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Books Available

Strange and Wonderful
Things: A Collection
Of Ghost Stories with
Special Appearances by
Witches and Other
Bizarre Creatures

Coming Soon
To Print

Ghosts, Spirits and
Angels: True Tales from
Kentucky and Beyond

Haunted Battlefields of
The South: True Tales of
Civil War Ghosts in
Kentucky, Tennessee And Other Locations.

How to make Southwest
Jewelery in Wood
Shaker Ghost Stories Fog Swirler
Strange and Wonderful Things Haunted Battlefields of the South
Ghosts, Spirits and Angels How to Make Southwest Jewelery in Wood
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Storyteller
Thomas Freese is a storyteller and author who performs over a dozen entertaining and educational
programs for both children and adults. He tells stories in schools, after school programs, libraries,
community centers, private and company parties, church and other groups. His storytelling programs
include Origami Tales, World Folk Stories, Fairy Tales, Ghost Stories, Pioneer Tales, Silly Stories and
Songs, Tales of the Desert Southwest, Hispanic Stories, Jack Tales, Star Stories, and Native American Tales.
Thomas Freese brings musical talents to his story telling performances. He plays guitar, harmonica, and other instruments.

Author
Thomas has published five amazing books of ghost stories. He writes both nonfiction and fiction books. In addition he has written for over ten years for Lexington’s Chevy Chaser and Southsider Magazines with over 120 articles. His published works include: Shaker Ghost Stories from Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, Fog Swirler and 11 Other Ghost Stories, Strange and Wonderful Things: A Collection of Ghost Stories with Special Appearances by Witches and Other Bizarre Creatures, Haunted Battlefields of the South, Ghosts, Spirits and Angels: True Tales from Kentucky and Beyond.
Artist
Thomas Freese also is a visual artist in multiple media. He studied art at McNay Art Institute, The Southwest Craft Center, The University of New Mexico and The University of Louisville. Thomas created a line of wooden, folk art jewelry which includes Southwest and Celtic designs in pins and earrings. He taught as an Artist-in-Residence for many years through the Kentucky Art’s Council’s Arts Education program. Thomas is available to work with school and other groups, any age
Art Therapist
Thomas Freese has Master’s Degree in Expressive Therapies. His professional licensing and credentials include Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and Registered Art Therapist, Board Certified (ATR-BC). His Bachelors Degree was in Psychology and he worked as a counselor in both clinical and school settings.
Artist-in-Residence
Thomas Freese has worked in Kentucky schools since 1993 teaching visual arts and crafts, literary arts and storytelling. He has worked through numerous programs including Poetry Out Loud, Kentucky Arts Council’s Arts in Education and Performing Arts Directory. He teaches a variety of visual arts including origami, folk art, retablos, paper engineering, tessellations, rubber stamp carving, wooden jewelry and more.
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Shaker Ghost Stories Fog Swirler
Strange and Wonderful Things