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C.L. Thomas was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Belmont University, she moved to Nashville in pursuit of a career in communications and photojournalism where she lived for fifteen years. C.L. travels widely as a fine arts photographer and writer exploring various afterlife research, OBEs, metaphysics, folklore, and paranormal events and group. She is the host of Small Town Tales Podcast, content writer for entertainment, and author. Her latest book, Speaking to Shadows will be released Feb. 25, 2022. Currently, she resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with her beloved golden retriever and maine coon cat.

Small Town Tales Podcast
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Love the paranormal but tired of hearing the same Hollywood stories over and over? Welcome to Small Town Tales podcast, the show where we hear stories of paranormal tales, haunting legends, and all things spiritual. I explore the paranormal through small-town lore, local artists, spiritual healers, and real investigators--not as seen on TV!

Upcoming Projects
Speaking To Shadows

What ghostly shadows stalk the night deep in the bayous? This historical tale promises to keep you awake at night. Ghosts, voodoo, and mystery shroud over these haunted swamps leaving death and destruction wherever they may. Who can stop them?

A provoking historical novel based in the bayous. 

FEb. 25 ,2022

Dancing With Demons

This has been a hard piece to write for many reasons. When you dig too deep into the spirit world and expose evil, they tend to lash back in specific areas of your life. I have not set a date for release but plan to put it back out this Fall.

a paranormal encounter


What People Say


Triffany S.

DANCING. WITH. DEMONS. OMG. I got the chills many times toward the end of the book. It blews my mind. It managed to surpass my high expectations.

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Alexandra D.

Let me preface this with an apology. If I sound stunningly inarticulate at times in this review, I can't help it. My mind is completely fried.


John M.

I forget when or how I first came across this book, and I’ve been wanting to read it again for quite some time now so that I could write up a coherent review of it. 

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