Tui Snider- Upbeat, Offbeat and Unexpected

Meet Tui Snider, North Texas author, speaker, and photographer who lectures frequently at universities, bookstores, libraries and conferences. Most recently, Paranormal Texas, 2nd edition is available via pre-order on Amazon, and officially launches on September 19, 2019.

Think paranormal activity only happens at night? Think again. And did you know that haunted elevators are a thing? And what, exactly, is the most common name for North Texas ghosts? These are just a few of the surprising trends author Tui Snider discovered while researching her latest book, Paranormal Texas, 2nd edition.

For instance, on a paranormal investigation at a haunted hotel, paranormal investigators had an encounter with Snider’s ghostlydoppelgänger. “I used to think doppelgängers were mere folklore,” Tui explains, “But when mine showed up at the Olde Park Hotel, I was stunned. We even recorded her voice and she sounded exactly like me!”

Snider’s new book helps paranormal enthusiasts, ghost hunters, curiosity seekers, and history buffs find haunted places in the DFW area. The author doesn’t just tell you about haunted places, she gives readers addresses and websites so you can plan a haunted road trip of your own. According to Para Mysteries radio host, Teal Gray, “Paranormal Texas is a thrilling travel guide to haunted places in the DFW area. It offers armchair thrills as well as exciting road trip opportunities.”

This exciting new update of Snider’s popular travel guide to haunted places in North Texas now includes over 100 photos, new venues, and even more haunted history than the original. “Every book I write takes research, but Paranormal Texas is different. Researching this book meant attending official ghost hunts with paranormal researchers. It was a lot of fun and I learned surprising things along the way.”

Check out all of her bestselling books including Unexpected Texas, Paranormal Texas, Understanding Cemetery Symbols, 100 Things to Do in Dallas – Fort Worth Before You Die, and more. Tui enjoys connecting with readers all over the globe on Twitter as @TuiSnider and through her website: If you are a UFO enthusiast, you can see her at the 28th Annual International UFO Congress September 6th in Phoenix, Arizona, where she is a guest speaker. Too far? You can make a shorter drive to Hugo, Oklahoma Saturday September 28th at an eventbfocused on saving the historic Frisco Train Depot.

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