On March 1, 1910, an avalanche rocketed down the mountains and descended on two trains filled with passengers and railroad employees. Those trains were sitting on a passing track in the tiny, mountain town of Wellington, Washington. At least 96 people died. Nearly 100 years later, in 2009, paranormal journalist Karen Frazier visited the avalanche disaster site. What she discovered there changed her life forever. Karen, and many others who have spent time at Wellington, believe it is haunted. Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts of Wellington is part historical account, part ghost story, and part personal memoir. In the story, past and present join in a spellbinding combination that may just change your belief in ghosts.
Karen Frazier is the Managing Editor and a journalist for Paranormal Underground magazine. In that capacity, she's written articles about a number of paranormal topics, including UFOs, ghosts, paranormal investigation, reincarnation, and many others. She also is the moderator of Paranormal Underground's podcast, Paranormal Underground Presents . . . In addition to Avalanche of Spirits, Karen has written Lessons of Many Lives, cowritten with Melissa Watts, and the upcoming book, Supernatural! Exploring the Mysteries of Our Universe. She is the cofounder and director of Productions and Public Relations for Ghost Knight Media, LLC. She is also the creator of The Namasté Project. Karen lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two sons, and four dogs. For more information, visit her Website at www.karenfrazier.com.
Bert and Jayme Coates are investigators of the Wellington Avalanche area and join Karen, Mark and Barb discussing their findings on many of their investigations of the Wellington Avalanche area.