Michael J. Varhola is an author, publisher, paranormal investigator and lecturer. He has written numerous books, games, and articles, founded game development company and manufacturer Skirmisher Publishing LLC.
Varhola is a 1993 graduate of University of Maryland, College Park, from which he received a B.S. in journalism.
Varhola has authored or co-authored the non-fiction books Everyday Life During the Civil War (1999), D-Day (2000), Fire and Ice: The Korean War, 1950-1953 (2000), and Shipwrecks and Lost Treasure of the Great Lakes (2007).
Varhola is the co-author of several gaming books, including Experts (2002), Warriors (2003), Tests of Skill (2004), Nuisances (2005), Experts v.3.5 (2005), Nation Builder (2005), H.G. Wells' Little Orc Wars (2007), and Nuisances: Director's Cut (2007).
Varhola published and wrote introductions to editions of H.G. Wells' Little Wars (2004) and Floor Games (2006) and Robert Louis Stevenson's Stevenson at Play.
His current projects include Ghosthunting Maryland, a follow-on to his Ghosthunting Virginia, both visitors' guide to sites that are part of the "America's Haunted Roadtrip" series published by Clerisy Press (Cincinnati, Ohio).
As an interesting bit of trivia - He is also a distant cousin of artist Andy Warhol!
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