This chilling collection includes a chronology of hauntings, biographies of famous ghost hunters, reports of sexual encounters with ghosts, show business, politics and the supernatural, and much more.
Surprisingly, the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have turned out to be the most extraordinary periods in the history of supernatural encounters with more mysterious accounts of ghosts being reported from all over the world than during any previous era.
This giant study from the acclaimed investigator, the late Peter Haining, years in the making and posthumously published, documents the full spectrum of credible hauntings from the last one hundred years or so. It encompasses over 100 first-hand accounts of poltergeists and phantoms, ghostly pilots and haunted airfields, seduction spirits and sexual encounters with ghostly entities and much more. Also included are the notes of famous ghost hunters such as Hans Holzer, Harry Price, Suzy Smith, and some fascinating analyses by notable experts on what ghosts really are.
With a comprehensive A-Z listing and full bibliography, True Hauntings is the fullest and most rewarding one-volume survey available. It is the definitive record of real-life hauntings in modern times.
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Peter Haining has written and edited a number of bestselling books on the supernatural, notably the widely acclaimed Ghosts: The Illustrated History (1975) and A Dictionary of Ghosts (1982), which have been translated into several languages including French, German, Russian, and Japanese. A former journalist and publisher, he lived in a sixteenth-century timber-frame house in Suffolk, England, that was haunted by the ghost of a Napoleonic prisoner of war. Peter Haining died in 2007 after finishing this book.
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Description du livre Konecky & Konecky, 2013. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1568527845