Book Signing for Podcasters Christine Schiefer and Em Schulz’s “A Haunted Road Atlas” Book at the Garden District Book Shop

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Hosts of the uber popular paranormal and true crime podcast, And That’s Why We Drink, Christine Schiefer and Em Schulz will be at The Garden District Book Shop Nov. 2 to discuss and sign copies of their book “A Haunted Road Atlas: Sinister Stops, Dangerous Destinations, and True Crime Tales.”

Schiefer and Schulz’s And That’s Why We Drink is an award-winning comedy podcast, where the paranormal and true-crime meet. Launched in February 2017, each episode is a deep dive into whatever paranormal and true crime stories the hosts are obsessing over that week. The podcast has over 124 million lifetime downloads, and is consistently ranked in the top 20 on the comedy podcast charts. 

Earlier this year, the duo released their debut book, and it immediately became a New York Times bestseller. Jam-packed with illustrations, fun facts, travel tips, and beverage recs – A Haunted Road Atlas includes some of the country’s most notorious crime scenes, hauntings, and supernatural sightings. Readers will also find Christine and Em’s personal recommendations to the best local bars and ice cream parlors, oddity museums, curiosity shoppes, and more. Explore some of the most bizarre cases you’ve heard on the show, as well as exclusive new content from bayous, basements, and bars!

The event will kick-off at 6:00 PM with a short welcome reception before Schiefer and Schulz sit down to discuss their book. Afterwards, the two will be available to meet & greet guests and sign copies of A Haunted Road Atlas. Tickets are required for the evening and can be found on Eventbrite for $28 (book retail value and Eventbrite fees.)

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