A Paranormal Reader
True encounters with remarkable mediums, ghostly visits, precognition, remote viewing, near-death experiences, voices without bodies, mystic visions, negative entities, spirit rescue, out-of-body travel, animal communication, higher selves, orbs, angels, shadow men, columns of light, and a lily in the snow -- extraordinary stories alongside science, medical research, and paranormal history. More
One gray Winter’s day Gail Godfrey began to pen a few of the mysteries that she’s witnessed, an eerie incident on a Saratoga Battlefield, her vacation in The House of the Two-Suicides, and a Gettysburg field hospital that sprang to life. Folks began asking what she was doing, holed-up, typing for hours. When she told them, wham-o, everyone had a supernatural encounter to share. A Paranormal Reader chronicles countless first-hand accounts of the unexplained, experienced by rational people. Then it weaves-in research from the halls of physics, consciousness studies, medicine, and remote viewing. Whether you’re a graduate student of the supernatural or an apprentice, this book expands and provokes your beliefs about the dimensions beyond.