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- Average Customer Review: 57 customer reviews
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Unfortunately this book (and the other by the same author) details the (mis)adventures of one regional group who seem to have convinced not only themselves but the author too, that seances, ouija boards and contacting `spirits' is somehow scientific.
Now there is nothing wrong, in essence anyway, with this Phenomenology of looking at the subject, but this book fails to put these experiences into any form of historical context or even outlining that there are alternative approaches. Books dealing with memorates are interesting because they give us an insight into the zeitgeist. However the lack of context, unfortunately gives a naive feel to the books and a feeling of `The Secret Seven investigate the Occult'.
I lost count of how many locations our intrepid hero's had investigated and detected a spirit presence. One story blended into another. There is the occasional nod to waving an EMF meter around in the hope that this sounds scientific (it isn't!).
The writing style of the author is easy going, although he lets himself down with some of the research - take leys for example - energy lines and a vortex - it was like being back in the 1980s - the paradigm shift created by Devereux, Sullivan, Palmer et al never seems to have happened!Read more ›
It will set your heart pounding and will open up the flood gates of an open mind to question everything that goes bump in the night.
The book has some very weird and 'tingly' tales although I have to be honest and say that they are all very similar in their delivery and outcomes. However, still well worth the £0.49p I paid!!!
It seems to be written in truth.
I'm not going to spoil it...........download it and see for yourself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What? No amazing scientific breakthroughs here. No amazing anything really. Just a bunch of self styled paranormal dabblers...in their spare time.. Read morePublished 7 months ago by sunim
Some thing I have always wanted to myself. Reading about it is. Second BestPublished 8 months ago by git
I liked the fact that, the author was honest throughout. I would recommend this book to any paranormal investigator! I gave 5 * for content and honesty.Published 13 months ago by Happy shopper
These stories, whether fact or fiction are just reports of alleged sightings. It is neither scary, thought provoking, or interesting.Published 19 months ago by JEANETTE BURY
Big fan of Peter Drakes books they're creepy without being silly or unrealistic. Definitely recommend :)Published on 17 Aug. 2014 by Tammy