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Review: Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified
Review of the book: Exposed, Uncovered, and Declassified: Ghosts, Spirits & Hauntings edited by Michael Pye and Kirsten Dalley.

Review: Insidious
It has been a long while since I’ve seen a really fine spooky movie. A movie that scared me so much that I was even just a little bit afraid of the dark!

Review: Mark Twain Strange & Wonderful
Lee Prosser, author, artist, UFOlogist, paranormal sensitive, composer, explorer and paranormal researcher passed away in July of 2011. A fitting final book for Prosser, “Mark Twain Strange and Wonderful” reflects his decades of dedicated research and passion for his favorite author, Mark Twain.

Review: Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander, M.D.
Review of book by Dr. Eben Alexander called Proof of Heaven.

Review: Relentless by Dean Koontz
I just finished Dean Koontz’s latest release, Relentless, and, as usual, was reluctant to come to the end of the story and leave the characters I had grown to love behind.

Review: The Conjuring
It’s been my experience for a number of years now that most scary movies just aren’t scary. I am happy to report that this isn’t the case at all with the 2013 horror movie The Conjuring.

Review: The Girl on Legare Street
This sequel to The House on Tradd Street by Karen White might be considered a mystery story with ghosts or a ghost story with a mystery. The tale also includes elements of history, romance, and humor.

Richard Harris and The Tower House
Irish actor Richard Harris enjoyed telling the story of his home being haunted by the spirit of a small boy who had been buried in the tower at some point.

Robert Slatzer and Marilyn’s Ghost
After about half an hour, the night became completely silent. Nothing moved in the air, not even a blade of grass stirred. Suddenly, “a terrific wind came up.” Slatzer said it was hurricane-like for several minutes, but not on the sides of the road. It was completely still all around them.

Rudolph Valentino’s Ghost
Although I had heard of the “woman in black” who brings red roses to the grave of Rudolph Valentino every year on the anniversary of his death, I wasn’t aware of the numerous sightings of the great lover in various places since he passed in late August of 1926.

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