Margee Kerr, the staff sociologist Pittsburgh’s ScareHouse, has inked a book deal to write about her experiences working at that famous haunted house.

The publisher described the book in the official announcement: “one brave woman’s adventures amid ghosts, spiders, snakes, and other things we love to fear.” McCormick & Williams agent Alia Hanna Habib negotiated the deal with Ben Adams at PublicAffairs. Here’s more about the author:

Kerr, who holds a doctorate degree in sociology, has studied the science of fear for years, and has been sharing her expertise with The ScareHouse since 2008 … The ScareHouse has been named as one of America’s scariest Halloween Attractions by Travel Channel and ranked as one of the country’s best haunted houses by USA Today and Haunted Attraction magazine.

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