July 7, 2016 by Anthony Burdge
We are honored to add Chris DiCesare, author of Surviving Evidence: Memoir of an Extreme Haunting to our growing list of Guest Contributors for Tails from the Other Side, which is a charity book to benefit Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue and concerns pets and the paranormal.
As a young college student, Chris Di Cesare’s view of life was forever changed by a series of horrifying events in and around his dorm room: C2D1 at SUNY Geneseo. From early February through late April of 1985, he and his college friends endured what is now referred to as ‘The C2D1 Haunting’. Chris is an accomplished lecturer who recently appeared on Coast to Coast AM and his memoir, Surviving Evidence: Memoir of an Extreme Haunting, (Dark Moon Press) became an Amazon best seller, which offers a compelling first-hand accounting of the infamous C2D1 extreme haunting at SUNY Geneseo from the person who found himself at its center … and survived it.
About Tails from the Other Side:
It is a heart wrenching, devastating loss when our pet passes away. This project is dedicated to the paranormal experiences our authors have had after their animal companion 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, a toy being squeaked, or maybe we’ve been witness to another companion left behind play as she once used to with the companion who has passed on.
DiCesare has contributed, “A Car Full of Waffles,” and we are very grateful to him and all of our Guest Contributors for sharing their stories for Tails from The Other Side. This project was created by Paranormal Investigator/Director of Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue, Christopher Mancuso and will be a Myth Ink Books publication this Fall.
Please visit Chris DiCesare’s website for more information on the C2D1 Haunting, his memoir Surviving Evidence, and his speaking engagements/event schedule
We are nearing 50 contributions overall for Tails From the Other Side. The final deadline is July 30th 2016. Please visit the project page for more information on our Guest Contributors and How to Contribute by clicking here