Ghosts, Specters, and Haunted Places

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Dec 15, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 224 pages
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A must-read for paranormal enthusiasts, this collection of essays explores ghosts, apparitions, and haunted locations. As an expert on the cutting edge of paranormal investigation, each contributor examines ghosts and hauntings from a unique angle and offers his or her own theories that may explain ghostly phenomena. This thought-provoking book will grip the attention of aspiring ghost hunters and anyone interested in unraveling unexplained mysteries.
 

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This book is another great addition to any person's private paranormal book collection. It discusses both the logical aspects of ghosts and poltergeists, while attempting to give a scientific ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
7
When a Ghost Is Not Really a Ghost
27
By Larry Flaxman and Marie D jones
43
Understanding Apparitions
65
By Raymond Buckland
91
Are Spirits All Around
107
Psychic Gift or Psychotic Nightmare?
131
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About the author (2012)

Michael Pye has acquired hundreds of books as acquisitions editor for New Page Books since 2003. He developed a healthy appetite for the unexplained by watching far too many episodes of In Search Of hosted by Leonard Nimoy, which turned him into a reader of books on the strange and unexplained. He earned a BA in English from Southern Connecticut State University.

Kirsten Dalley graduated with honors from Columbia University in 1999 with a BA in comparative literature. Coauthor of The Nightmare Encyclopedia, she has been with Career Press/New Page Books since 2004. Together Michael and Kirsten have edited the anthology series Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified, which includes separate volumes covering UFOs, Ghosts, and Lost Civilizations.

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