Alyne Pustanio


Alyne Pustanio is recognized as one of the foremost authorities in the field of paranormal research, the supernatural, and the occult, and is considered an expert in the folklore and haunted history of her hometown, New Orleans. Alyne’s work in the paranormal field is the natural result of a lifetime of exposure to the supernatural and unexplained. A survivor of supernatural attacks and demonic hauntings, Alyne is especially focused on raising awareness in the paranormal community of the many supernatural dangers inherent in the field of paranormal exploration. Alyne is a sixth-generation New Orleanian, a descendant of the family of American classical composer Louis Moreau Gottschalk, and many of her ancestors were present for some of the most famous events in New Orleans’ haunted history. From the capture of Bras Coupe, the notorious “Zombie King” to the opening of the attic doors amid the flames of the infamous Lalaurie House, many of these firsthand accounts have been passed down through generations and inform every one of Alyne’s “Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans.” As an expert in the paranormal field, Alyne has appeared on the popular “Ghost Hunters” television series, and on the History Channel series “Haunted History,” and has been sought out as a consultant for numerous other productions airing on the SyFy Channel, the Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Destination America Channel, BIO, H2, and NatGeo. She is the host of Supernatural Substation, a popular program dealing with the supernatural and paranormal ( Alyne is also a frequent guest on other popular radio talk shows exploring the occult, the supernatural, and paranormal exploration. Alyne is the author of Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans, Volume One: History, Legends, and Lore, and Risks Incidental: Supernatural Dangers of Paranormal Exploration. She is also a contributing author creative consultant for The Hoodoo Almanac, Hoodoo and Conjure New Orleans magazine, and Gumbo YaYa eZine. Her work has also been featured in numerous publications by paranormal expert Brad Steiger including, Real Zombies, Real Monsters, and The Werewolf Book: Second Edition. Learn more about Alyne Pustanio by visiting her website

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Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans, Volume One: History, Legends, and Lore
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 75,960. Language: English. Published: November 11, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Supernatural
Travel with master storyteller Alyne Pustanio back to a New Orleans where the veil between the worlds was thin; where vampires and ghouls lurked just beyond the shadow’s edge; where mythic creatures walked abroad from the heart of the old city to the tractless Louisiana swamps. Framed with the legends and lore that created them, these stories will leave you spellbound and wanting more!

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