I have been collecting bookks on the "paranormal" for a good many yeaars, and thought I'd pass on several that I have found interesting and informative. They are not "ghost stories", in the literal sense, but two cite what one might call incidents of "hauntings", in the United States and from around the world. Neither are all inclusive but but do served as a good reference for "hauntings" in a particular area or state in a particular country.Two are by Dennis Hauck, who I think has done the best job in compiling incidents of the "paranormal" in the U.S., England, Scotland, aand Wales, I have ben able to get my hands on and you don't need to go in debt to purchase either or both. One is titlesd"HAUNTED PLACES:THE NATIONAL DIRECTORY" and "HAUNTED PLACES: AN INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORY". Another I might ssuggest is by Rosemary Ellen Guiley,"GHOSTS and SPIRITS". Ms. Guiley has other books that del with the "paranormal" but not as specific as the one cited above. Theresa Cheung has comlied a most interesting and comprehensive book, "THE ELEMENT ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE PSYCHIC WORLD", all 800 plus pages, all works cited come complete with index, some with direction to specific location of "activity", what to expect to find, if anythings, and are generally stated in a matter-of-fact way, e-mail addresses, reserch organizations, references, etc.If one is a fan of Raymonf Buckland, I'd suggest, "THE WITCH BOOK-The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, Wiccaa, and Neo-Paganism.".Mr. Buckland's book has many references to the "paranormal world" in general, and provides the reader with other references sshould one wish to pursue a specific course of research. I trust thses might be of interest and the twwo by Mr. Hauck, will give you complete examples of "hauntings" and other "unexplained", though suggested examples of the deceased that aren't ready to leave a particular point or place in time.
RECOMMENDED READINGS ON THE "PARANORMAL"
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