Katherine Kerestman Prowls Around Haunted Towers, Crumbling Castles, and Ghoulish Graveyards 

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Katherine Kerestman holds a B.A. degree from John Carroll University

and a Master of Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University. She loves

to travel, especially to destinations with literary and macabre associations,

including Transylvania, Whitby, Salem, and Stonehenge. She has joined her

literary, historical and macabre proclivities together into her first non-fiction title,

     Winner of the 2022

Literary Titan Book Award!

 Kerestman takes her readers on a deliciously macabre journey to destinations near and far; across the United States, Europe, China, and Mexico -- exploring not only well known sites such a Dracula's Castle in Transylvania, or the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River, Massachusetts, but traveling down paths perhaps a bit less well trodden, such as Adams, Tennessee's Bell Witch cave, and the graveyard in Evans City, Pennsylvania, made famous in director George Romero's genre-defining classic film, Night of the Living Dead.  Instead of simply rehashing the same old travelogue mantra, Kerestman dives deep into the culture, the cuisine, the humanity of each site she visits, and shares her discoveries with her fans. Creepy Cat's stories are about her travels to places with a common theme: a relation to a macabre tale,  involving experiences that humans all over the earth, and throughout the ages, share: wonder and fear. In literary jargon, these feelings are known as The Sublime.

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