Author Micheal Rivers to read from his new ghost novel

Micheal Rivers of Whittier will be at the Jackson County Public Library at 7 p.m. on April 17 to read from his newest paranormal novel, The Black Witch.

The Black Witch is an adventure tale of a ghost ship and is Rivers’ third book. He is also author of the novel Moonlight on the Nantahala, and Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores.

In addition to his books, he will discuss ghosts and the paranormal.

An avid ghost hunter, Rivers is a Vietnam veteran who served in the Marines. He has spent the last 30 years investigating and collecting stories of the paranormal. As a writer, his genres include horror and thriller, with an element of the paranormal in all of his works. He is founder of The Smokey Mountain Ghost Trackers of Western North Carolina and serves as the group’s lead investigator.


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