Bio

Debbie Johansson is an author of Paranormal Fiction.

Growing up in Sydney’s inner west, near the largest necropolis in the Southern Hemisphere, and raised on horror films, she was fascinated by the supernatural from an early age.

In recent years, she has experienced ghostly encounters at various haunted locations, including Monte Cristo Homestead and Q Station in Sydney.

Debbie writes stories of the paranormal set in her native Australia and is the author of short stories, including ‘The Ghost at Willow Creek’ and a short story collection, ‘Legacy and Other Short Stories’.

She has worked within the New South Wales Police Service and TAFE NSW and has a degree in Communications Studies. Debbie is a member of Romance Writers of Australia and Sisters in Crime Australia.

She lives in country New South Wales with her husband, two children, and a dog named Fox.

You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram.

6 thoughts on “Bio

    1. Thanks Bev, I always love a good ghost story. I just hope I can create them myself! Thanks for your comments; it’s good to meet you. 🙂

    1. Hi Gean. It’s a pleasure to meet you and it’s good to know that you enjoy the paranormal! I’m glad you like the look of Monte Cristo – it’s well worth the visit if ever you do come to Australia. Thanks for your comments. 🙂

    1. Hi Helen. Good to hear from another paranormal fan. I also love stories with a good twist in the end (I guess I watched too much of the ‘Twilight Zone’ when I was a kid)! Thanks for your comments – it’s nice to meet you. 🙂

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