Laurie Champion

Biography

Laurie Champion was born in New Jersey but now resides in Florida. She has been a hostile haunts resolutionist and paranormal investigator for 35 years now. Laurie and her team the "Hostile Haunts Specialists" have helped to resolve many hauntings over the years. She helps to refer cases and act as a consultant for hostile hauntings all over the country. Laurie is also the author of "Never forever dead," a book on hostile hauntings. "Bringing the paranormal field out of the dark ages" is her latest offering to those readers interested in spirit study. Laurie has learned much in her journey of over three decades and it is her goal to bring some new theories and ideas forward for consideration.

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Bringing the paranormal field out of the dark ages
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 46,900. Language: English. Published: June 7, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Spiritual awakening
Bringing the paranormal field out of the dark ages is geared to offer new, and controversial information, that may challenge many of the theories, currently held by the mainstream paranormal community. The author offers her experiences and discoveries, in the attempt to urge people to look beyond what we think we know.

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evp    ghosts    hauntings    paranormal   

Smashwords book reviews by Laurie Champion

  • The Crater Mountain Sasquatch Legend on May 05, 2015
    (no rating)
    I love to read Bigfoot and Sasquatch stories, both fiction and non-fiction. I totally enjoyed this book. It had it's little grammar errors, especially in the first part but then it straightened out and evolved into an engrossing story that I wanted to keep reading. I like the fact that the author tried to do something different with this book than the usual spin. Most Sasquatch tales usually either present them as cuddly, gentle, hairy humans or horrible blood thirsty monsters. This book captured their ability to be dangerous simply because of their size and strength, while keeping them somewhat human like in their nature. I feel this is a more realistic portrayal than the other two extremes that are most popular in this genre. The scene where a Sasquatch destroys a cabin shows the absolute power of these creatures, and also how out of place they would be in our little world. Because the book takes a turn towards science fiction with the alien connection, I did not give it five stars simply because I hate alien stories to be honest. Nevertheless I did enjoy this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes Sasquatch stories. The book also includes a bonus chapter which is always a nice touch to me.