John Harker is a freelance journalist and ghostwriter who’s been writing and publishing since the 1990s. His personal encounters with unexplainable phenomena have inspired him to explore strange, dark, and disturbing topics in both non-fiction and fiction. He lives with his family in eastern Washington, where the ghosts are dry and dusty.
This all-new volume of true stories takes up where the original Ouija Board Nightmares left off—with even more chilling tales, extraordinary events, and urgent warnings. Containing nearly 60 stories of Ouija board sessions gone terribly wrong, this book offers something for everyone: paranormal enthusiasts, horror fans, thrill seekers, or even concerned parents and friends.
Cautionary tales of supernatural nightmares.
From devilish dolls and haunted Ouija boards to witchcraft disasters and doomed demonic deals, True Tales Trilogy covers a wide spectrum of occult encounters that end in horror, hardship, and tragedy. If there’s one theme that runs throughout this compendium, it’s this: If you play with fire, you’re going to get burned.
One volume: three books!
The occult is dangerous. It opens channels that are best left closed. It attracts entities that don’t play by the rules. And it always demands more than what was bargained for. As these true-life accounts reveal, occult practices can turn a person's normal existence into a living nightmare. Whether by the hand of a dabbler or devotee, once evil is unleashed, it treats everyone the same: hellishly.
Ouija Board Nightmares is a fast-paced, fascinating and frightening look at Ouija board sessions gone terribly wrong. Marketed as a harmless game, the Ouija is anything but. If you've ever been tempted to try one out, whether as a skeptic or a believer, please read this book first. It may just save you a hellish experience -- which can last long after the board is put away.
A collection of true accounts from the frightening yet fascinating world of haunted and demonic dolls. Reading this book will undoubtedly raise more questions than it answers, but one thing is assured: you’ll never look at a doll the same again.