It isn't the chair rocking by itself that sends the young family fleeing in the middle of the night. It's when it stops rocking and all hell breaks loose. This family needs help. Enter PEEPs (Paranormal Entity Exposure Partners), armed with the latest hi-tech gear and the ghost communication abilities of Mia Cooper. But this isn't a normal case. Some of the ghosts aren't playing fair. Some of them are armed.
Little Mia Cooper's ability to see the dead made her an outcast in her hometown. Several years later, she has finally managed to blend in, but her hard-won peace is threatened by the arrival of a bumbling team of paranormal investigators. Mia is drawn in reluctantly as an advisor on what, at first, seems to be a fairly straightforward case, only to discover that the Hollow has much more in store for her. An ancient evil is rising in Cold Creek Hollow. What begins as a ghost hunt will become a fight for survival.
"completely captivating and longing for more!"
A sensitive and two ghost hunters walk into a bar. The barman is silent and the barflies long dead. It sounds like the start of a joke, but it's not. An active haunt in a derelict biker bar on Route 66 is a dream come true for the PEEPs team, until it turns violent. Join Mia Cooper and the PEEPs team on an adventure from the cultural confines of Chicago's Field Museum down Route 66 to Lucky's Bar, where evil is always on tap.
Mike, the face of Paranormal Entity Exposure Partners (PEEPs) has led with his Hollywood jaw, projecting his good looks, while hiding a very important secret from his colleagues. He's been haunted since he was a child. This may have been the impetus behind him co-founding PEEPs, but it has also kept him from enjoying a good night's sleep.
"Cozy, Crazy, Spooky and Spectacular"
October thirtieth is a beautiful day. Partly cloudy skies top the Carver County Corn Maze where Ted Martin is testing his new micro-com technology on the determined puzzle solvers. It's a beautiful view from the spotter's tower with all the colorful flags dancing above the cornstalks, marking the progress of the individual groups. But one flag hasn't moved in a while. It was issued to two teenage couples and their two young charges.