Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2006
Associated Television, producers of “The Spirit of Princess Diana” and “The Spirit of John Lennon,” has demonstrated interest in a new kind of “ghostwriting” – a novel channeled by four women over their good, old fashioned Ouija Board. The project began 17 years ago in Washington DC, and 90,000 transcribed words later, the Sunsisters are proud to be optioning The Pyramid.
Through shifting first person perspectives, The Pyramid unfolds through voices of both the living and the deceased, blurring the lines between memoir and fantasy. The story follows the “Undergrounds,” a young couple, both writers, who surround themselves with family bonded by mysticism and spirituality - expressed through a body of work that unites both the bewitched and the bohemian. A series of tragic events shake the bedrock of their beliefs, but the family perseveres.
Presented by the late Sean Carroll, the ghost responsible for the crafting of this tale, The Pyramid tells the romantic story of several generations of modern-day witches – musicians, dancers, artists and spirit channels who regularly blur the lines between life and death, science and magic. Without dragons to slay or demons to banish, these young witches fight to find happiness despite an even more powerful adversary: every day life.
“This work would interest someone like M. Night Shyamalan,” says Sunsister and primary editor of The Pyramid, Helena Yates, “someone with a sixth sense, who knows that there is more to life than meets the eye.”
The Sunsisters instantly saw that sixth sense in each other, and since their fateful meeting at a Washington, D.C. restaurant 17 years ago, the four psychics have channeled countless private sessions as well as pieces from novels: Tides (The Pyramid’s sequel) and their current project, the “war torn fairy” epic January Peace.
The Sunsisters are poet Jere Carroll-Murphy (wife of legendary avant-garde musician, Paul Murphy), artist Wendy C. Crouch, dancer/musician Helena Yates, and artist Seana Carroll.