Haunted Objects and Horrifying Hexes Haunt My Heart


The story of Haunt My Heart is based on the idea that a Civil War soldier is hexed and his spirit is trapped in a fetter (a haunted object).

It’s not a new idea. In fact, stories of haunted objects have enchanted and terrified both believers and nonbelievers for centuries.

Here are a few of the most interesting stories:

10 Most Haunted Objects Of All Time

Top Ten Haunted Items and Possessed Possesions in the World

And if you’d like to purchase a haunted object of your very own, apparently you can on Ebay.


This little old lady in Austin has a haunted sword for sale. Gotta love that. https://austin.craigslist.org/atq/4786268922.html

Buyer beware!

Want to read? Haunt My Heart is available on AMAZON now in e-book and print.

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A Civil War soldier is hexed and dies to save his men. Can he find true love to live again?

Sarah Knight has a job she’s good at, a quirky BFF and a boyfriend who’s bad for her. When Sarah unearths a Civil War artifact on a ghost hunt at Chatham Manor in Fredericksburg, VA, she brings home more than a souvenir.

Lieutenant James “Tanner” Dawson fought for the Union, working as a supernatural liaison for his Major General in a secret Masonic offset called the Brothers of Peril. When he’s hexed by a witch, he learns the only way to save his men is to die himself. But death is not the end. Awakening 150 years later, he knows if he wants to be corporeal again, he has to find true love to break the hex: a task no easier in 21st century than it was in the 19th.

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3 Responses to Haunted Objects and Horrifying Hexes Haunt My Heart

  1. Hmmm. I live near Austin. Maybe I should look this lady with the sword up. . . .

  2. I hope the lady finds someone to take the haunted sword off her hands. Not something I would want to mess with. Don’t have the calling to handle haunting.