here at From the Shadows.  You can add The Moonlight Trilogy here on Goodreads.

Paranormal Road Trip: Destination Twelve Acres, Colorado with Teri Harman author of The Moonlight Trilogy

What did you think of Teri Harman's picks for spooky places?

Last week on Paranormal Road Trip we visited South Toms River, New Jersey with Shawntelle Madison.  Next week we'll be traveling to New York City.

Join us for another spine-tingling Paranormal Road Trip...
if you dare!


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    1. Curses, ghosts, dark magic...definitely spooky. :)

  2. canyon cave sounds beautiful and scary

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    1. Any time a place is known for "heinous curses" it's bound to be bad. :)