Clay

Clay Morgan is a writer, teacher, and speaker who daydreams a lot about living in past centuries and could talk about pop culture all day.

He’s especially got soft spots for comedies of the ’80s, action-adventures of the ’90s, and television of the 21st century.

He’s also a big fan of books and even wrote one about zombies, God, and what it means to be truly alive.

After spending a decade in college classrooms in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Clay moved to Dallas, Texas to work as a writer and consultant (and wrote this letter to his former students).

His current projects include a book about what we are haunted by. Ongoing research has already led him to visit exorcists, Scientologists, ghost hunters, and much more including an unforgettable night inside a prison many believe to be one of the scariest places on earth.

Sounds strange, sure, but this is what happens after a lifetime of family vacations to the homes of famous dead people. #HistoryRocks

Also, there’s a point to these strange experiences: To learn how we can find healing from what haunts us.

When he’s not writing or watching movies, Clay enjoys co-hosting the StoryMen Podcast, watching sports, and planning his next ridiculous research adventure.

Here are three posts Clay likes:

The Night My So Called Life Went Down in Flames – One night in 1994, Clay was just trying to fall in love with Claire Danes when a plane crash near his house changed everything.

Winterized – Do you prepare your heart enough, too much, or not at all when the cold seasons of life blow in?

Halloween Memories: Bad Costumes and Getting Mugged – Some Halloween memories are stranger than others. I mean, how many times do you dress up as Tattoo from Fantasy Island or get mugged beneath a dull streetlight during early adolescence?

Here’s his most read post:

6 Things I Learned When I Got Divorced — Sometimes there aren’t any words that help, but seeing someone else survive what you’re going through is powerful.

Say hello!

You can find Clay on Twitter and Facebook or click here and he’ll send you a letter from time to time.

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