Celtic Mysteries Windows to Another Dimension in America's Northeast

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Cosimo, Inc., Sep 1, 2005 - Religion - 184 pages
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Centered in New York's Hudson River Valley are a series of mysterious stone chambers and carved standing megaliths that have perplexed researchers of the paranormal and archaeologist for decades. What are the strange carvings and language written on the chambers walls? Why are these structures built over areas of negative magnetic anomalies? Scientists and historians tend to write off these structures as colonial root cellars, but authors Philip Imbrogno and Marianne Horrigan, who have researched and studied the chambers for more than ten years, believe they are evidence that the East Coast of North America was explored by people from Europe centuries before Columbus. The ancient people who constructed these chambers may have been Druids who came to the new world in search of a gateway to the world of the gods. The paranormal and UFO phenomena associated with these stone chambers suggest they may indeed be windows to another reality. "The book is a must read for anyone who is interested in the paranormal, UFOs, and ancient archeology. If you like a real life mystery, then this book will keep you enthralled from cover to cover." -- Greenwich Time Philip Imbrogno has been investigating and researching paranormal phenomena for more than thirty years. He has a BS degree in astronomy from the University of Texas, a BS degree in Earth Science from Northeastern/ Boston College, and a Masters degree in chemistry from M.I.T. He is has been a science educator for the past 25 years and has authored countless magazine articles, numerous newspaper columns, and several books on science and the paranormal. Marianne Horrigan is a paranormal researcher whose articles have appeared in Fate and UFO Universe. She has been involved in research projects at the Bowman Observatory in Greenwich, Connecticut, and has co-authored several books with Philip Imbrogno.
 

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I didn't read the book, but seems interesting. Just as a note for the authors: You guys missed a cave! There are three (3!) "monk caves" in Shutsbury.

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Marianne Horrigan is a UFO researcher who has written articles for "FATE" magazine and "UFO Universe".

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