Eight-time, award winning author and historian Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Newsday and Distinction magazine.
She has appeared on CBS' Sunday Morning Show, "Ticket" with Laura Savini, News 12 Long Island, and The Thinking Writer in East Hampton, for her previously published non-fiction books.
Kerriann served on the Board of Trustees as First Vice President for the Huntington Historical Society for six years, and she served as a Trustee for the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association for three years.
She is the recipient of the Top Advocate for Historic Preservation and Education award from the Oyster Bay Historical Society, the Huntington Heritage Education Award from the Town of Huntington, and Woman of Distinction award from the New York State Assembly.
She is also an Advisory Board Member for the "Everything Old is New Again" Radio Show and a contributing writer for Edible Long Island, where she has her own column, "Kerriann Eats."
Kerriann is President Emeritus of the Long Island Authors Group, and is a well-known speaker who draws standing-room-only crowds to her lectures.
She lives in Huntington, Long Island, and when she's not writing she enjoys spending time at the beach with her husband Karl and their two sons.
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Historic Crimes of Long Island: Misdeeds from the 1600s to the 1950s
Beyond the idyllic countryside and suburban communities of Long Island lies a murky history of murder and mayhem. A Victorian romance went awry in Huntington when wealthy farmer Charles Kelsey was tarred, feathered and murdered in 1872. Thirty-five years before the famous witch trials of Salem, East Hampton had its own Puritan hysteria among charges of witchcraft. The 1937 kidnapping of wealthy heiress Alice Parsons shook the quiet town of Stony Brook and remains a mystery to this day. Award-winning author and historian Kerriann Flanagan Brosky uncovers some of the most ghastly and fascinating historical crimes committed on Long Island.
Publisher: The History Press, 2017
Historic Haunts of Long Island: Ghosts and Legends from the Gold Coast to Montauk Point
Take a ghostly journey through Long Island's history, from Native American legends and beyond.
Ghosts lurk the Execution Rocks Lighthouse, where Revolutionary War Patriots were brutally tortured and killed by the British during the Battle of Long Island. Popular gathering places have otherworldly tenants, like Bayport's Grey Horse Tavern and the Cutchogue Village Green, where several old buildings—and their former inhabitants—are preserved.
Long Island's history is unearthed and preserved through its ghost stories and spirts who have made their presence known.
Through extensive research, interviews and investigations, award-winning author and historian Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, alongside medium and paranormal investigator Joe Giaquinto, uncover Long Island's eerie history.
Publisher: The History Press, 2015
The Medal, a novel
When twenty-one-year-old pastry chef Bethany Fitzpatrick says goodbye to her own dreams to stay home and care for her disabled father, her faith and life are shattered, until years later when a mysterious stranger—who seems to have stepped straight off the set of The Godfather—appears in her bakery, tells her about a deceased Italian friar named Padre Pio who performed miracles, and restores Bethany's faith in God, herself, and even… angels.
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, 2012
Ghosts of Long Island, Stories of the Paranormal
Ghosts of Long Island: Stories of the Paranormal, takes the reader on a journey from the Gold Coast to Montauk Point, and recounts thirty ghostly legends and stories, as well as the histories of these haunted sites. It is written by Long Island author, photographer and historical researcher Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, with the help of paranormal investigator and medium Joe Giaquinto.
The stories range from the humorous to the spiritual, and include startling eyewitness accounts of paranormal experiences by credible mainstream suburbanites, causing even confirmed skeptics to think twice. The book contains seventy photographs of various haunted sites including some that show strange apparitions and orbs.
Publisher: Maple Hill Press, 2006
*available in e-format only, currently out of print.
Ghosts of Long Island II, More Stories of the Paranormal
Ghosts of Long Island II: More Stories of the Paranormal was written by author, photographer and local historian Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, after the success of her book Ghosts of Long Island: Stories of the Paranormal. Ghost II contains thirty new accounts of haunted locations and paranormal events based on extensive research and interviews. Once again, Ms. Brosky has been assisted by paranormal investigator and medium Joe Giaquinto.
A variety of ghostly and spiritual experiences, from spinetingling to poignant, are presented in the words of credible witnesses. Other chapters involve contemporaneous accounts of paranormal events related to Long Island's history. Richly illustrated with seventy-six photographs, this book covers locales from western Nassau to Montauk Point.
Publisher: Maple Hill Press, 2008
*available in e-format only, currently out of print.