I liked the first volume but this 2nd edition had too many whacky pics for me. This series should stick to paranormal images in the currently understood meaning of the description, and not include substantial numbers of images of daft clouds that look like elephants, cherubs supposedly hiding in a bunch of flowers, or waterfalls/reflective glass windows that supposedly resemble madonna to mention just a few.
The inclusion of pics like these just lowers the impact of the serious images that simply take your breath away - like the amazing Hampton Court CCTV pic.
I've seen most of the good pics (not all) before on the web, but I guess they are nice to have in a book anyway.
My other problem is I wish this author would get off the fence and just be truthful about what he believed are genuine paranormal pics, which are likely to be environmemtal and which could be faked.
A lot of people will buy this book because they hope that some of the photos they already know might be explaimed by somebody who is supposedly an expert in the field of paranormal images. Instead they will be just as confused after reading this because the author invariably leaves the decision each time to the reader - talk about a cop-out!!
Mind you most of these "experts", especially certain sites on the web, are usually self-proclaimed prima-dona's on a powerkick who enjoy telling would be contributors that "his or her photo is or isn't paranormal", well guys sorry to say this but judging by your contributions to this volume perhaps your judgement and so called expertise could be very debatable?