Randi Samuelson-Brown is from Colorado and lives in Denver. Her first book, The Beaten Territory is a multi-award finalist still looking for a win! While working in the UK for three years, she developed a great appreciation for British heritage sites, the National Trust and all things history and folklore. Big fan of #FolkloreThursday. Visit Randi’s website or follow her on Twitter.

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