Take Your Pick of Haunted Places

Author: G. G. Lake
Publisher: Raintree
ISBN: 1474735932
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Prepare to be scared as you choose between some of the scariest places on Earth. Fun facts willl keep kids scared, interested and grossed out "

Trail of Terror

Author: Richard Estep
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 073875613X
Format: PDF
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"An exciting journey through darkness that is filled with moments of pure light."—Jeffery Pritchett, host of ChurchOfMabusRadio.com Follow the thrilling investigations of a man who has peered into more dark places than most and sought the answers to questions we fear to ask From the watchful ghosts in the Denver Firehouse Museum to the dark spirit that terrorizes the London Underground, Trail of Terror invites you on a hair-raising adventure to haunted locations across the United States and England. Discover the restless phantoms who inhabit the Hostel, one of Britain's most famous haunted houses. Explore the Cripple Creek Jail, where prisoners and jailers alike are held long after death. Enter the infamous Black Monk House of West Yorkshire, home of the king of poltergeists. Richard Estep gives you an in-depth look at these supernatural phenomena, presenting details so vivid you can almost feel each chilling presence that he encounters.

Paranormal Case Files of Great Britain Volume 2

Author: Malcolm Robinson
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1326874225
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Here in the follow up to Paranormal Case Files of Great Britain (Volume 1) Malcolm Robinson continues to provide the public with some astonishing ghostly and paranormal encounters. The book is jam packed with tale after tale of people's own harrowing ghostly experiences. Malcolm also provides the reader with the best case of paranormal activity that he personally has encountered, (The Chingford Seance) All in all, this book is packed to the gunnels with accounts that will simply stand the hair up on the back of your neck!

A Brief Guide to Ghost Hunting

Author: Leo Ruickbie
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1780338279
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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There has been an upsurge in books, television programmes, films and websites exploring the reality or otherwise of the spirit world. Not since the founding of The Ghost Club in 1862 and the Society for Psychical Research in 1882 has ghost hunting been so popular. Television and the internet, in particular, have fueled this new level of interest, creating a modern media phenomenon that spans the globe. But while the demand for information is high, good information remains scarce. A Brief Guide to Ghost Hunting leads us through the process of ghost hunting, from initially weighing the first report, to choosing equipment, and investigating and identifying the phenomena, with an analysis of the best places to go looking, methods of contacting the spirit world, how to explain paranormal activity and, crucially, how to survive the encounter. However, it is also a book about ghost hunting itself, drawing on 130 years of research in the cavernous archives of the Society for Psychical Research and even older history to find the earliest ghost stories. A Ghost Hunting Survey makes use of interviews with those billing themselves as ghost hunters to find out their views, motivations and experiences. New and original research makes use of statistics to map the nebulous world of apparitions while a Preliminary Survey of Hauntings offers an analysis of 923 reported phenomena from 263 locations across the UK. This is, as far as possible, an objective presentation of ghosts and ghost hunting. It is no wonder that mainstream science largely refuses to deal with the subject: it is too complicated. Without trying to convince you of any viewpoint, this book is intended to help you understand more.