Hauntings and Poltergeists: A Ghost Hunter's Guide

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Ronin Publishing, Jun 15, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 144 pages
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Explains the theories behind ghostly phenomena from the perspective of parapsychology. Covers whether or not anyone can prove the existence of ghosts. What these hauntings and poltergeists are are and what they tell us about human experience.How knowledge of parapsychological lab research enhances understanding of apparitions, hauntings and poltergeists, both from the perspective of an investigator and the people who encounters them. How investigators can recognize and enhance their psychic abilities. Written by a world-renowned ghostbuster, Loyd Auerbach

 

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Contents

PARAPSYCHOLOGY
10
EXTRA SENSORY PERCEPTION
18
PSYCHOKINESIS
26
SURVIVAL
36
BEGINNINGS
44
IN THE LAB
54
APPARITIONS
63
APPARITIONS AND PSI
74
NOT PSI
125
THE CASE OF LOIS
134
THE SEXORCISTS CASE
143
TWO POLTERGEISTS
149
WEIRD NOT PARANORMAL
157
GHOST HUNTING TIPS
164
BEING PSYCHIC
173
DEVELOPING PSI
181

HAUNTINGS
84
HAUNTINGS AND PSI
92
POLTERGEISTS
102
POLTERGEISTS AND PSI
110
CONTROVERSY
119
INDEX
189
PROFESSOR PARANORMAL
191
Ronin Books for Independent Minds
192
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Loyd Auerbach has an M.S. in Parapsychology from John F. Kennedy University and a B.A in Cultural Anthropology from Northwestern University.
Director, The Office of Paranormal Investigations (founded 1989)
Consulting Editor and Columnist for FATE magazine since 1991
Adjunct Professor in Consciousness Studies, John F. Kennedy University (on Faculty since 1983)
President, California Society for Psychical Study
President, Psychic Entertainers Association
Associate Member, Parapsychological Association
Corresponding Member, the Society for Scientific Exploration

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