Paranormal Casebook: Ghost Hunting in the New Millenium

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In cases when mysterious phenomena jar our understandings of the material world, the experts in paranormal research can provide astonishing explanations. A parapsychologist and paranormal investigator, the author of this volume plumbs 25 years of experience to create a personal and captivating account of events both common and uncommon to the field of paranormal research. Anecdotes and studies in this volume run the gamut from encounters with intelligent entities and imprints of past events to peculiar moving ...
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Overview

In cases when mysterious phenomena jar our understandings of the material world, the experts in paranormal research can provide astonishing explanations. A parapsychologist and paranormal investigator, the author of this volume plumbs 25 years of experience to create a personal and captivating account of events both common and uncommon to the field of paranormal research. Anecdotes and studies in this volume run the gamut from encounters with intelligent entities and imprints of past events to peculiar moving objects to those events that may seem paranormal but actually have common explanations. Major research centers and related resources are discussed, and advice is given on how to judge the credibility of self-professed ghost hunters.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781933177045
  • Publisher: Atriad Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Pages: 253
  • Sales rank: 558,266
  • Product dimensions: 5.58 (w) x 8.54 (h) x 0.61 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2005

    A terrific read from America's leading ghostbuster

    This is a terrific new book from America's best known ghostbuster, parapsychologist Loyd Auerbach. I suppose in some ways the title is a bit misleading, because this is far more than just a collection of ghost cases that Loyd has investigated. It covers all the basics. What ghosts are. What poltergeists are. What hauntings are. What makes them different. How you deal with them. What the right way is to approach a case. How to do a good investigation. And, perhaps more importantly (although often forgotten), how do you actually HELP the people who are having these experiences. I love this book. It's written in a wonderfully clear style and full of interesting tales of things that go bump in the night (not all of which are ghosts!). A great buy for anyone interested in paranormal phenomena.

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