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Haunt Jaunts Welcomes Guest Blogger Elizabeth Eagan Cox

If Elizabeth Eagan Cox‘s name sounds familiar, that’s either because you’ve read one of the books in her Shannon Delaney paranormal mystery series or you read the interview where we got cozy with her. Or you recognize her name from the list of sponsors who’ve donated something to HJ’s anniversary bash giveaways.

(Speaking of which, there’s still time to enter for a chance to win the Coffee and Book Lovers prize pack. Which includes the first book in Elizabeth’s series, A Ghost of a Chance.)

At any rate, I asked if she’d be game on a guest post after learning she Haunt Jaunts on her vacations too. She said yes and is going to treat us to a post about Colonial Williamsburg. (A place very high on my list of places to jaunt to soon.)

Look for it Tuesday. (It’s #traveltuesday on Twitter. I figured it’d be great to inject some #paranormal fun on Travel Tuesday with her article.)

And, as usual, if you happen to like what you read, leave a comment letting her know. (I’ve had an advance peak and I think you’re going to really enjoy what she’s got for us.)

Courtney Mroch
Courtney Mroch, otherwise known as HJ's Ambassador of Dark and Paranormal Tourism, is an author, traveler, and ghost enthusiast. When she's not writing, jaunting, or planning her next trip, it's a safe bet you'll find her in one of three places: on a tennis court somewhere, on a yoga mat somewhere, or watching a horror movie somewhere. She currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

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4 thoughts on “Haunt Jaunts Welcomes Guest Blogger Elizabeth Eagan Cox

  1. Hi Autumn;

    I had fun wrtiting this article and it is based on experience. I’ve vactioned twice in Colonial Williamsburg as recenlty as 2005 and 2007. Traveling there from the Pacific coast is quite a day-long flight each way, but well worth it.

    One aspect that I love is that my ancestry goes back to this area. Recently I discovered and documented the fact that my ancestors, a French refugee couple (husband and wife) came to the colonies in the very late 1600s and petitioned for citizenship in 1704. Well, at the vert first government assembly at the ‘new’ courthouse, built in 1704… my French ancestors were among the first group of naturalization petitioners granted official citizenship, it is in the court records and the request was honored on April 24, 1704.

    The original courthouse is a central building/site in Colonial Williamsburg and is often used to portray re-enactments (that I mention in the article) including witch trials and pirate trials!

    Another aspect I love, is that a person can just stroll about for free, soak in the ambiance and visit historical buildings, take a bite to eat at a colonial tavern, all on on their own. And it is safe to do so at night, or any time of day.

    PS…the best coffee is at the book store 😉

    Elizabeth Eagan-Cox

  2. Can’t wait to hear about your experience in Williamsburg. I was there in 2005 but only saw it in the daytime. It was hot and humid but we still had a good time. That place has lots of history and ghost sightings.

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