Book Review: Haunted Rock & Roll

Title: Haunted Rock & Roll: Ghostly Tales of Musical Legends Author: Matthew L. Swayne Genre: Non-Fiction, Ghosts & Hauntings , True Haunting Age Group: Adult Rating: 4 stars Purchase: Amazon Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Plug in the guitar, raise the curtain, and step onto the haunted stage […]

Book Review: How to Clear Your Home of Ghosts & Spirits by Debi Chestnut

Title: How to Clear Your Home of Ghosts & Spirits Author: Debi Chestnut Genre: Non-Fiction, True Haunting, Ghosts & Hauntings Rating: 4 stars Purchase: Amazon Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. When it comes to spirits and specters, knowledge is power and fear is the enemy. How to Clear […]

Book Review: Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanatoriums by Jamie Davis

Title: Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanatoriums Author: Jamie Davis Genre: True Haunting, Non-Fiction Publisher: Llewellyn Publications Rating: 4 stars Purchase: Llewellyn, Amazon, B&N Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Shadow Man haunts penitentiary cell blocks. A chilling wind runs through the Death Tunnel.The Red Eyes Apparition lurks in […]

Book Review: The Ghosts of Chicago by Adam Selzer

Title: The Ghosts of Chicago Author: Adam Selzer Genre: True Haunting, Non-Fiction Publisher: Llewellyn Publications Rating: 4,5 stars Purchase: Llewellyn, Amazon, B&N Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. From Resurrection Mary and Al Capone to the Murder Castle of H. H. Holmes and the funeral train of Abraham Lincoln, […]

Book Review: Devil in the Delta by Rich Newman

Title: Devil in the Delta Author: Rich Newman Genre: Non-Fiction / Ghosts & Hauntings Age Group: Adult Rating: 3,5 stars Purchase: Llewellyn, Amazon, B&N Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. A television that shoots fire. Objects flying through the air. A demonic possession. A ghost hunter’s worst nightmare. When […]

Book Review: Encounter with Hell by Alexis McQuillan

Title: Encounter with Hell Author: Alexis McQuillan Genre: Non-Fiction, True Haunting, Demons Publisher: Llewellyn Publication Date: September 8th, 2012 Goodreads | B&N | Amazon Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for honest review. The events in this story are true, but the names and locations have been changed to protect the reader. Alexis […]

Book Review: Restless in Peace by Mariah de la Croix

Title: Restless in Peace Author: Mariah de la Croix Genre: Non-Fiction, True Haunting Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Publication Date: September 8th 2012 Goodreads | B&N | Amazon Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for honest review. A deceased undertaker still carries out his life’s work. Ghost children chase people who walk down a corridor… […]

Book Review: In The Presence of Spirits by Barbara Parks

In The Presence of Spirits was an enjoyable read about the paranormal in daily life. The author, Barbara Parks, has been confronted with spirits ever since she was a little girl. The house she grew up in was haunted by both friendly and angry spirits. She spent most of her youth trying to get over the traumas related to her house, and only grew to accept her paranormal gift when she became older.

Book Review: Mysterious Minnesota by Adrian Lee

Mysterious Minnesota details a number of paranormal investigations in Minnesota, ranging from old hotels to caves to abandoned factories. What I enjoyed most about this book is that, as opposed to jumping from place to place rapidly, it focused on thirteen sites in particular and investigated them in great detail, talking about their history and the paranormal investigation by a large team.

Book Review: Haunted Files From The Edge by Philip J. Imbrogno

I’ve never been as nervous about posting a review before as I’ve been about posting this one. Why? Because in the first time for as long as I’ve had this blog, which is little over two years, I didn’t finish this book. I couldn’t. Believe me, I wanted to. I gave up in three fourth because I simply couldn’t take it anymore.