HAUNTED: The Ghosts That Share Our World

HAUNTED The Ghosts That Share Our World HERE IN WORDS across plus pages eyewitnesses to the unknown describe their bizarre brushes with ghosts Author journalist John Pinkney has investigated several thousand hauntings and this c

  • Title: HAUNTED: The Ghosts That Share Our World
  • Author: John Pinkney Anne Spudvilas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 488
  • Format: ebook
  • HERE IN 92,000 WORDS, across 350 plus pages eyewitnesses to the unknown describe their bizarre brushes with ghosts Author journalist John Pinkney has investigated several thousand hauntings,and this collection contains many of his most intriguing cases Against a background of authentic photographs and artwork, Pinkney s unique book describes The case of the newsreadHERE IN 92,000 WORDS, across 350 plus pages eyewitnesses to the unknown describe their bizarre brushes with ghosts Author journalist John Pinkney has investigated several thousand hauntings,and this collection contains many of his most intriguing cases Against a background of authentic photographs and artwork, Pinkney s unique book describes The case of the newsreader who died at the microphone then haunted his radio station for the following 25 years The asphalt apparitions that haunt highways worldwide prompting some authorities to install roadsigns warning living drivers The mansion owner who, after intense detective work, discovered her resident ghost s horrific secret The drowned man s face that invaded an official police photograph The furious phantom that shocked a million TV viewers Telephone calls from the tsunami dead And much This enthralling book is a comprehensive survey of modern hauntings offering authentic reports and analysis of supernatural events in the 20th and 21st centuries ALSO by JOHN PINKNEY IN EBOOKS Alien Airships Over Old AmericaThe Mary Celeste SyndromeAustralia s Strangest Mysteries A Paranormal FileThirst An Inheritance of EvilThe Girl Who Touched InfinityThe Key and the Fountain.

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    1. You come away from this book having learned one major thing: Australia is absolutely teeming with ghosts.This book, essentially a compilation of newspaper and radio reports, along with some first-person accounts of various ghost sightings and poltergeist-type experiences, is written in an objective, factual style. Not exactly gripping reading, but interesting nonetheless, and not the least because I've had a few paranormal experiences of my own.Personal experience is why the topic of the superna [...]

    2. If you find true paranormal accounts to be as truly captivating as yours truly, then John Pinkney's HAUNTED: The Ghosts That Share Our World is more than well worth a read. At more than 350 pages (at least 100 or more more than a whole lot of other ghost story collections out there - most of which will also most likely cost you a great deal more than Mr. Pinkney's ghostly collection), the book isn't just an excellent value; it's a real steal.What's more, the author is a seasoned screenwriter and [...]

    3. Fascinating body of workI loved this work from Mr. Pinkney. This is not the first of his books that I have read but so far it's my favorite. The topics are divided between the type of ghostly experience and makes for a great read as a research volume also. Just buy it and read it, very well worth the time and money. Well researched and written the author let's the voices of the contributors come through so as to read more like a gathering of friends discussing the subject. Thank you, Mr. Pinkney [...]

    4. Really liked this book. A couple of the entries were familiar, but all the rest were new to me. Fascinating. As most of these stories were set in Australia I personally wouldn't have used the same title but one that alluded to Australian ghosts. Well worth your reading time.

    5. very nice mixI loved the energy put I into each story. it wasnt just one similar story following another. each had its own voice and flavor!!

    6. I Missed the Part Where theGhost stories are short, and well, boring. I love ghost stories, but without any substance to them, not worth the read.

    7. Spooky true ghost talesI liked the book. It was a lot of very good ghost tales that got right to the point. Fun to read in the dark.

    8. Very Well WrittenThis has been the best and most interesting book of ghost stories that I have ever read! I won't even finish most ghost books!

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