True Police Stories of the Strange & Unexplained

True Police Stories of the Strange & Unexplained

by Ingrid P. Dean
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True Police Stories of the Strange & Unexplained by Ingrid P. Dean

Early one evening, I was patrolling alone and decided to stop a vehicle with its taillight out. I had no way of knowing that this seemingly routine decision would lead to a strange twist of fate years later. . .

These true, first-hand accounts from law enforcement officials across the nation reveal how intuition, apparitions, UFOs, prophetic dreams, and other forces beyond our understanding have impacted them in the course of duty.

The weird and unexplained experiences in this book take place in the midst of the death-defying gun battles, thrilling rescues, and heart-searing tragedies that police officers face every day—and reveal the fascinating inner lives of the heroic men and women behind the badge.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780738730912
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.
Publication date: 09/08/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 511,538
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Ingrid P. Dean (Traverse City, MI) is a retired detective sergeant and forensic artist whose career with the Michigan State Police spanned more than twenty years. She holds a master's degree in transpersonal studies, and spent time in Iraq training police officers. Her numerous television and radio appearances for Spirit of the Badge, her self-published book, include an interview with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM.


Ingrid P. Dean (Traverse City, MI) is a retired detective sergeant and forensic artist whose career with the Michigan State Police spanned more than twenty years. She holds a master's degree in transpersonal studies, and spent time in Iraq training police officers. Her numerous television and radio appearances for Spirit of the Badge, her self-published book, include an interview with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM.

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True Police Stories of the Strange & Unexplained 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
JerryGK More than 1 year ago
I love listening to interesting stories of people¿s experiences, I once had a teacher who drove an ambulance for a local funeral home one summer, and the stories he related to us were quite interesting to say the least. My Brother drove a truck and he was a great story teller, you could set and listen to him for hours and never get bored. This book was like that, it was like sitting down with a good friend over a cup of coffee and having her telling you the stories. Ingrid is a great story teller; I couldn¿t put it down and would love to hear more. I¿ve always had great deal of respect for the men and women who patrol our streets and highways; they put their lives on line and definitely have a higher calling. It¿s exciting but not all glamour like television cops. Somehow it was better, some stories were happy some were sad. Most of all it showed how we are all somehow interconnected. I believe a higher calling puts us where we need to be in that moment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was interested in this book because American who serve in law enforcement, emergency first responders, and our military, do in fact have unexplained events that they witness. I liked the many short stories in this format. It was nice to pick up and read the next one, and it left you wanting more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book gave good entertainment value for the money. Some of the stories were heart-wrenching, some described miraculously improbable coincidences, and others were just jaw-droppingly freaky. My only real criticism is that some of the stories that purported to show divine intervention or higher powers at work could just as easily be explained by coincidence or other factors. Yet these same stories were still compelling and fun to read. I felt that a couple of the reviews on this book were way too harsh. I'm not sure what these readers were expecting. All in all, I felt that this book delivered the goods as promised.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the stories. Thanks to all the officers who were willing to share their stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have more respect for "Fifty Shades of Grey" than I do this compilation of sheer ridiculousness. One flat, boring, and insultingly unconvincing story after another. In my humble opinion, the so-called "author" may perceive herself as nothing but a very mediocre scholar, and has a great deal of nerve calling herself an author. Anyone who put a five star rating on this book is either an idiot, a close personal friend, or a supportive but dishonest relative.
Butterfly92 More than 1 year ago
my all time favorite book and well I wasn't much of a reader but after reading this book I got hooked :)  
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This book sucked.. my sister recomended i,t and I should of known better then to follow her suggestion.