Author Talk with Ghost Historian Kandra Payne
Join the Santa Fe Public Library for an author talk with ghost historian Kandra Payne to celebrate the release of her new book Haunted Creede.
Where: Online (Zoom invitation)
Wednesday, September 30th at 6 p.m.
Register here https://tinyurl.com/y22fnybq
About Haunted Creede:
Brave men and women came to seek their fortunes in the rough-and-tumble boomtown of Creede. Miners, merchants, dance hall girls, gunslingers and gamblers still haunt its streets and halls. How many ghosts are thought to haunt the historic Creede Hotel? How did the baddest man in camp meet his untimely end, and what do the old-timers say is buried under the floorboards at Freemon’s Ranch? What happened the night an actress from the Creede Repertory Theatre summoned a ghost to join her on stage? Author Kandra Payne matches fascinating historic details with spine-tingling tales to find out what made the Creede Camp one of the wildest and spookiest boomtowns in the West.
Kandra Payne is a native of Creede, Colorado, and holds a degree in drama from the Colorado College. She worked six seasons at the Creede Repertory Theatre before becoming an equity stage manager. She’s lived and worked in most of the great cities of this country, including Chicago, Seattle, New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. Now a resident of Santa Fe, she still spends her summers in Creede, telling ghost stories to just about anyone who will listen.
Watch the book trailer here