Will Storr Vs. the Supernatural: One Man's Search for the Truth about Ghosts

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Ebury Publishing, 2007 - Ghosts - 311 pages
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"Accompanying a self-described demonologist in Philadelphia for a magazine story, London journalist and self-described skeptic Storr quickly came face to face with evidence he couldn't dismiss-a close encounter with a poltergeist ("something had touched me, hard enough to launch me to my feet") and a divination aficionado who may very well have been possessed. In the account that follows, Storr takes readers into some of the more disturbing and disturbed corners of modern ghost-hunting, whipping up a chilling, funny, thought-provoking page-turner. With great care and greater humor, Storr accompanies paranormal investigators famous and obscure, ghost hunting clubs and perplexed homeowners, taking time to research famous cases and discuss his findings with the experts, as well as the witnesses and victims of hauntings. The evidence he finds-from orbs of light that dance on-camera to spectral voices recorded on tape to seemingly possessed individuals-proves only slightly more fascinating than the folks who pursue it, a grand collection of kooks, swindlers, skeptics and true believers"--Publishers Weekly.

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User Review  - ChrisWeir - LibraryThing

Love ghost story books. This is kind of a new take on what I would generally read. Will Storr is a British journalist who takes us along on his journey to try and discover the truth behind ghost and ... Read full review

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User Review  - russell.alynn - LibraryThing

I enjoyed reading this book because it wasn't just your average non-fiction ghost story. Will Storr is a journalist, and he definitely tries to seek out the truth and provide as much evidence and as ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Will Storr is a feature writer and travel journalist based in south London. His work has appeared in a wide range of titles including The Times, Observer, Daily Mirror, The Face, Arena, High Life, Q, Zoo and Loaded.

For more information, please visit Will's website at willstorr.com

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