July 2, 2016 by Anthony Burdge
Greetings Paranormal Enthusiasts!
We are nearing the end of our Call for Submissions for our pets and the paranormal project, Tails from the Other Side, which closes on July 30th, 2016. At one time, we have all benefited from the loving nature of our animal companions. Whether cat, dog, bird or other, our pets have provided much needed love and support. However, it is a heart wrenching, devastating loss when our pet passes away. This project is dedicated to the paranormal experiences our contributors have had after their animal companion has crossed over to the Other Side. After our pets have passed, many of us can swear we have felt a familiar brush against a leg, heard a familiar bark or meow, or maybe we’ve been witness to another companion left behind play as she once used to with the companion who has passed on.
The proceeds from this collection will benefit Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue
This project has a growing list of Guest Contributors such as Haunted Collector’s John Zaffis, Paranormal Expert/Author Rosemary Guiley, Supernatural authority/Author Michelle Belanger, Paranormal State’s Eilfie Music, Paranormal Author Tim Shaw, Patrick Burns of Haunting Evidence. We are honored to announce two more have been added:
Haunted Collector’s Brian J. Cano and Owner of the Grand Midway Hotel Blair Murphy
In addition we have added the titles of chapters by Guest Contributors to their bio information, see the “Contributed Chapter” area of each guest for this information.
Please click here to visit the Tails from the Other Side Project Page
There has been a bit of early press about Tails from the Other Side by way of an interview with project creator Christopher Mancuso.
Kelly Smith of the Winnipeg Paranormal Group was kind enough to interview Chris for Dark Thirty News:
While he was trying to think of other ways to help the rescue, his friend Zaffis suggested he write a book about pets and paranormal. Mancuso loved the idea it took off.
“It’s a compilation of people’s stories. Anyone who had that unexplainable experience. It doesn’t have to be just people from the paranormal field,” explained Mancuso. His hope is that Tails from the Other Side will help raise money and awareness to keep future cats from being euthanized.
We are very grateful for the coverage of this project and will do everything possible when this book is published (late August/September release) to help raise money, awareness and help Christopher Mancuso’s hope become a reality.