Crazy

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You are going to die.

You have been moving closer and closer to the day, hour, minute of your death from the moment you took your first breath. Death is universal. It is a journey every single one of us will have to take someday. Death is the one thing we can be assured in this life to do alone. Death is solitary.

Modern belief tells us the journey will lead us to either to heaven or hell, depending upon our actions and behavior in life. Are we...

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Overview

You are going to die.

You have been moving closer and closer to the day, hour, minute of your death from the moment you took your first breath. Death is universal. It is a journey every single one of us will have to take someday. Death is the one thing we can be assured in this life to do alone. Death is solitary.

Modern belief tells us the journey will lead us to either to heaven or hell, depending upon our actions and behavior in life. Are we really to believe that heaven is somewhere above us in the sky or hell below us in a fiery pit? Where do our souls go?

Today's Paranormal Research will tell you rarely the EVP's (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) collected do the voices of the deceased seem happy with their post mortum state. Often we hear them screaming, "Help me." Are these the voices of those suffering a hellish afterlife? Is hell actually a place or is it simply a state of mind?

These questions at first may seem crazy to you. Would they seem so crazy if you would ask yourself, "What if this were someone I loved screaming?" Or even better yet, "What if this were me screaming?" Changes your whole definition of crazy doesn't?

Get ready for Crazy! The new book by Steven LaChance that will take you into the darkest reaches of the paranormal and the human psyche. Based upon actual paranormal cases, psychic impressions, and nightmares from negative hauntings. The book examines many questions concerning each and everyone of us about life, death, including the age old questions of hell and damnation. Want to know what is really crazy? Read Crazy! You just might end up questioning what you believe!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453696798
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/10/2010
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 1,220,697
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Steven is a Haunted Survivor, Author, Speaker, Director, and Executive Producer.

Steven founded Missouri Paranormal Research and co-founded the Paranormal Task Force after living through an extreme haunting himself along with his family and friends. Steven developed the idea of The Humanistic Approach to investigation in order to help others. In July of 2007, Steven left MPR and PTF to pursue independent endeavors.

In October of 2006, "Fear House" premiered as the first show of the third season of the Discovery Channels, "A Haunting." This show featured Steven and the story of the Union Haunting and was later rated as the #1
episode in that series. In addition, he has been interviewed and filmed for inclusion in numerous paranormal documentaries. He also has begun directing his own projects with the release of The Morse Mill Project and has begun work on another project with Jacqui Carpenter on Angels.

Steven is also a published author. His short story was published by Barnes and Noble in 2006, and he is a contributor to magazines dealing with paranormal activity. In
2008,The Uninvited was released by Llwellyn Worldwide as a major project. The book received critical acclaim.

Steven has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. He has been a featured guest on Fox News Mike & Juliet Show, NBC News, CBS News, The Discovery Channel, plus many more including his starring appearance in the Booth Brothers documentary "Children Of The Grave." and "The Possessed." He has been a featured guest on radio programs throughout the United States, Canada, The UK, Australia, Asia, and parts of South Africa.

His interview skills are sharp and he has interviewed people such as Geraldo Rivera,
Anne Rice, Jay Barbry, and Mary Jane Popp, just to name a few. His writings have appeared in books, newspapers, and magazines. His stage credits as a stage actor are numerous. Stevens voice over talents are many, including Wendy's and Shoney's commercials. Steven has many media projects in process and numerous others in the planning stages. Including, working with Warner Brothers on the Fifth season DVD of the hit series Supernatural.

Steven is currently writing the screenplay for his book "The Uninvited."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2010

    Terrifying Reality

    Steven LaChance's first book, "The Uninvited: The True Story Of The Union Screaming House," was fantastic for a first time outing. Who could have known what he had in store for us with his second book, "Crazy." This Indie effort supercedes everything he did in his first book and more. His writing style has matured. His storytelling has become a stroke of pure genius. And above all, Steven continues not only to teach us about the lives we live, but what could lay in store for each of us after we take out last breath. He writes about abuse, pain, heartache, the darker side of humanity and the true evil the resides within each of us with such frightening clarity at times it takes your breath away. The moments are very real and at times have you questioning your own values and how you treat those around you. That is only the top of the hill. Once he has you questioning yourself then he drops you into the depths of the darkest reaches of the paranormal leaving you questioning what are your true beliefs and what do you really fear. I could not put this book down. I found it to be an emotional roller coaster which in the end remained with me and I have to admit even sleeping with the light on was not enough to subside the fear that it left building inside me. Only a master writer could pull this kind of feat. Mr. LaChance is turning into one of the greats right along with King, Bradbury, and Lovecraft. Move over folks there is a new writer on the block and this one knows what really scares you. This one knows just the right places to hit. Crazy is by far, the best book of its kind I have ever read. I heard this before I read it and I thought that was a big statement for people to be making. This is truly one of the best paranormal books ever written. Do yourself a favor and read CRAZY!

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