PRLog - Oct. 11, 2012 - SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Local paranormal author and investigator, Bud Steed, has penned another intriguing book on southern haunts. Haunted Mississippi Gulf Coast is a collection of ghostly stories with the history behind the tales. “I was fascinated with the area and interested in the idea of how the hurricanes may have affected this region in a paranormal way,” states Bud.
This is Bud Steed’s second book. “The Haunted Natchez Trace,” also released in 2012, tells some of the stories and paranormal occurrences along the old road that spans from Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. This book was inspired by things told to him by an older man who stopped to help Bud as he had a motorcycle breakdown on the Trace. “I decided to investigate these stories and separate reality from legend” said Bud.
Bud Steed and The Ozarks Paranormal Society were featured in the Travel Channel’s Legends of the Ozarks. They investigated the Wilson’s Creek battlefield near Springfield, Missouri.
Bud Steed lives in the Springfield, Missouri area with his wife, Jennifer, and their 4 children. He has 2 more books that he is writing at this time.