Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's Explorations into High Strangenessby Philip J. Imbrogno
For more than thirty years, paranormal expert and scientist Philip Imbrogno has investigated—or been witness to—amazing phenomena that push the limits of reality. In Files From the Edge, Imbrogno presents the most shocking cases of his career, complete with eyewitness reports and never-before-released/strong>/em>… See more details below
For more than thirty years, paranormal expert and scientist Philip Imbrogno has investigated—or been witness to—amazing phenomena that push the limits of reality. In Files From the Edge, Imbrogno presents the most shocking cases of his career, complete with eyewitness reports and never-before-released photographs.
This scientific investigation into the bizarre paranormal realm of high strangeness features never-before-published, meticulously documented research on the weirdest of the weird—abductions, encounters, and sightings of Bigfoot, sea serpents, and the blood-sucking Chupacabra. Imbrogno examines reports of poltergeists, alien creatures, humanoids, spook lights, ghost voices, earth spirits, and djinn. Using the latest quantum theory, he offers a scientific analysis of how these phantoms of time and space might materialize in our three-dimensional world. Many of the topics covered in this book have been virtually unpublished—until now.
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Ive never been the type of person who reads for fun, until I started reading Phil Imbrogno's books. I've always had an interest in the paranormal, so one day I decided to find a book that talks about this sort of stuff. "Files From the Edge" was the very first book I read and I thought it was exceptional and very well written :). It was a book that I felt I learned a lot from and could not put down :).
As one of the contributors selected by Phil Imbrogno in Files From The Edge, I was as selective as he was in making these experiences public. I find his analysis and explanations as plausible as could possibly be expected, belonging by their nature outside the realm of "Ordinary Science" defined by Thomas Kuhn in his landmark "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions". A 'Paradigm Shift' in new theory is equal in importance to Quantum Physics' impact on universal understanding, and Professor Imbrogno is instrumental in presenting our experiences to support the existence of non-human entities and encounters such as my own. (( I also hold an advanced degree in an empirical science (biomedicine) and applied rigorous criteria in characterizing the experiences recorded in "Files From The Edge" )). I can not overstress our good fortune in having a great mind and man of such human compassion as Phil Imbrogno to investigate one of the most important areas in recorded history.
This book covers a lot of interesting subjects. And I do have to say that it is generally well written. But this is one of those things where I would hope for a bit more in the way of depth than I got... It felt like a grab bag of opinions on different subjects that Ibrogno's other books were. I also have to say that one of the problems I have with this is the basically unverifiable nature of the cases presented. Almost none of the people mentioned have their real names given in the book which simply screams to me "Possibly invented by the author." Perhaps they weren't but when no names are given I have no way of ascertaining the veracity of the cases. So the book loses a lot of respect from me for that.