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It's time to face the paranormal

At this time of year, thoughts turn to the spooky delights, and people seek out frights from a variety of haunted houses. While those startling scares provide a screamtastic good time, everybody knows that there's actually nothing to fear in one of those attractions. If you really want to be creeped out, you need to experience the paranormal. Or, at least, hang out with someone who has. The Chesterfield Barnes & Noble Booksellers (1600 Clarkson Road; 636-536-9636) gives you an opportunity to meet just such a person. At 7 p.m. this evening, local author Steven A. LaChance signs his new book, The Uninvited: The True Story of the Union Screaming House, which details his family's paranormal ordeal that began in a home in Union, Missouri. LaChance and his three kids moved into the house in 2001 — but they weren't the only ones living there. Learn more about LaChance's story at www.stevenalachance.com. The book sells for $16.95, and the nightmares that come along are free.
Fri., Oct. 17, 2008

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