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About Joanna Foreman
Joanna Foreman was born in Indianapolis and at one time lived so close to the Indy 500 Speedway she heard the roar of the race on Memorial Day. She later lived on Second Street in Louisville Kentucky close to Churchill Downs and listened to the trumpet sounding at the beginning of each race. She currently resides in a much quieter environment, on two wooded acres in Southern Indiana. Ms. Foreman has published her collection of ghost stories in Ghostly Hauntings of Interstate 65, and has several works of fiction in the anthologies of Melange-Books, and Southern Indiana Writers Group, of which she has been a member for the past 10 years. Her memoir, the story of her childhood growing up as a Jehovah's Witness, is available as "The Know-It-All Girl" published in January, 2013.
How did the pristine, red 1968 Mustang arrive on Interstate-65 at midnight without a driver?
Oh sure, the fortune teller had warned of a little girl in trouble, but why had she said nothing about pink?
Sacred bones, of a prostitute no less, are unearthed during Interstate construction. See how she solves the mystery of a long-forgotten murder.
The mansion was moved in preparation for the new highway, but what about the solid gold coffin in the cellar?
If you like ghosts, history or a combination of both, this is the book for you!
A college student takes home a puppy, in spite of the landlord's strict No Pets policy. What's the worst
that can happen?
A little girl overhears someone call her Mommy and Daddy's visiting friend a man-eater. How can she, her stuffed
armadillo and her inflatable Tyrannosaurus Rex protect their home from a dangerous predator?
Can a teenage girl attract the love of her life with something none of the other girls have: a live monkey?
A young scribe in ancient Egypt and the temple cat he can't get rid of go fishing... for hippopotamus?
Are there rabbits in heaven?
Beastly questions posed and answered in Beastly Tales, Southern Indiana Writers' 13th Volume in the Indian Creek Anthology Series.