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Chilling Spoken Word Album of Ghost Stories from Atlanta Released By Cynthia Rintye

Veil of Time by Cynthia Rintye is a spooky collection of stories about real ghosts in real places in Atlanta, like the Fox Theatre, Underground Atlanta, & GMHI

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, October 14, 2016 / -- Cynthia Rintye, storyteller and director of the Lawrenceville Ghost Tours, announces the release of her first spoken word album, Veil of Time: Ghost Stories from Atlanta, available October 14.

Rintye will tell several stories from her album at “Spirits & Spirits: Ghost Stories & Cocktails” at the Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville on Monday, October 17 at 8:00 PM.

Veil of Time was produced by nationally known storyteller, Andy Offutt Irwin. Irwin notes, “I promise you, this is a chilling collection of tales, told in a chilling manner. Be advised: don't listen to the album alone."

A storyteller for the Lawrenceville Ghost Tours since 2005, Rintye also led ghost tours in downtown Atlanta. Veil of Time, a collection of eight stories, features accounts of paranormal activity at landmarks like the Fox Theatre and Underground Atlanta—real ghosts in real places.

Other stories on Veil of Time are based on accounts told to Rintye by people taking her tours: witnessing three small ghosts running on the stairs at the Lawrenceville Female Seminary; encountering a terrifying, evil spirit at the old Georgia Mental Health Institute (a building so eerie that it appears as Hawkins National Laboratory on Netflix's Stranger Things).

With a harrowing story about the deadly Winecoff hotel fire, which killed 119 people in 1946, the album is not intended for small children. The most poignant story, a favorite from the Lawrenceville Ghost Tours, tells of Elleck, an enslaved man who was executed after killing his master in self-defense, how his efforts at escape are still visible in the old Lawrenceville jail, and how his ghost still haunts that building.

On the final track of the album, Rintye recalls a painful paranormal encounter she had in the Historic Lawrenceville Cemetery, where she leads Haunted Cemetery Tours on weekends in October.

Each story on the album is introduced with a brief bit of music creating a unique mood; a raucous bar band, a foreboding round, an unsettling music box.

“Spirits & Spirits: Ghost Stories & Cocktails”, on the main stage at the Aurora, will feature three other storytellers: Tersi Bendiberg, Barry Stewart Mann, and Tracy Sue Walker. Rintye will serve as both headliner and host for the evening of storytelling.

Rintye’s new CD, Veil of Time: Ghost Stories from Atlanta, is available for purchase at “Spirits & Spirits” and

For more information about Cynthia Rintye, visit
For more information and to purchase tickets for “Spirits & Spirits: Ghost Stories & Cocktails” (for adults only), visit

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