CATHRYN MCINTYRE IS SEEKING OPPORTUNITIES TO READ FROM HER LATEST BOOK, THE THOREAU WHISPERER, AND TO SHARE THE MESSAGES AND THE MAGIC OF HER EXPERIENCE CHANNELING THE SPIRIT OF
HENRY DAVID THOREAU.
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Genealogy Enthusiast and
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Honor in Concord
The Thoreau Whisperer
Cathryn McIntyre is an "indie" author and researcher who has studied the literary history of Concord, Massachusetts for over 30 years, both in university settings and independently. She has a B.A. in English from Michigan State University and has done graduate work at both Harvard University Extension and Leslie University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is also a natural psychic (with a gift for connecting to those in spirit); an astrologer; an occasional ghost investigator; and an avid genealogist with ancestral ties to the Mayflower; to England's Plantagenet Kings; and to writers, Margaret Fuller and Henry David Thoreau.
Cathryn McIntyre is the author of two unusual memoirs, including the newly published, The Thoreau Whisperer (2018), the true story of her experience channeling the spirit of Henry David Thoreau; and Honor in Concord: Seeking Spirit in Literary Concord (2008), that contains a fictional story in which the writers of Concord's past are living new lives in Concord in present day. She is currently at work on a fictional story set in the seaside town of Marblehead, Massachusetts.