The Writer’s Block

The Return of the Houdini Séance

September 2, 2014 | by admin
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American Hauntings Presents the Most Exciting and Chilling Halloween Event of 2014! Hosted by author Troy Taylor featuring special guest April Slaughter Live on the stage of the haunted Avon Theater in Decatur, Illinois! Skip trick-or-treating this year and join April as she takes the stage to present an authentic attempt to make contact with the […]


February 18, 2014 | by admin
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Everyone knows I enjoy living a bit ‘outside the box,’ especially when it comes to my hair. The staff at RELIK Salon & Spa located in American Fork, Utah have taken such great care of me these past several months. Their professionalism and talent continually impress me.  So, when they asked if I would be […]

Return to the Haunted America Conference

January 28, 2014 | by admin
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April Slaughter returns for her fourth consecutive appearance at the 2014 Haunted America Conference June 20-21 at the Lincoln Theater in Decatur, Illinois! In her presentation DISCONNECTED FROM DEATH, April will be discussing the evolution of funerary practices, mourning traditions, the significance of postmortem photography in early American history, and how dealing with death in […]

New Book: Reaching Beyond the Veil

May 30, 2013 | by admin
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REACHING BEYOND THE VEIL: Unlocking the Mystery of Modern Spirit Communication AVAILABLE BEGINNING JUNE 14, 2013! As an active paranormal researcher for nearly twenty years, author April Slaughter has delved into almost every facet of the unknown from spirits and psychic phenomena to UFOs, Cryptozoology and more. She is one of America’s leading researchers into […]

DEATH WATCH: An Interview with Ari Berk

September 11, 2012 | by admin
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One of my favorite things to do is spend time wandering through various bookstores. I’m not much of a shopper, but books are the one thing I could spend a fortune on (and often do.) While wandering through Barnes & Noble in Chicago several months ago, my friend and fellow author Troy Taylor picked up […]