Ghosts I've Met

Ghosts I've Met

by Hans Holzer
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Ghosts I've Met 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hans Holzer hunted haunted houses before it became popular. This book is an overview of his work that covers years of time and locations across the world. There are case stories, haunted histories, and reliable evidence from the original "Ghost Hunter." I have read a number of haunting related books, and this one is very different in a good way. This author is a little hard to follow because he packs a ton of information in a small space (one book). There are a lot of cases, tv interviews, and personal notes contained herein. Primarily, Holzer talks about the evolution of ghost hunting through time, and the varied reactions that he has received to his work. This book covers a long period of time, and the stories are not all in chronological order. It can a bit confusing at times. It was hard to read past the first few chapters, but I am very glad that I did. After I finished reading "Ghosts I've Met," I developed a healthy respect for Hans Holzer and his work in the paranormal field. I have the hardcover book, so I do not know how the ebook looks. If you are interested in hauntings and spirits, this book will give you some added perspective. I recommend this book wholeheartedly. Give it a try. PS. I do not know the author, except through his writing in books. This is an objective review. -AvidReader
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book by Hans Holzer is very informative. It gives the reader an insight into the supernatural realm. If you like books about the supernatural then give this one a shot!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The truth is, I love ghosts stories, and the contents were interesting. However, it was almost impossible to read! I don't think I even got through it, I don't even remember. I wish I could rewrite it without the dates, places, times, and names that make it so complicated. If a condensed, summarized version was out there, I would love it!