The newest version of Whispers in the Pines has just been released.
Colliers Mills is to most, a wooded stretch of undisturbed acreage, rich in wildlife and prime land for hunting. Situated on the northwestern fringe of the Pine Barrens, it is a common belief that this land has existed in this condition since the beginning of time. Yet, Colliers Mills has seen prosperous villages rise and fall and history made on its soil. It was once home to a politician destined to become the next state governor and Amelia Earhart even graced its presence.
Originally used by the Paleo Indians for hunting and fishing, Colliers Mills is now part of the state's wildlife management areas. As such, fees from the hunting and fishing that now take place within its borders help pay for wildlife programs, such as the reintroduction of wild turkeys within the state. It is a well-orchestrated balance between conservation, recreation and preservation.
Whispers in the Pines: The Secrets of Colliers Mills is not only the story of its past and present, but also a glimpse into its future…