My book due out April 1st involves portals
There is something intriguing about the idea of stumbling into another world, passing a portal, entering a wormhole, going back in time, going to a parallel realm. And there are reports of people doing such things. Let's look at some intriguing cases -
Here's a case of a supposed spontaneous time travel. This one is so cool -
Time travel is probably the one more people daydream about. A parallel universe could be awesome or a nightmare, but knowing an outcome or changing the past are very attractive fantasies.
If you could time travel, where would you go? Who would you meet?
I never got to know my dad's parents from Norway and Sweden (Thorvaldsen and Ang). They sounded like really interesting characters and not knowing grandparents, I'd love to gather some wisdom from them and put a voice and a presence to the photographs.
The other option for stumbling into another place is to enter a parallel universe. There is a story from Utah that meets that criteria and I'd highly suggest you delve into Ronald Regeher's books (below) to learn more about the unusual aspects of Utah.
In this case, four girls in the early 1970s heading back to college in Utah from a Nevada event they attended, find a fork in the road and make a decision that forever haunts them and ends up in the annals of the local highway patrol's report....
There are locations around the earth with such an array of oddities going on that they are referred to as portals. Some locations include Skinwalker Ranch in Utah, Mt. Shasta in California, Stonehenge, Superstition Mountains in Arizona, and many more.
What happens when we try to synthetically create a portal? It's said the US Government tried in 1943 and referred to as "The Philadelphia Experiment."
Here's some more spontaneous jaunts to other places -
Below are the first two books in my paranormal romance series - one involving ghosts, one involving Bigfoot, and the final book in the series is out April 1st, "Threshold: A SEEK Team Investigation"