Come on boys and ghouls! It's time to hop on Route 666 for a spooktacular Paranormal Road Trip.
This week's stop is Wolfe Creek and our special guide is Kaylie Newell, author of the Wolfe Creek paranormal romance series, including the new release HUNTER OF HER HEART.
Wolf Creek's Top 5 Spooky Places
Towering pines, fog shrouded forests, eerie nights illuminated by a full moon. Welcome to Wolfe Creek, Oregon. You can visit, but if you’re smart, you’ll lock your doors ;)
This tiny mountain town is the backdrop for my Wolfe Creek Series- three books that tell the story of a Native American family who are cursed as werewolves.
Here are my top five spookiest places in the mythical town of Wolfe Creek…
The Wolfe Creek Inn - This hotel was built by a French-Canadian Lumber tycoon named Bastien Wolfe at the end of the 19th century. He met and fell in love with a young Native American woman whom he later married. They were cursed by a local witch, damning their future sons to a fate worse than death.
Tomahawk Falls - A treacherous waterfall deep in the forest of Wolfe Creek. Known for the place where Bastien Wolfe’s toddler son fell to his death over one hundred years ago. Many believe this was the first tragedy brought about by the curse, which eventually grew into the
Legend of Wolfe Creek.
Pikes Peak - A craggy mountain top north of Wolfe Creek. It juts into the air like a gnarled finger, but at its base are lovely meadows and streams that lead all the way to the Pacific ocean. Pikes Peak is cloaked in mystery, as only the most experienced locals are able to reach it on foot. Breathtakingly beautiful, it can also be deadly. And not just because of the dangerous landscape. Just don’t camp up there during a full moon…
The Wolfe Creek Woods - Everyone who lives here knows not to venture into these woods at night. The unsettling feeling of being watched is just one reason why most people steer clear. Unexplained disappearances are another.
Wolfe Creek Gas Station and General Store - Most people who stop in Wolfe Creek are just passing through. It’s in the middle of nowhere and creepy as hell. The faster they can get some gas and grab a quick snack, the faster they can be on their way. Nobody wants to linger very long at the Wolfe Creek General Store- this is the spot where a young woman named Aimee Styles vanished one night, never to be seen again. At least not in human form…
Thank you Kaylie for giving us such a haunting tour of Wolfe Creek!
To learn more about Kaylie Newell and her books, please visit her website. You can add the Wolfe Creek paranormal romance series here on Goodreads.
What did you think of Kaylie's picks for spooky places?
On our last Paranormal Road Trip we visited Seattle with Rebecca Zanetti. Next week we'll be overtaken by the Zombie Apocalypse due to World Zombie Day, but the following week we'll be traveling to Los Angeles with Jamie Schultz.
Join us for another spine-tingling Paranormal Road Trip...
if you dare!
if you dare!