Author Oakley Dean Baldwin of Garner, North Carolina has released a new work of nonfiction that tackles strange happenings close to home. His book, The Triangle, released in February 2020, is a collection of true tales that took place in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area.
Baldwin lives in Wake County, but his stories come from Wake County, Durham County, and beyond. He’s served in town administration, and as a law enforcement officer, and shares some of the stranger things that he’s come across in The Triangle. The book begins with a Wake Forest tornado, then takes readers to various Triangle-area locations, sharing strange events going back years.
From the book description:
Have you ever wondered why bad things happen to good people? Why some people were involved in near misses, only seconds away from a death or serious bodily harm, while others through no fault of their own are innocently killed or seriously injured. Here in the state of North Carolina where we live is another mysterious geographical area called the Triangle with its own share of notable inquiries. Hopefully, the accumulation and effects of some of these true stories will shed some light on these questions, situations and circumstances.
The Triangle isn’t the first “strange” book Baldwin has written. He’s published 17 fiction and non-fiction books, including thrillers, true crime, mysteries, and three books on the paranormal: Devil’s Ground-Arco Station, Sid Eaves Road Lithobolia, and The Basket.
Baldwin’s writings tell the stories of his life and, as he puts it, “those that came before me in my family tree.”
The Triangle is available as a paperback or e-book through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and LuLu. To find out more, visit the author’s website at thebaldwinstories.wixsite.com.