Supernatural Magazine

Haunted Lies

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Haunted Lies

The cover promises a good read and you will not be disappointed. This is one person’s story of faith and their belief is so great that it becomes their way of life. Both an interesting discussion on amateur paranormal investigations and the unrealised impact of televised “Ghost Hunts” when portrayed as entertainment. It may not convert anyone but the author is not intending to dictate but rather guide you as to choices you can make in your life. Her interpretation of the perceived “ghost” as perhaps “seen” by thousands of people is an eye opener - her argument is well researched and the proof is to all intents and purposes undeniable if you have a found a certain faith and belief within you.

This book deals with its subject matter coherently and in a manner that is believable and, if nothing else, will make you think, if not question, your attitude to the paranormal. This is a truly personal account, the like of which is rarely seen or made available outside of a circle of friends or family.

TITLE:Haunted Lies. AUTHOR: Ellen Newton Driscoll PUBLISHER: Tate Publishing and Enterprises, 127 East Trade Center Terrace Mustang, OK 73064.