new paranormal novel, The Ghosts of Emily Gray.

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Author and artist C. Keith Carpenter has recently published his new paranormal novel, The Ghosts of Emily Gray. Premise: Multiple ghosts of a dead teen haunt her family. Synopsis: The story follows Erin, the surviving identical twin of Emily who was tragically killed exactly one year ago. Multiple apparitions of the dead teen simultaneously haunt the More...

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By Chris Williams On Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
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The Bond: Connecting Through the Space Between Us

Credit: Lynne McTaggart There has been remarkable new study, research and experimentation taking place over the last thirty years by serious and highly respected scientists all around the world. This work is now More...

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By admin On Thursday, April 5th, 2012
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Book Review UFO Case Files of Scotland Vol 2, The Sightings.

By Brian Allan Title: UFO Case Files of Scotland Vol 2, The Sightings. Author: Malcolm Robinson Publisher: Healings of Atlantis, ISBN: 978-1-907126-12-3, Price: £14.99 This new book from the well known Scottish More...

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By Chris Williams On Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
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The Weird World of Eerie Publications

Credit: Eerie Publications In its pursuit of forgotten B-grade products of American popular culture, Feral House has released The Weird World of Eerie Publications. In a large and lavishly illustrated volume, More...

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By Chris Williams On Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
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Empire of The Wheel – Book Review

Image for review purposes only Authors Walter Bosley and Richard B. Spence take a novel approach in examining the Zodiac killer crimes, the infamous and still open serial murder case in northern California, as part More...

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By Chris Williams On Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
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Beside Top Secret – Book Review

© Tobias Ott | Dreamstime.com Beside Top Secret becomes the latest comic book to attempt to tell parapolitical tales. Rick Thomas in Montreal produced the first issue with hopes to raise money for a continuing More...

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By Chris Williams On Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
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The Lazy Ones – Film Review

© Victor Burnside People in the Occupy movement might gain a better focus on their ambition by viewing Len Bracken’s film, The Lazy Ones. Occupiers are often lampooned as lazy do-nothings and defended as the More...