Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts of Wellington
Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts of Wellington
“I was immediately captivated by the story of Wellington,” Frazier says. “I had no idea of the history of the place until I visited it. It’s a very unique place,” she continued. “You walk in and can’t help but feel the weight of what took place there.”
March 1, 2010, was the 100-year anniversary of the avalanche that took more than 96 lives and eventually led to the town of Wellington disappearing off of the map.
“I wasn’t entirely convinced that ghosts were real,” Frazier says, “and then I visited Wellington. After the things that I have experienced there, I am a believer.”
Perhaps more significantly, according to Frazier, her husband Jim also became a believer after visiting Wellington.
“That’s pretty stunning,” Frazier says. “Jim has a strong scientific background in nuclear engineering, and I never thought I’d see the day where he would believe in something as impossible to prove as ghosts.”
Frazier’s book covers the history of the avalanche and town, experiences of paranormal investigators and visitors to Wellington, as well as a chronicle of Frazier’s own experiences while investigating Wellington this past summer.
“When I was there, I promised the ghosts that I would tell their story,” Frazier says. “This book is how I decided to tell it.”
Living in a WWII‐era apartment in her early 20s where very strange things happened on a regular basis set Karen Frazier on a lifelong search for answers aboutthe unexplained. Since then, Karen has sought out
paranormal experiences in order to better understand the things that we can’ see or explain. Karen is a reporter and the Managing Editor for Paranormal Underground Magazine. In that capacity, she has investigated and written about a number of paranormal and scientific phenomena including reincarnation, quantum physics, near‐death experiences, human consciousness, brain science, ghosts, cryptids, UFOs and more.
She has also interviewed some of the top paranormal experts and para‐celebrities including noted UFOlogist Stanton T. Friedman, Ghost Adventures Zak Bagans, ITC researcher Mark Macy and many others. She is the moderator and producer of the Paranormal Underground Presents….podcast – a monthly podcast that talks to leaders in the paranormal field. She also writes a daily blog at www.paranormalunderground.net. Karen is the Director of Productions and Public Relations for Ghost Knight Media. She is also the author of Lessons of Many Lives, co‐written with past life regression hypnotherapist Melissa Watts; Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts of Wellington, and the upcoming Supernatural! Exploring the Mysteries of Our Universe (due out in July of 2010). Karen is also the founder of The Namaste Project, and she is currently writing a book about her experiences called My 100 Days of Namaste: A Soccer Mom Takes on the Namaste Project. For most of her life, Karen defined herself as an agnostic about most things paranormal or unexplained – including ghosts, UFO, and God. “I’d never really seen any evidence that firmly convinced me one way or another,” she says. “And then I went to Wellington. That was a game changer.” Karen firmly believes she has encountered ghosts at Wellington. Last summer, she spent hundreds of hours at the site of the worst avalanche disaster in the history of the United States. The result is her book, Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts of Wellington in which she shares the experiences she had that led her to believe in ghosts, and ultimately, the existence of the human soul. On February 29 – March 1, 2010, Karen and a group of paranormal investigators from NWPIA hiked through the snow into Wellington to share the 100‐year anniversary of the avalanche disaster with the ghosts there. She plans to spend much of her upcoming summer at Wellington, as well.
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