Booksigning at The Harney Mansion: A Haunting Good Time!

On September 27, 2014 I participated in a book signing for “The Wolf’s Moon” at The Harney Mansion in Sullivan, MO. 

This was the historical home of General Harney during the Civil War. 

This area is rich in history from the times of The Civil War.

The Harney Mansion Booksigning The Wolf's Moon by Patrick Jones

Patrick Jones Booksigning The Wolf's Moon

1861 Proclamation by Brigadier General William S. Harney

Patrick Jones author of The Wolf's Moon

Civil War My Blood Boils Euphrasia Pettus

Patrick Jones author of The Wolf's Moon

The Harney Mansion Vintage Nightgown

Patrick Jones author of The Wolf's Moon Booksigning

 

The Harney Mansion Vintage Organ

Patrick Jones author of The Wolf's Moon Booksigning

The Harney Mansion Vintage Bed

Patrick Jones author of The Wolf's Moon Booksigning at The Harney Mansion

Old China Cabinet at The Harney Mansion Booksigning for The Wolf's Moon

Patrick Jones author of The Wolf's Moon Booksigning at The Harney Mansion

Vintage items from The Harney Mansion Booksigning for The Wolf's Moon by Patrick Jones

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Thank you for your interest in The Wolf’s Moon by Patrick Jones.

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Booksigning at The Harney Mansion: A Haunting Good Time!”

    1. It does!! They are trying to restore it piece by piece and are doing a great job of it! They have donated the furniture (on loan) and seem to have a good group heading up the project! It was perfect for a scary book signing!

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    1. The turnout was good…it seems that this was the first year that they had an author event…and by word of mouth, it should prove to be an annual event! It was fun…we couldn’t go upstairs…but they claim that they see lights in the windows some nights 🙂

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