New Book Details Business Owner's Terrifying Paranormal Ordeal
Author Ron Di Orio takes readers through "What Really Happened at Cormier Station"
"What Really Happened at Cormier Station: The Memoirs of a Haunted Building," (M&B Global Solutions Inc.) is the true paranormal account of Di Orio's chilling efforts to build a successful business while unlocking the secrets of a building once known as Cormier Station. In the process of freeing the spirits trapped within the building's walls, Di Orio had to win a supernatural battle against his own internal demons and protect his wife from the powerful alter ego who possessed his very being.
"Ron Di Orio has written what may well be one of the most chillingly detailed, compellingly researched, and just plain frightening true ghost stories ever," notes Michael Norman, author of Haunted Heartland and Haunted Wisconsin. "His compelling narrative will haunt me for a long time!"
"What Really Happened at Cormier Station," is available on Amazon in paperback and digital formats at https://amzn.to/
About the Author
Ron Di Orio is a decorated United States Navy Veteran who was born and raised in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He moved to Green Bay, Wisconsin, after his navy career to be near family and eventually became the owner of a furniture restoration business housed in a historic building previously known as Cormier Way Station #2907.
While not a writer by training, Di Orio soon developed a passion for sharing the stories of Cormier Station and the people who passed through its doors. He spent nearly a decade researching the building and compiling early versions of what would turn out to be this book's manuscript, working with editors and other collaborators in bringing the project to completion.
About M&B Global Solutions Inc.
M&B Global Solutions offers author coaching and comprehensive book publishing services, including online and offline marketing, video production and website design. For more information about M&B Global Solutions, visit http://mandbglobalsolutions.com/
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