Cops' True Stories Of The Paranormal: Ghost, UFOs, And Other Shivers

Cops' True Stories Of The Paranormal: Ghost, UFOs, And Other Shivers

by Loren W. Christensen

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Overview

Be sure to check out Loren's new book Seekers of the Paranormal: Ghost Hunters, Ufologists, and Mediums

Best selling author of nearly 60 books, retired cop Loren W. Christensen asked men and women in uniform-police officers, sheriff deputies, SWAT, command, correction officers, and MPs-to convey their experiences with the paranormal. These are veteran officers that have been there and done that, but on one occasion they were confronted with the unexplained.

Here are some of the stories told within:

Close Encounters of the Second Kind
Vanished
Trapped
Eyes
Dead Man Walking
Dead Man's Cane
A Touch of Thanks
The Snitch
The Warning
The Light
The Couple
Wrong Number
Ghost Prisoner
Tower 7
Hospital Morgue
Coffee and Cups
The Stabber
The Faceless Mannequin
White Eagle
The Man in the Window
Strange Place
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Scratches
A Sign in Twisted Metal
He Pulled The Trigger Four Times

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530108244
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/26/2016
Pages: 206
Sales rank: 653,689
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Loren W. Christensen has been involved in law enforcement since 1967. He began as a 21-year-old military policeman in the US Army, serving stateside and as a patrolman in Saigon, Vietnam during the war. At 26, he joined the Portland, Oregon Police Bureau working a variety of jobs to include street patrol, gang enforcement, intelligence, body guarding, and academy trainer, retiring after 25 years. He has trained various security agencies in arrest and control techniques, and officer survival.

After retiring from police work, Loren began a fulltime career as a writer, now with over 50 books in print with five publishers, as well as magazine articles, and blog pieces. He edited a police newspaper for nearly seven years. His non fiction include books on the martial arts, police work, PTSD, mental preparation for violence, meditation, nutrition, exercise, and various subcultures, to include prostitution, street gangs, skid row, and riots.

His fiction series Dukkha was a finalist in the prestigious USA Best Book Awards.

As a martial arts student and teacher since 1965, Loren has earned a total of 11 black belts in three arts and was inducted into the Masters Hall of Fame in 2011.

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