About Jesse Dwight

Jesse Dwight was born in May of 1994, in the Northern region of Denmark. She began writing at a young age and completed her first story at the age of four. At the age of nine, Dwight had her first experience with death when she found a body – an experience which would later influence her writing greatly.

During her teenage years, Dwight was a somewhat troubled child, being on the verge ofp36dxvtf getting kicked out of school at the age of sixteen and being expelled from art class the same year. Dwight graduated high school and was accepted into Aalborg University’s English program in 2014.

In early 2016, Dwight dropped out of college and is currently in the process of getting a bachelor degree at The South Gate Society School of Creative Writing in Denmark. Dwight is currently writing her book Below the Surface, an original story about a murderer.

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  1. Hi,

    You have a lot of guts investigating the paranormal. As one of my friends once told me that still gives me chills: “if you pay attention to them, they pay attention to you.”

    Go easy.

    — M

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    • That is an AMAZING quote! It really just gave me chills. Thank you and trust me, I’ll be careful. I have (sadly) already had a pretty bad experience and I know there’s no guarantee that anything bad won’t happen but I do my best to stay safe. Thank you so much for the nice comment!

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    • God Dag Jesse
      Thank you for following our new blog, I hope you find the stories, poetry and anything else that comes along, to interesting. I have been to Aarhus and also Greenland – do you consider that as part of Denmark?
      I will now have a read of your blog.
      Our blog is open to all so perhaps you will write something for us to publish?
      Best wishes
      Eorðdraca,

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  2. Thank you for visiting and following us at Myth Ink Books, and have returned the favor. Very interested in your work as we are paranormal investigators and have incorporated some of our experiences in our fiction. Perhaps we can chat about all of this at some point. Cheers! ~~A

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  3. Hello,

    I’ve read your post on your childhood experience with the supernatural. I was scared reading about it, as it was nighttime when I did so. It is nighttime now, and I just watched “A Haunting In Connecticut” with some of my family.

    I had a few experiences with the supernatural, and I’d be happy to never have any again! They were nothing compared to what you went through, and I’m happy for that. Anyway, should you encounter any more spirits, may they be the friendly and helpful type.

    — M

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    • I’m so glad you liked it! Today I posted another blog where I talked about few more recent (and really bad) experiences. If you want to, you can check it out. Did you like “A Haunting In Connecticut”? I watched it a few years ago and honestly, it’s one of my favorite movies. It’s so scary! I’d love to hear some of your experiences with the supernatural if you want to share them and thank you so much for the nice comment! (:

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      • Hi,

        It is nighttime again, and I just watched the first half of “Insidious” with my little niece. Her parents came in and had her go to bed for an early wake-up tomorrow. So far “Insidious” is scary as hell! “A Haunting In Connecticut” was ok…the problem was that Hollywood took way too many liberties with that movie. I’ve seen a documentary on the Connecticut haunting, so there was a lot of Hollywood b.s. that was put in it, diluting the real scares of the story.

        I will definitely check out more of your supernatural experiences, but I don’t know if I want to do that now. : ) One of my mild, supernatural stories can be found in the last paragraph of my movie review posting of “The Woman In Black.”

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  4. God dag 🙂

    Due to some uneventful occurrence, my current blog, ‘thesilentdoll.wordpress.com’ may be suspended and I was unable to create a new account.

    Hence, I am determined to continue uploading new entries on FB/Tumblr (i.e new recipes, stories, poetry,etc).

    If you wish to continue getting further updates,

    my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1795415596
    my Tumblr page: http://silenceelegy.tumblr.com

    Thank you for enjoying my posts and best regards!

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  5. Sorry, I’m 80 and am not interested in serial killer connections to the paranormal. It has been my understanding that the paranormal is by far and large benign. Non benign connections would be satanic and I respectfully decline. Thanks for the invitation.

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  6. Hi Jesse,
    I like paranormal too and I admire your guts regarding the serial killers, good luck on that.

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  7. Hej Jesse

    The world needs more Danish Ghostbusters. I’m from Falster but been in UK decades. We have a paranormal conference at Reading, England in early September you should come. http://www.assap.ac.uk has the details.

    CJ x

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  8. Have fun, despite what the other commenters have said, there really is nothing to fear from the Spirit world. It’s the living you have to watch out for.
    Tell your guides that you want their protection and that you give them permission to look after you (this last bit is very important) and you will be fine.
    Terry

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