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So you think you want to play Ouija all by yourself? That’s probably not a good idea. Haven’t you heard about the dangers of stirring up the spirits and risking the possibility of having an unwanted ghost attach itself to you?
During my freshman year of college, a horrible incident occurred that was related to a Ouija game. The Ouija group started out as a few girls living next door to me. Every afternoon about 3 p.m., these girls would gather in the dorm and call up the spirit of a man they believed to be a former student of the college during the 1970’s. This particular spirit gave himself a name and confessed that he had killed himself in the boy’s dormitory several years before. He was 21 years old at the time of his death. The details that the spirit provided were quite convincing. He went on to name the weapon that he used. It was all…
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A fantastic review by The Real Book Spy…
Part II of this series is now available, The Phoenix Codes.
Many thanks to Paul Hill! An extraordinary and talented writer with a gift for catching ghosts! 😉
The Best Selling Amazon author L. Sydney Fisherhas a penchant for the truth, something typically stranger than fiction. She published See No Evil toward the end of last year as a somewhat historical work, though it is much more than that. As fiction based on facts she discovered quite accidentally, she still felt compelled to write about them. This author has no qualms about researching exactly what that elusive quarry decides to deliver. The presentation is colored with fictional characters and situations, but it remains “inspired by true events.”
Historical fiction is not easy to write; perhaps even harder than made-up fare. Any reader who has the chops to stop and research a given point or story line will soon find out if there are discrepancies. Most readers will simply read an exciting story though, unaware of where things are coming from. That’s okay too.
See No Evil
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While thumbing through articles on WordPress, I came across an author’s blog that immediately captured my attention. I read the author’s bio and discovered that he was a realtor who had an unusual practice not commonly seen in my part of the country. I was instantly drawn in.
Paul Hill, author of Lanes End, is a paranormal investigator who often investigates homes in the real estate market. As co-founder of a paranormal investigation group, Light in the Dark Paranormal, the group investigates suspected haunted places that include ghost towns and old mining sites in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Educated with a degree in Experimental Psychology and a minor in Sociology, Paul approaches the paranormal with a healthy dose of skepticism but also recognizes his extraordinary gift of extrasensory perception.
His book, Lanes End, is a product of superb writing that takes you through every paranormal twist and turn you can fathom. It’s a combination of the author’s experiences as a paranormal investigator and a good dose of fiction, but the author’s finely weaved suspense will leave you wondering what’s real and what’s not. His use of alien abduction as a theme in the story serves as a backdrop with the addition of Odessa’s ghost. As a paranormal researcher and author of paranormal thrillers, I found Lanes End to be a story that I would want to read more than once. It’ll grab you fast and pull you in. One of my favorite lines in this book was….
“Many ghosts live in limbo for eternity, unaware of the passage of time and remembering their own tragic end as if it was yesterday. Some are rescued and move on to my world. Many do not. This is not to say there are not well-adjusted earthbound spirits, those who are relatively content with their station in the afterlife, perhaps as a guardian of the mortals or places they left.”
The book is convincing, regardless of its fictional story-line and characters, and I found much of the book’s content relative to the real world of paranormal research and the afterlife. Lanes End is a paranormal experience all its own and one that you won’t forget!
For more information about Paul’s research, find him here….
Signed copies of Lanes End are available here…