This is the hub for media related to Fiona Broome’s paranormal research.
In October 2014, Fiona began the reboot of this website to include more kinds of paranormal research, not just ghosts.
(Back in 1999, that was the original intent of this site, as well. Now — with ghost hunting in transition — it seems like a good time to redesign Hollow Hill with fresh content.)
In January 2015, this became Fiona’s official hub for all of her books and media. Website revisions are still in progress, but you’ll find many new articles and photos. (Update: As of late 2015, due to Fiona’s preoccupation with the Mandela Effect, revisions are still in progress. For 2016, she promises to get back in-focus, more aggressively resume her ghost research, and make time to add to this site.)
Over 500 of Fiona’s original ghost hunting articles are still online at Ghosts101.com.
A brief history
Fiona Broome’s first ghost-related website was “Yankee Haunts,” focusing on early American haunted locations. (That link is just a placeholder for the domain name.)
Several years later, in 1999, she launched Hollow Hill. The name referenced paranormal legends of Ireland and the British Isles in general. However, most readers wanted more ghost information, so the focus of the site slowly shifted, and replaced the Yankee Haunts site.
By late 2013, it was clear that this website — with over 600 unique, original articles — was too large to navigate. Readers couldn’t find the information they wanted.
Early in 2014, those articles moved to Ghosts101.com, a domain Fiona had previously used for her most basic ghost hunting articles. That website is divided into two sections for easier navigation: the how-to pages, and information about haunted places.
One of Fiona’s most popular books, Is Your House Haunted? was available at The Authors Club (the-authors-club.com). At some point during 2015, that site went offline. Fiona plans to update and expand her book, and re-release it in 2016.