So today we're sitting down with Author Vicky Crew Fuller who has released her book, "They Come When You're Alone". Paranormal enthusiasts are going to enjoy this walk into a realistic haunting. Fuller brings to life her experiences over the years with paranormal entities that will leave you feeling chills.
TOC: Thanks so much for joining us at Tears of Crimson, Vicky. I know our readers would love to discover more about you and your new book. When you talk about paranormal entities visiting you, what do you consider them to be?
VCF: I have given this alot of thought. I think I have been visited by 3 kinds of beings. When I was little, living in my grandmother's house, it was definitely dark and evil entities.
As a young adult, I saw in my dreams...alien beings that I interacted with on a nightly basis. Then I asked to see with my own eyes....and was revealed to me in a lucid dream an angel of light or a spirit of light. I do not know exactly who they are. But it feels like I know them.
TOC: You say that you were forced to grow up in a haunted house. Tell us a little more about this experience and the impact it had on you.
VCF: My Mom and Dad had gotten a divorce, and Mom moved all of us into her Mother's house (my Granny). I felt uncomfortable at the beginning. I was 8 years old. I kept hearing people walking around at night. I heard clapping sounds...thousands of people clapping. I could hear a rocking chair creaking back and forth. I told people what I felt and what I heard but they just laughed at me.
TOC: How does it make you feel when people try to discount your experiences?
VCF: For some reason, it doesn't make me feel bad at all. I know what I felt and what I saw. It doesn't matter what they think. There are always people out there who do know what I am talking about because they have the same experiences.
TOC: Why do you think that these entities choose to visit certain people, and not others?
VCF: I think they visit everyone. Just certain people know they are there.
TOC: Do you think that most of your experiences stem from growing up in the haunted location?
VCF: No. I think I am extremely sensitive and I can feel them where ever they may be living. I will never forget one time visiting a friend of mine in her new apartment. This was in Atlanta and these apartments were very old. I immediately felt sick to my stomach....made a mental note that I would NEVER have a girls night out at this place. I felt a heaviness. Someone was watching me. Later on I found out from her that when she was exploring the atic area for the building.....she was up there and a hideous growling sound came at her. She got out of there as fast as she could. She told the other tenants this story during a barbeque. They told her: "Oh so you've met the little people that live here." She asked them what they were talking about. They in flat terms told her that a group of "little people" lived within the walls of the building and come out at night. They don't like people coming into the attic. Well, I already knew crap was going on in that building. And today, if I ever drive by it...I feel it long before I see it.
TOC: Did these haunting's affect other members of your family or did it single you out?
VCF: Well, as a matter of fact, it also affected my cousin and Aunt who lived there after we moved out. My cousin Michelle Hughes saw a little girl standing at the foot of the bed....she had no mouth.
TOC: How often are you visited by this beings today?
VCF: I am not visited by them any more. I found out that all you have to do is tell them...NO MORE.....and they will stop. It's like somewhere in the past, you had invited them in.
TOC: Has anything positive come out of the experiences you've had?
VCF: Yes.......the last lady that came to see me was a very positive one. However, I was so frightened by it, I just said "no more". It's been years now, but I have recently decided, I want to see her again.
TOC: So tell us a little more about your background in entertainment. We've heard that you use to be a puppeteer?
VCF: Yes, I love puppets. My acting teacher in college was friends with a lady who ran a local T.V. kids show on the NBC affiliate. She needed help from students for the production of the show. So I became a weekly guest on Young World. I did my little puppet "Artie Bear". We filmed on Monday and the show came on each Saturday and Sunday afternoon. I will never forget it when my puppet got to sing "Mother of Mine" to my Mom on Mother's Day. She saw it air on Mother's Day Sunday.
TOC: Where can people go to find out more about you and your work?
VCF: They can visit my Blog, Facebook page, and also watch a video image of my book on Youtube. Find the book on Amazon. But...be aware that you will feel and relive with me....all.