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Steven Wolff, is a San Antonio Texas native. When he's not entertaining his golden retriever Kaylee; he can be found writing at his computer, behind his camera photographing lightning or tornadoes, or traveling to yet another site of reported paranormal activity. Steven founded The Ghost Education & Research Center and The South Texas Ghost Hunters Alliance in 2001 - dedicated to helping both the living and the dead.
on Nov. 09, 2012 :
I read this book in the period of two days. It's a nice compilation of paranormal investigation inquiries from individuals who are suffering from a possible haunting in their homes.
It's nice to read about families from all walks of life, belief, heritage, gender, etc. all concerned about strange happenings in their lives; regardless of their own personal beliefs.
Since they were letters sent to the author, there were a few rough chapters to read through. A couple of incidents, like the story of "I'm Getting Too Old For This...," where I struggled to read through. I was unsure if the author had intended to keep the letters raw and in true format, of the editing was missed.
It may help for readers to know that the author intended to keep the letters as true to their nature as possible; keeping the point that everyone who has reached out to their paranormal team was a family, no matter their background.
Another area, which could possibly lead into a secondary book, was a follow up. The story, "“Don’t Forget To Lock The Door..." left me saddened by the last line in the letter. It also left me with the question, "I wonder what ended up happening with this family?" There were quite a few incidents where I was left questioning how the family turned out in the end.
Was it a negative haunting/attachment?
Were they ok?
Did they move?
I'd love to find out what happens in book two.. .hint hint.
(review of free book)