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A Kansas woman details her adventures ghost hunting in a new book.
Cathy Ramirez signed copies of her book Sunday at the Topeka Shawnee County Library. She’s organized ghost tours in ten cities around the country. Her book, Where’s the Ghost? , the Trials and Tribulations of Ghost Hunting.
“People think ghost hunting is so glamorous,” Ramirez said. “It’s not quite as glamorous as people think. Of course it can be boring, but it can also be dangerous, there are stories in there about people who have broken limbs and then of course doing tours, buses breaking down or not showing up; dealing with drunks on the tour just all sorts of crazy obstacles.”
Ramirez hopes her book helps readers understand the funny, the gross, and the sometime dangerous life of a paranormal investigator.