About Me


I’m Jennifer, an aging Gen X slacker and autism mom trying to survive in the modern South. I’m raising four kids, a cat, a dog, and a bird on a budget. I also homeschool two of my four children. My husband is a God among men. He has the patience of Job.

My “official” bio:

Jenny B. Scott is a freelance writer, blogger, autism warrior mom, haunting survivor and part-time knitter.  She has written for many local publications in the East Alabama/West Georgia area including: Columbus and the Valley Magazine, Valley Parent Magazine, East Alabama Living Magazine and Southern Views Magazine.  She has also worked for newspapers in the East Alabama area, including: The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, The Opelika-Auburn News and The Opelika Observer as a staff writer, and also as a graphic designer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Auburn University.

She has co-authored two books: Haint Blue: The Rockford Haunting, and Haint Blue: The Rockford Haunting, Part Two

7 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I actually just saw the episode of Paranormal Witness documenting your haunting story. Intriguing; I actually would like to know more about this. I have ordered your book as part of my research into your story, but would like to hear more about it from the person who witnessed it if it is possible.



      1. Great question! I have no idea. My opinion is that it isn’t so much the house….it’s the whole area in Coosa County around Nixburg from Hwy 22 to Hwy 9 around the Peace and Goodwill Cemetery area and even beyond. I refuse to even go anywhere near that area. Too many bad memories…and an unsettling feeling.

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