Taking The Paranormal and Spiritual World Seriously. Theories: Thoughts - Experiences [NOOK Book]

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Taking the Paranormal and Spiritual World Seriously is the way Chicago Paranormal Host and Psychic Medium Edward Shanahan believes it should be explored.


In this book you will find his paranormal and spiritual experiences over the years. His unique theories pertaining to Spirits, Crossing Over, Ouija boards, Old Souls and Young Souls, Paranormal Investigations like seances and much more.

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Taking The Paranormal and Spiritual World Seriously. Theories: Thoughts - Experiences

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Overview

Taking the Paranormal and Spiritual World Seriously is the way Chicago Paranormal Host and Psychic Medium Edward Shanahan believes it should be explored.


In this book you will find his paranormal and spiritual experiences over the years. His unique theories pertaining to Spirits, Crossing Over, Ouija boards, Old Souls and Young Souls, Paranormal Investigations like seances and much more.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011395574
  • Publisher: Edward Shanahan
  • Publication date: 6/27/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 734,069
  • File size: 199 KB

Meet the Author

Edward Shanahan is a Chicago entertaining Psychic Reader, Psychic Medium, Spirit Feeler and does Channeling with items of love ones who have passed away.


He is the Paranormal Host of Chicago Paranormal Nights. The paranormal nights are held at locations that have paranormal activity and every night ends with his Circle of Energy Seance.


Edward has spent his whole lifetime within minutes of the Chicago land areas most haunted locations.


He has been written about in four paranormal books (a 5th and 6th are now being worked on).


His own personal Paranormal / Spiritual book was released in the June of 2011.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2015

    I Gave Up At Page 10

    I wanted to like this book - heck, after the first 2 pages I just wanted to get THROUGH the book. But it's an impossible task!

    To anyone who reads this and is thinking about writing anything, much less a book - PLEASE, for the love of all that's holy, stop capitalizing random words! This author does this and it drove me to distraction. An example would be whenever the author writes the word "spiritual", he capitalizes it. There is no reason to do this. It's just plain bad writing.

    He also uses sentence fragments - and not in a literary way for emphasis. He doesn't know the difference between "then", and "than". I could go on and on but why didn't this man have an editor?

    When I got to the part on page 10 about him finding an occult shop in a major shopping center in Chicago, in the 1970s, I just gave up. I don't know, maybe he thinks no one who reads his book will have been alive then but I can tell you, occult stores were not common and they were no more to be found in shopping malls then than they are now (see how I used "then" and "than" properly?).

    He was a private investigator and supposedly an on-call policeman for the state? I find that really hard to believe. Mostly because I am a policeman's daughter and I know there isn't such a thing as an "on-call policeman". If he meant some kind of citizen organization that works with the police, he ought to have said so.

    Anyway, the book is poorly written, seems disingenuous (to put it nicely), and is just an all-around bad read. The author does a lot of "humble-bragging", and if he is so spiritual maybe he ought to ask his guides how to curb that ego of his.

    And he needs to take a basic English writing class, or hope his "spiritual feeler" (his words, not mine) gigs are enough to support him. Because he surely will not make it as a writer.

    Book gets deleted as soon as I write this review.

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