Guest author: G. Michael Vasey – Ghosts of the Living and Being in Two Places at Once

A recent call with my mother resulted in my latest book. Knowing my interests, my mother surprised me by telling me how on three separate occasions, she had seen her sister. The first time, she was in the kitchen and turned around to see the apparition oh her sister. It slowly faded away. The second time, she saw her outside the front door but by the time she got to the door, no one was there. A third instance shook her up quite a bit. Why? Well seeing a ghost is a scary thing but especially if the person whose ghost you see is still alive!

I was hooked – ghosts of the living.

Just recently, I came up with the idea to try a series of short Kindles. Each would be a short read on a particular paranormal topic under the series heading of ‘Paranormal Eyewitness’. Each book would be priced at 99pence or 99 cents and never cost more. Actually, what that means is that Amazon gets more money than I do as it is a 35% royalty at that price. However, I wanted to be putting out a few books to keep my name in front of people yet I don’t have the time to be writing long books.

The first book in the series re-visted the urban legend of black-eyed people. This has been popular in the USA where this myth is apparently of more interest. In fact, there does appear to be an epidemic of BEK sightings all across the country!

The storyline of each encounter follows a similar format. There is a knock at the door in the early hours and there stand two or more children dressed in rather old fashioned black clothing. The homeowner feels a real feeling of foreboding and is very scared but feels compelled to ask why small children are out alone in the dead of night. The kids ask to come in. They speak in monotonous voices, rather hypnotic actually, and use strange words and phrases. The puzzled homeowners fear turns to outright horror when they notice that the kids all have jet black eyes…..

What would I do for a second in the series? Then my mother called and I had it. Ghosts of the Living. It’s a short but I hope fun and scary, read through things like doppelgangers, bilocation, astral projection, and remote viewing. It features some true encounters along with my own narrative and analysis. One encounter was submitted by Sue and an interesting experience it was too!

In doing the research, I came to an interesting conclusion. What if, in moments of danger or moments of near sleep, we can accidentally bilocate (be in two places at once). Might this not explain the doppelganger concept? It might also explain my mother’s experiences. Bilocation is something that Saints are said to have been adept at but other magical and mystical people were reputed to have the same ability like the enigmatic St. Germain, for example. Could it be that my Aunt can bilocate without knowing about? I wish I could – I could write longer books that way….

About the Author:

Growing up can be extremely tough for any kid, but imagine growing up around poltergeist activity and ghosts? G. Michael Vasey had exactly that kind of childhood, experiencing ghosts, poltergeists, and other strange and scary supernatural phenomena. In fact, he seemed to attract it, developing an interest in the occult and supernatural at an early age and he has been fascinated ever since.

His “My Haunted Life” trilogy has been highly successful–reaching number one on bestseller lists on both sides of the Atlantic. Now he is presenting the stories of others. The first book in the “Your Haunted Life” series is currently available on Amazon. It’s a must-read for anyone with an interest in the strange happenings of the paranormal world. Then there’s “The Pink Bus And Other Strange Stories From LaLa Land,” a book that lifts the veil on one of the biggest mysteries in human history–the process of death, and what happens to our souls when we die.

He has appeared on numerous radio shows such as

* Everyday Connection,
* Jim Harold’s paranormal podcasts,
* True Ghost Stories Online and
* X Radio with Rob McConnell

sharing strange and scary stories and his expertise in all matters supernatural. He has also been featured in Chat – Its Fate magazine and been interviewed by Ghost Village and Novel Ideas amongst others.

Whether you’ve heard one of G. Michael Vasey’s radio appearances, or read one of his books over the shoulders of an avid reader on the bus, or whether you’ve simply got an interest in the paranormal and stumbled upon this page… You are going to pulled into the paranormal world of G. Michael Vasey, and you will be hooked.

Click the images to go to Gary’s Amazon page and click here to read Rosie Amber’s review of The Last Observer.

Find and follow Gary:

Gary blogs at

 Facebook  Twitter@gmvasey    Soundcloud      Youtube
LinkedIn      Goodreads    Round Fire Books

Other Resources

My Haunted Life Too – A Collection of your true scary stories of the paranormal
Strange Book Reviews – This is my book review site. I like strange books quite a lot!
The Brno ExPats Forum – I started this for ExPats living in Brno back in 2006.
CTRMCenter – This is my professional blog where I write about commodity trading and risk issues.


About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email:
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15 Responses to Guest author: G. Michael Vasey – Ghosts of the Living and Being in Two Places at Once

  1. adeleulnais says:

    I am very interested in the accounts of the black eyed children. Also, before Becca moved up to Scotland she said she woke to see me in her bedroom. I don’t remember and if I was there, I didn’t know I was doing it. lol

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Lyn Horner says:

    Reblogged this on Lyn Horner's Corner and commented:
    Far out, fascinating tales from G. Michael Vasey on Sue Vincent’s site.

    Liked by 1 person

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  4. A very interesting post about Michael, ghosts and his writing and books.


  5. Reblogged this on When Angels Fly and commented:
    I love the premise of all the concepts in this blog post!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. dgkaye says:

    Fascinating subject matter. Great post! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  7. I earned $14.31 during 2016, but had to fill out half a dozen pieces of paper for taxes. But I’m REALLY ahead this year. I’ve earned more than $5 and it’s only March! Gonna be a BIG year for me.

    if you put the little stories up, I’ll buy them. I like short pieces, especially as I fall asleep.


  8. Reblogged this on Don Massenzio's Blog and commented:
    Check out this guest post by author G. Michael Vasey on Sue Vincent’s blog


  9. Interesting post, Sue. Thanks to G. Michael Vasey for his review of his writing and to you for having him as a guest. 🙂 — Suzanne


  10. Rae Longest says:

    Interesting post. Interesting subject. Interesting author.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Hamdzinski says:

    Interesting posts 😊😊


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