Ghost Tracks

Ghost Tracks

What History, Science, and Fifty Years of Field Research Have Revealed About Ghosts, Evil, and Life After Death

Book - 2004
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For more than fifty years, Lorraine Warren a validated clairvoyant and her husband Ed Warren a respected demonologist have been tracking paranormal phenomena around the world.

Ghost Tracks pulls together five decades of field research experience, along with historic, scientific, and religious perspectives to reveal that even the paranormal have predictable patterns of behavior.   These patterns enable the Warrens to discern what is happening and why.

Lectures and selected case studies and letters demonstrate what it is like to live with, investigate, and resolve the mystery of ghosts, poltergeist, and evil infestations.   Ghost Tracks has a refreshing style making it an easy read, entertaining as well as informative.

Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. : AuthorHouse, 2004.
ISBN: 9781418467678
Characteristics: viii, 319 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Warren, Lorraine
Warren, Ed


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