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Paranormal Texas – Free Necklace Deal!

Here's an example of how the actual glass cabochon pendant necklaces look! (c) Tui Snider
Here’s an example of how the actual glass cabochon pendant necklaces look! (c) Tui Snider

Love Haunted Places? Want a Unique Necklace?

Yes, I make jewelry, too!
I make unique pendant necklaces featuring some of the beautiful images I have photographed in historic cemeteries all around the world.

Here’s the special free necklace deal:
If you preorder the ebook for $2.99, I’ll either send you a copy of the paperback when it comes out OR I’ll send you one of my handmade necklace of your choice. Let me know which one you would like. But hurry: I only have 25 books and 15 necklaces left to give out!

Here’s how to get your FREE necklace:
1. Simply pre-order Paranormal Texas for only $2.99 (This is less than half-price. The eBook will sell for at least $5.50 when it’s released.)
2. Here’s a direct link to the book: Paranormal Texas 
3. Email me your receipt at TuiSnider at gmail dot com.
4. Tell me which necklace design you want in your email. (I numbered them in the graphic below.) OR if you want the paperback instead of a necklace, let me know.
5. Include your snail mail address so I can send you a unique necklace created from my historic cemetery photos as a thank you!

Fine print: This is a limited time offer and applies to US residents only. (Can’t afford postage elsewhere.) Offer good while supplies last. Enjoy!

Historic Cemetery pendant necklaces (c) Tui Snider
Historic Cemetery pendant necklaces (c) Tui Snider


Thank you for your support!
Writing books and giving talks is my day job! I greatly appreciate your support and I hope you enjoy wearing your necklace.  ~Tui

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  1. Michael J Schumann Michael J Schumann


    Enjoyed your interview on C2C immensely and I’m looking forward to reading your new book Paranormal Texas 2nd edition hopefully for Halloween this year if all goes well. Your enthusiasm for the paranormal is infectious and refreshing at the same time if I may say so, despite having to deal with such a dark subject or disturbing one at times as I’ve had some negative experiences myself in recent times. Just be careful that you avoid any more negative attachments because I’ve had my own struggles with them during the last several years and they are truly vexing… 🤔

    Keep up the good work you are doing though I would caution that you maintain a hedge of Spiritual protection around you while engaging in these dark investigations as you well know. The need for answers to the mysteries of this World are long and deep, I just hope that I’m around when they are forthcoming. Your contributions will be important and remembered I’m sure because there are too many amateurs flooding the field unable to provide proper documentation through publication as you are doing. I’m sure volumes 3 then 4 won’t be too far behind your most recent edition, after all Texas is a BIG State.

    Best wishes always,
    thank you for all of your efforts.


    Mike S

    • Thank you so much, Michael! I hope you enjoy reading Paranormal Texas, and thank you so much for tuning into Coast to Coast AM the other night! Thanks, too, for the reminder to keep up my “spiritual hygiene.” Sorry to hear you’ve had some bad experiences! And you are so right: Texas is a mighty big state! It’s certainly keeping me busy exploring, learning, and writing. Thanks again and take care! :) ~Tui

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