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Debra J Anderson, a lifelong resident of Delta died suddenly from the toxic fumes of several unclean cat litter boxes. She was 104. She was a New York Times best-selling author with over 15 books over the last 15 years of her life. She also was a paranormal investigator and sent numerous spirits out of the homes they were haunting and into the afterlife.
She graduated from Delta High School in 1980 despite hating to go to school, did not go to college because that would have extended the misery and the family Alma Mater is Western State Colorado University (Western State College) where it is colder than a well diggers shorts and she didn’t like below zero temperatures. She worked at many jobs as a secretary, purchasing agent, and customer service representative, quitting when she got bored and she hated them all.
Her hobbies included collecting books about ghosts, dinner with friends, movies at the local theater, and the drive-in. She has a vast collection of Halloween decorations and hundreds of cats which eventually caused her demise.
She is currently haunting her former home in Delta and terrorizing the family that currently owns it.