Ghosts of New England

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Random House Value Publishing, Jul 7, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 385 pages
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"Ghosts of New England" is a collection of true ghost stories, incursions from the World Beyond witnessed or reliably reported by those who were there when they happened.

These accounts of true hauntings are the results of the work of one of the world's leading investigators of the paranormal, Professor Hans Holzer, Ph.D. Found only in his books, these are the real ghost stories of New England.

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User Review  - vtmom13 - LibraryThing

Don't waist your time reading this book. If you believed in ghost before, you wont believe in them when your done. Mr Holzer should trying learning about the places and people he writes for, or maybe he should consider that some of us know our history. Read full review

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User Review  - Karla - Goodreads

I have two things to say to so-called "Professor Hans Holzer": 1. Exclamation points are not acceptable this much in narrative writing. 2. New England consists of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Hans Holzer's interest in parapsychology started early in life-at age three! As a precocious, inquisitive nine year old in Vienna, Austria, he began writing poems and dramas on the subject of ghosts and performed experiments in "raising the dead."
Holzer went on to earn a Ph.D., and today Dr. Holzer is the author of ninety-six books dealing mainly with psychic subjects and investigations of the paranormal. He has taught parapsychology for eight years at the New York Institute of Technology and lectures extensively. Holzer also writes and produces television and feature films, and is a regular guest on television and radio talk shows.

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