A lifelong Texan and San Antonio resident, Docia Schultz-Williams is a member of the Texas Poetry Society as well as the co-creator of The Spirits of San Antonio tour. Included within her many books, poems and essays are insights into paranormal phenomenon surrounding Texas folklore and legend.
Ghosts Along The Texas Coast
Who could've guessed that the Texas Gulf Coast was such a haven for the mysterious? Yet the region has (is) been rampant with ghostly apparitions of shipwrecked pirates, lovers lost at sea, wayfaring explorers and noble savages deprived of their native lands, all concealed by the veneer of conceptual reality. In this intensely researched work, an adventurous Docia Schultz Williams and some eager ghost hunters delve deeper into the Texas region's phantom past...and present.
Best Tales of Texas Ghosts
Texas has more than its fair share of 'ghosts on the range', exhibited in Williams detailed analog of her investigations into the paranormal realm of phantoms, poltergeists, hauntings and other 'spectral' sightings in and around the Lone Star state. Intriguing mysteries abound such as La Marque resident Catherine Polk's haunted portrait of her ancestor, strange occurrences at The Alamo, even a battleship in Corpus Christi seemingly possessed with a life of its own. Williams does a good job to objectively state facts rather than sensationalize myths, going to great lengths in verifying various claims of paranormal activity.