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Ghosts of the Northeast
     

Ghosts of the Northeast

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by David J. Pitkin, Hans Holzer (Preface by)
 
Finally, a book that surpasses the traditional fright genre of ghost stories. The author aims to get the reader's intellectual juices flowing, stimulating deep insight into each haunt's unique circumstances. Gone are traditional, simplistic images of malefic evil-bent shades, as the author esteems a new generation of intelligent seekers after deeper spiritual truth.

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Finally, a book that surpasses the traditional fright genre of ghost stories. The author aims to get the reader's intellectual juices flowing, stimulating deep insight into each haunt's unique circumstances. Gone are traditional, simplistic images of malefic evil-bent shades, as the author esteems a new generation of intelligent seekers after deeper spiritual truth. Thanks to Pitkin's diverse metaphysical background, you gain enlightenment on many ghosts' unresolved spiritual struggles, which may also be your own. With the aid of talented psychics, he probes the lives of many of those in the Shadowland, often discovering the links holding these entities in Earth-attachment. A historian, he provides easily understood backgrounds of these individuals' lives and times. Ghostly phenomena are presented in spiritual terms, providing a dynamic understanding of those not yet at peace. Most of these stories have never before been published.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780966392524
Publisher:
Aurora Publications NY
Publication date:
06/28/2002
Pages:
396
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.10(d)

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Ghosts of the Northeast 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Joseph54 More than 1 year ago
Mr. Pitkin has a wonderful way of telling the story of the many places and people in this book. I live in New England and this book was a "GEM" for me to find. I had heard of many of the stories and many more I had not heard about. The book is very representative of New England Paranormal phenomenon. It was trully a joy to read. I think anyone reading this book will be very satisfied, you may also be inspired to visit New England.