Sea Snow: the gentle haunting of a 19th century lighthouse

In Sea Snow, we open Rose Martin's journal and read the words of a southern woman transported by love and distance to a rocky island lighthouse, one mile off the Massachusetts coast. There, we discover the details of daily life at the turn of the 20th century: the challenges, the joys, and, in Rose's case, the love and supernatural forces that part the veil between the living and the dead. More

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About Kathryn Wood

Kathryn Louise Wood was born in Washington, North Carolina and has spent most of her life on the southeast coast of Virginia. She has a BS in Education from Old Dominion University, is an award-winning photographer, a nationally board-certified massage therapist, professional writer, life-long learner, devotee of both the natural and supernatural worlds, and unabashed romantic.

After a 6-month trip in 2011, camping across America from Virginia to Alaska and back again, with her Cockerspoodle, Betsy, and her kindred spirit, William Francis Ahearn, author of the blog: RemarkableJourneys.net, Kathryn and William have married and settled in the beautiful small town of Edenton, North Carolina.

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May 12, 1898
Multi-media glimpse into SEA SNOW- the gentle haunting of a 19th century lighthouse by Kathryn Louise Wood. Rose's journal entry for May 12, 1898 in which she experiences her first storm at sea.

July 29, 1898
A multi-media glimpse into SEA SNOW- the gentle haunting of a 19th century lighthouse by Kathryn Louise Wood. Roses's journal entry for July 29, 1898 tells the legend of the Selkies, the beautiful seal people of Celtic legend.

July 31, 1898
A multi-media glimpse into SEA SNOW- the gentle haunting of a 19th century lighthouse by Kathryn Louise Wood. Rose's journal entry of July 31, 1898 tells of a fog-shrouded day in which she encounters a mysterious, spectral figure in the church's graveyard.

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