About dusty Bunker

When I was five years old, I read my first sentence: See Spot Run. (This was in that ancient time before television and educational programs like Sesame Street.) I cannot describe the rush of power that flowed over me at that moment when I realized I could read. I knew I had hold of something powerful that would open up my world.

By the time I was six, my most treasured book was the Golden Encyclopedia. It was over-sized with a glossy cover, sprinkled with small colored illustration, and filled with wondrous knowledge. I carried it under my arm where ever I went. I have been mentally exploring ever since.

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dusty grew up in a Navy family and has lived in the four corners of the United States – Maine, Florida, California and Washington State – and some of the states in between. She graduated from Saugus High School in Massachusetts and attended the University of New Hampshire. Today she lives in a small New England town with her husband and family and a passel of pets.

dusty has studied and lectured on astrology, numbers, dreams, symbolism and other metaphysical subjects for over twenty-seven years. She was the co-founder of the Seacoast Astrological Association, has taught astrology and consults with clients from all walks of life. She is also a member of the Mystery Writers of America, has written three mysteries and is working on the fourth.

dusty bunker is the author of nine books, some of which are translated into foreign languages. She wrote for the Time-Life Book Series, Mysteries of the Unknown, and contributed numerology columns to Mademoiselle Magazine. Her dream column ran in the Manchester Union Leader for five years. She also wrote a humorous shopping column for the Hampton Union, and drew a comic strip, Tree Line, which appeared in Seacoast After Dark. She is the subject of a biographical record in Who's Who in America. In addition to her non-fiction books, her metaphysical mystery series includes three titles: One Deadly Rhyme, The Two-Timing Corpse, and Three O'Clock's Dark Night.

dusty did some consulting work in relation to the six hour American Movie Classics (AMC) miniseries The Prisoner, starring Jim Caviezel and Ian McKellen which aired on television in November 2009.

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