"Jane Addams and the Devil Baby: Myth and Mystery at Hull House" and "Circus City Spirits: The Hauntings of Baraboo," The Morbid Curious No. 9: The Journal of Ghosts, Murder, and the Macabre
April 2024

"Strangers on the Road to Castle Town: A Case of Third Man Syndrome?," Paranormality Magazine Issue 36
April 2024

"The Blue Anchor Pub and the Grieving Ghost of Bertha Starkey," Paranormality Magazine Issue 35
March 2024

"Chicago's Buried History: City Cemetery," Paranormality Magazine Issue 34
February 2024

"Amelia Cotter & the Search for the Ghost of Al Capone," Haunted Magazine Issue 40 
December 2023 (first published as "The Mystery of Al Capone's Ghost" in The Morbid Curious No. 6: The Journal of Ghosts, Murder, and the Macabre, September 2022)

"Maryland Ghosts 10 Years Later: Still Haunted," Haunted Magazine Issue 36
December 2022

September 2022

"There's Something About Mary: The Lively Female Spirits of the Old Baraboo Inn," The Feminine Macabre: A Woman's Journal of All Things Strange and Unusual
March 2021

"Not That House, This House: The True Story of a Girl and a Ghost," Haunted Magazine Issue 29
March 2021

"Amelia's Ghost Adventures," Black is the New AP Style
October 2017

"Lincoln Park: City Cemetery," Visitations No. 2, by Scott Larson
April 2017

"The Phantom House of Bachelor's Grove," Haunted Bachelors Grove, by Ursula Bielski
October 2016 (first published in Encounters with the Paranormal: Personal Tales of the Supernatural, October 2014)

Medals, Memories, and a Journey in Healing: Reflections on Vietnam, My Private War, with Bernard W. Masino
September 2014 (for a free PDF copy, contact Amelia at

The Haunted Letters: True Tales from a Ghost-Storied Life, with Bernard W. Masino
July 2013 and 2020 (for a free PDF copy, contact Amelia at

"Prisoners of Circumstance," Frederick Magazine Vol. 27, No. 10
October 2012

"Stories from Camp Frederick: German World War II POWs in Frederick, Maryland," German Pulse
February-March 2012 (first published in German-American Journal Vol. 57, No.1-No. 5, February-October 2009)