by Bunny Comer-Hofer
Author Bunny Comer-Hofer shares a dark, mysterious memory she had years ago as a child in the gripping pages of this memoir. Bunny’s Hauntings is based on a true story of the author as an eleven-year-old girl entering the world of the unknown.
Newly divorced Rose Langston finds a home to settle daughter Bunny and her siblings into, outside of town. She hopes that a brand new home with a pool will help them begin a new life. But the dream home quickly becomes a nightmare starting with the first night they are there, with a scream that shakes all of them to their core. Rose, a commercial artist is a workaholic, leaning on Silkie who had helped raise Bunny’s father, to run the household and help with the kids. Level-headed Rose refuses to believe in the paranormal and fights to keep her family safe but can’t ignore something is terribly wrong as more unexplained events unfold.
The experiences through the next year in the home would be solidly imprinted on the author, shaping her life into adulthood and giving her strength to face the challenges throughout her life. She invites everyone to witness what she and her family experienced as they walk with her down memory lane.