The Ghosts of Captain Grants Inn by Carol Matsumoto

The Ghosts of Captain Grants Inn by Carol Matsumoto

When Carol Matsumoto purchased a dilapidated house in Poquetanuck, Connecticut she could never have foreseen the psychic and paranormal path that the house  would take her along. Originally built in 1754, this piece of important American history was clearly a challenge on many fronts – not least of all because it’s new owner took on its renovation with few resources other than a powerful sense of faith and divinely-inspire purpose. Today, Captain Grants Inn is a popular bed and breakfast establishment with visitors coming from all over the World to…

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Ghost Box by Chris Moon & Paulette Moon

Ghost Box by Chris Moon & Paulette Moon

When the wife of Thomas Edison died the famous inventor became extremely fascinated in the concept of life after death. Being of a scientific mind he started to consider the possibility that he could create a machine that had the capability of communicating with the spirits of the deceased. Edison began to build what has been called his Telephone to the Dead and soon posted project updates in periodicals such as Scientific American and Forbes, His ideas were not generally very well-received by his peers and sadly, Edison failed to…

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Dark Spirits by Steven Lancaster

Dark Spirits by Steven Lancaster

Steven Lancaster is a paranormal researcher who has been investigating ghosts since 1997. In 2007 he formed the Paranormal Investigations Team and is currently the producer of MonsterVisioTV, an independent Paranormal investigations program with nearly two million views worldwide. Such is his status as a paranormal researcher that he has been interviewed on his experiences on hundreds of radio shows. A Life Chasing the Darkness Lancaster has detailed some of the most terrifying investigations that he has been personally been involved with over the past fifteen years in his book…

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The World’s Most Haunted Hospitals by Richard Estep

The World’s Most Haunted Hospitals by Richard Estep

Many of today’s modern TV dramas center around a hospital for the simple reason that hospitals are, by their very nature, places of high drama and emotional excess. It all makes for great entertainment. Whilst most of our actual, real-life hospitals present, on the face of it at least, an environment of scrupulous cleanliness, military-like order and high human virtue, this has not always been the case. Some of our older medical establishments have a hidden history of abuse, scandal and malicious intent born from a less enlightened and caring…

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Haunted by the Abyss by Sarah Soderlund

Haunted by the Abyss by Sarah Soderlund

Anyone who is of the mistaken opinion that anyone who holds any sort of belief in the paranormal or the supernatural is uneducated, superstitious and uncultivated needs to consider the work of a popular psychic and paranormal investigator – one who holds a master’s degree in forensic psychology, is a licensed hypnotherapist and holistic practitioner. Sarah Soderlund – or “Paranormal Sarah” as she is more commonly known, is that person and when you consider that the long list of paranormal subjects that she investigates includes, but is not limited to;…

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Ghosts of Lincoln by Adam Selzer

Ghosts of Lincoln by Adam Selzer

Over many years Adam Selzer has amassed a huge collection of information on the life and strange, paranormal circumstances that have surrounded Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865). In his book, Ghosts of Lincoln: Discovering His Paranormal Legacy, he shares some of his research into one a man whose life and violent death has fascinated the American public for a very long time. In the opening to his book Adam expresses the opinion that ‘It’ fair to say that Lincoln haunts the United States, whether as an actual ghost, as several different ghosts,…

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Forevermore by Kristy Robinett

Forevermore by Kristy Robinett

Edgar Allan Poe (born January 19, 1809), one of America’s most popular and enduring authors and poets, died in rather mysterious circumstances on the evening of October 3, 1849. Whilst Poe’s acumen at writing short stories is not in dispute, he was clearly, like so many creative geniuses, a troubled man. Suspicions have remained to this day that he died at the hand of darker forces than even he had written about during his fraught career as a writer. In her book Forevermore: Guided in Spirit by Edgar Allan Poe psychic…

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