November 23, 2009
True Ghosts: Haunting Tales from the Vaults of FATE Magazine
Compiled and edited by Andrew Honigman
Publisher: Llewellyn (September 2009)
Pages: 317 - Price: $15.95
Review by Lee Prosser - email@example.com
Andrew Honigman has a longtime interest in comparative religion, philosophy, and mythology, and his keen interest in the world of paranormal happenings is evident with this fine compilation of hauntings. He is a member of FATE magazine's editorial staff.
This book will have a wide interest for all readers interested in ghosts and the paranormal. Over the past sixty years FATE has published many such true accounts, and this collection is superb in its entertaining and educational sharing of material.
There are many sections to the book. Each section contains true stories which are defined by topic. Among the many sections covered are ghostly apparitions, messages from the dead, dream visitations, near-death and out-of-body experiences, haunted places, spirits helping the living, animal spirits, child ghosts, phantom vehicles and buildings, vortexes, time slips, time portals to other dimensions, past life memories, and spirit guides and angles.
Although some of the true stories are frightening, there are some which are amusing and have a sense of humor about their situations, others are bizarre, and still others are macabre in nature. There is something for everybody in these accounts.
If you are looking for something unusual, that will hold your attention from beginning to end, and something that will run chills up and down your spine, then this book is definitely for you! Highly enjoyable, this is a nice reading adventure and a nice reference book on ghostly encounters you will wish to have in your home library.
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