Book by Oliver Phipps
The House on Cooper Lane. Ghosts and ghost towns. The Civil War and Samurai. Oliver Phipps’ work includes a broad spectrum of exciting tales and adventures.
The House on Cooper Lane
It’s 1984 and all Bud Fisher wants to do is find a place to live in Madison Louisiana. With his dog Badger, they come across a beautiful old mansion that was converted into apartments.
Something should have felt odd when he discovers nobody lives in the apartments. To make matters worse, the owner is reluctant to let him rent one. Eventually he negotiates an apartment in the historic old house, but soon finds he’s not quite as alone as he thought. What ghostly secret has the owner failed to share?
Ghosts and ghost towns. The Civil War and Samurai. Oliver Phipps’ work includes a broad spectrum of exciting tales and adventures. From true ghost stories to Flamenco dancing, there is something for almost everyone. Much of Oliver Phipps’ work has foundations in real events from his life. The House on Cooper Lane is based on Oliver’s experience’s living in a haunted house and his confrontation with the ghosts in that house. Ghosts of Company K is also based on an actual haunting event that Oliver experienced as a young boy.Oliver has traveled throughout Alaska and visited real Alaskan ghost towns. In Tears of Abandon, the lost ghost town of Whisper is based on real experiences from Oliver’s time in Alaska and the desolate ghost towns he visited while in that still rugged wilderness.
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“The House on Cooper Lane builds suspense instead of throwing fear at you with every turn. I liked watching Bud as he attempted to figure out what was going on in the apartment complex. On the one hand, I was curious why he wasn’t suspicious of the vacant home, but on the other hand, he really didn’t have a choice. It was stay there or sleep in his car.”