William B. Wolfe
Please allow me a moment to introduce you to...ME! I’m a writer, and I love weird stuff. Ghosts, Bigfoot, space aliens, psychic cats, lake monsters—they all have a proud and happy place in my world.
I’m a former newspaper reporter and editor for publications like the Atlanta Journal and Constitution and The Courier-Journal in Louisville. I’ve read science fiction, fantasy, and paranormal books my whole life, and I began writing fiction about ten years ago.
The 2018 Publication of my first book, The Phantom Files: Twain’s Treasure, fulfilled a lifelong dream. The dream continues with the approaching release of my second novel, Houdini’s Cures: The Phantom Files, Book Two. With luck, more phantoms are on the way.
I live in Louisville, Kentucky, which has its fair share of weirdness, including the world’s largest baseball bat outside the Louisville Slugger museum. It is also the home of the world renowned Kentucky Derby.
We also boast one of the world’s largest zombie walks, with an attendance of more than 42,000 of the living dead and the dead living.
Louisville has a rich paranormal history that has given us the distinction of being one of the most haunted cities in the country with noted haunted locations such as the Brown Hotel, the Belle of Louisville, the Palace Theater, the Old City Jail and the Waverly Hills Sanatorium which has found its fame on several paranormal television shows like Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures.
And of course, there’s my family’s weird cat, Miyabi. Don’t let that sweet face confuse you. His nickname, much more apt than the real, is Mr. Bitey.
So, that’s me, and that’s my life.
Live long and be weird!