Life in a Haunted House


I have just completed my latest book: Come Eddy Cut — Life in a Haunted House. This e-book is a fictionalized story of a family that moved to Hartford, Connecticut, only to discover that their new home was haunted by a mother and her two children who had died in a fire in the early 1920’s. The harassments this family experienced are drawn from the experiences of harassment victims I’ve worked with from around the world. Names ad descriptions have been changed to protect the privacy of the former harassment victims.

Below is an excerpt from Come Eddy Cut:

Excerpt from Come Eddy Cut:

“The next morning after driving Cara to preschool, Ginger returned home and went straight to the attic. The double paned windows were closed and locked. From the side window, she could see into the attic next door. But she couldn’t hear a sound from outside, not even the distant sound of traffic. At the memory of the child’s cry, a chill tripped its way up Ginger’s spine and lingered at the roots of her hair.

An eerie feeling settled over her, forcing her gaze to turn in the direction of the trunk she had noticed the first time she came to the attic. Perhaps there was something in the trunk that would offer some insight into what was going on.

Heart in her throat, Ginger crossed to the center of the attic and knelt beside the trunk. The lid was closed, but a tug on the handle caused the lid to spring open. Released from its confines, a musty odor arose from the trunk and seemed to fill the attic.

Wrinkling her nose, Ginger reached for a rectangular object wrapped in crimson silk and tied with a black ribbon. The object was thin and flat – about the dimensions of a Monopoly board, but thicker. Curious, Ginger tugged on the ribbon to untie the black bow. The crimson silk fell away to reveal what appeared to be a home-made wooden Ouija Board. The board had no planchette, but a long thin box beside where the board had lain contained a gold-plated chain with a small gold amulet attached to one end. As Ginger picked up the chain, she felt an electrical charge run through her hand and up the length of her arm, causing her to gasp and drop the pendulum.

Frightened now, Ginger tossed the board and pendulum back into the trunk and slammed the lid closed. As she stood to leave, she could have sworn she heard a groan! End of Excerpt

Come Eddy Cut is now available through my website in pdf format: and will soon be available in other formats through Amazon and Smashwords.

Come Eddy Cut – Life in a Haunted House – is the first in a series of e-books I plan to write about people who have either wittingly or unwittingly invited demonic spirits into their lives, and are now at their wit’s end as to what must be done to cast the spirits out. At the end of this e-book (and all the other books in the series), I am including a list of the harassments this family experienced (in case the reader missed some of them), plus a copy of my Open Doors list of over 80 things that open the door for demonic spirits to come into our lives.

The next book in the series (which I’m already working on) will be entitled “The Psychic.”

About Stacie Spielman

Hi. I'm Stacie Spielman, author of the true story Betrayed by Her Guardian Angel. If you're familiar with my website at, you already know that for years after putting Betrayed on my website as a free download, I had a personal phone and Skype ministry working with victims of demonic harassment to help them break free of the demons in their lives. The articles on this site are based on personal experience and on the experiences of harassment victims I've worked with from around the world. For more information, visit my website at Note: I no longer work with harassment victims one on one. Instead, I've returned to my former love: writing Romances. To date, my romances include Braddigan's Folly, The Contract, Cute and Sassy, Burgers and Caviar, and my current project The Bagel Tree.
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