True Tales of the Paranormal: Hauntings, Poltergeists, Near Death Experiences, and Other Mysterious Events (Google eBook)

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Dundurn, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 254 pages
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There are things in this world that we cannot explain, and occurrences that make us ponder the very nature of our existence. True Tales of the Paranormal is an intriguing examination of reincarnation, premonitions, and other spooky inexplicables from a scientific perspective, exploring modern scientific theories and current research. The author also provides suggestions on how to deal with paranormal experiences and where to go for help and information. Even readers who have never had psychic experiences will be drawn into the lives of those who have and will be left questioning the world as we know it.

  

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Chapter One Rubicon 13
15
Chapter Two Rubicon Revisited
29
Chapter Four Stratosfear
48
Chapter Five The Far Side of the Sky
57
Chapter Six If I Should Die Before I Wake
68
Chapter Seven The Night Owl
77
Chapter Nine Breathless
119
Chapter Ten Mysterioso Visita
130
Chapter Eleven Dispatches From the Medical Front
147
Chapter Twelve Interview with a Psychiatrist
182
Appendix
221
Notes and Sources
241
Suggested Reading
252
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About the author (2002)

Kimberly I.A. Molto is a research scientist specializing in cognitive neurobiology. She has both taken courses and given lectures on the subject of parapsychology. She has had personal encounters with PSI activity and describes herself as an amateur sleuth, investigating cases brought to her attention. She is working on a sequel to this book.

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