Video about Kala's book - Ghosthunting North Carolina
Kala Ambrose has seen and felt ghosts and restless spirits her entire life. Through her many experiences with the supernatural and paranormal realms, she has interacted with powerful beings of light, faced encounters with beings from the dark side and seen ghosts from every walk of life.
Her book Ghosthunting North Carolina shares historical information in a fun and friendly way so that families can enjoy learning about the history of North Carolina while traveling and exploring the sites around the state in a unique way.
Explore haunted lighthouses, forts, and shipwrecked areas of East Carolina where Blackbeard and his pirates still roam as you join author and paranormal researcher Kala Ambrose in GhostHunting North Carolina. Journey across the state and visit the most actively haunted capitol in the US, and continue west into the Blue Ridge Mountains where the pink lady and her friends await your presence.
Maps and travel information are provided to every haunted location for those brave enough to make the journey in person and for paranormal researchers who are interested in exploring haunted North Carolina.
Ghosthunting North Carolina is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and fine indie bookstores everywhere.
Kala Ambrose is Your Travel Guide to the Other Side
The award winning author of six books including The Awakened Aura, The Awakened Psychic and The Awakened Dreamer, Kala is considered to be one of the country’s foremost experts on mystic spirituality and intuitive ability and has taught thousands around the world how to connect with their soul and create a life that is in tune with their higher life purpose and goals.
Host of the popular Explore Your Spirit with Kala Podcast show, Kala’s teachings are described as empowering and inspiring. A highly interactive teacher on a mission to educate, entertain and inspire, she is a motivational speaker and teacher at numerous centers and conferences including the Omega Institute, Edgar Cayce’s ARE, LilyDale Assembly, John Edward’s Infinite Quest, and the Learning Annex.
As a columnist, Kala writes about conscious living on her Musings Blog, HuffPo, Venture Inward and formerly as the National Metaphysical Spirituality Writer and National Haunted History Writer for the Examiner.
Thank you to everyone involved for supporting me on book tour! It was wonderful to spend time with you all!
What an amazing book tour! Not only was I in every kind of book store throughout the state, I also spoke at a ton of book clubs, indie stores, museums and appeared on NBC17 to talk about the ghosts of NC! I was covered in almost every newspaper in the state and appeared on national and local radio stations all throughout October. One of my most favorite talks was at RTP180, a TedTalk type of event, where I answered amazing questions from the audience, from reincarnation theories to life after death. This tour ended in the most perfect way, at the Grove Park Inn!
Kala has taught around the country at the Omega Institute, LilyDale Assembly, the Learning Annex in NYC, Edgar Cayce's ARE, John Edward Presents Infinite Quest and online in her Academy of Mystical Arts.
Study this course and many others here online at Kala’s Academy of Mystical Arts & Spiritual Sciences
The charming and delightful Kala Ambrose has invited me on her radio program Explore Your Spirit with Kala many times, and I have always thoroughly enjoyed myself. In the pages of her fascinating new book Ghosthunting North Carolina, she has invited all of us to join her on a haunted road trip through North Carolina, and once again, I found myself completely enjoying the journey. Kala received the “gift” of paranormal talents, including the ability to see and sense spirits, when she was only a child. She generously shares this gift with her readers as she explores a remarkable number of haunted houses and places in North Carolina. I very much appreciated Kala’s sharing the history of some of these very famous locations, as well as her psychic impressions of certain ethereal residents who have never left their beloved homes. Kala allows us to perceive her insights into a wide range of ghostly entities from the frightening to the benign, from the violent to the gentle. I highly recommend this book.”—Brad Steiger, author of over 170 books, including Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places.
“Not everyone can write a ghost story. Luckily for us, Kala Ambrose can. In Ghosthunting North Carolina, Kala takes us on a fabulous armchair road-trip featuring pirates, flaming ghost ships, haunted hotels, and spirits of every persuasion, including the friendly, the eerie, and the downright scary. Kala also provides clear, concise, user-friendly instructions on how to transform a virtual trip into an actual one. I, for one, was ready to start driving to and through North Carolina as soon as I finished Ghosthunting North Carolina. I suspect you will be, too.”–Judika Illes, author of The Encyclopedia of Spirits, The Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells, and The Weiser Field Guide to Witches
“A road trip with a difference! Kala Ambrose explores the spectacular beauty of the Tar Heel State while using her psychic skills to seek beneath the surface for the phantom soldiers, pink ladies and lost spirits who still inhabit the houses or wander the roads of this beautiful landscape. A skillful mix of lore and legend, which will linger on in the reader’s mind long after the book has been closed. “ — Dr. Bob Curran, author of Dark Fairies, Vampires: A Field Guide to the Creatures that Stalk the Night, Lost Lands, Forgotten Realms and over 24 additional books on paranormal lore.
If you’re into all-things-spooky, spectral and spine-tingling, then Kala Ambrose’s Ghosthunting North Carolina is the book for you! Best devoured on the proverbial dark and stormy night!”–Nick Redfern, author of The Real Men in Black.
“I’m actually starting to plan a NC vacation based on this book! It might take a year of planning, but I can think of no better way to spend a few weeks than scoping out some of the wonderfully spooky places that are mentioned in this book!”— Mrs. B’s blog
"Three Charlotte Ghosts to Bust this October. OCTOBER IS NEARLY HERE, and on the month of Halloween, events around Charlotte often tie into the creepiest of holidays. This year, let’s double down on the spooky and try to find one of Charlotte’s famous ghosts, which come from stories long-told by natives. Here are a few of our favorite tales printed in the magazine and elsewhere over the years. 2. McGlohon Theater in Uptown. Named for the jazz pianist Loonis McGlohon, the former First Baptist Church located in Spirit Square became a performing arts theater in 1980. (It had been a church for 71 years prior to that.) According to Kala Ambrose’s Ghosthunting North Carolina, several reports reference a young, singing girl when the theater is empty. In particular, the tunes are said to be church hymns”. – Andy Smith, Charlotte Magazine
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