Monday, June 3, 2013

Haunted Lafayette to hit bookstores in September!

    Ghost stories abound in the Cajun and Creole city of Lafayette, Louisiana, from those lost in Civil War skirmishes and fever outbreaks to the former living who can’t say goodbye. “Haunted Lafayette, Louisiana” by The History Press takes readers inside some of the most historic sites in South Louisiana, including haunted bed and breakfasts, restaurants and entertainment venues — even the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In addition, there are the back roads and cemeteries where spirits linger, pirates who refuse to leave and ancient French legends hiding in the swamps, bayous and woods.
      Join long-time journalist and ghost seeker Cheré Dastugue Coen as she visits Lafayette’s haunted sites and travels the countryside in search of ghostly legends found only in South Louisiana.
    “Haunted Lafayette, Louisiana” will be on bookstore shelves in September, 2013! But follow this blog for a taste of what's to come.


  1. Thank you Chere for speaking for those who have moved into the non-physical and are having difficulty letting go of this earth plane. Some of us move freely into the light when we die, and others don't want to let go as they feel they have unfinished work and must stay. Some of those stories you have shared! Much love and success in serving the Un-dead!

    Allyson Glynn Schram
    Psychic Medium

  2. Thank you Allyson. You were such a great help with the book. I hope you approve. I think you will love the chapter on Arnaudville.

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  4. I look forward to reading your book, Chere.
    Jim Phillips