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True Hauntings: Spirits With A Purpose
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True Hauntings: Spirits With A Purpose

By Hazel M. Denning

Llewelyn Publications, usq, 1996. Softcover. Very Good Condition. What do ghosts think and feel? Do they suffer? This book reveals the answers to these questions and others, recounting the real-life case histories of the earthbound spirits, both benevolent and malevolent. Case studies illustrate the reasons why spirits remain trapped in the forces of the Earth: some fear going to the other side, some want to protect surviving loved ones, some want revenge, and some are held back by a grief stricken relative. The author also shares fascinating case histories involving spirit possession, psychic attack, mediumship and spirit guides 220 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Occult; Magic, Paranormal & Occult; ISBN: 1567182186. ISBN/EAN: 9781567182187. Inventory No: 241945.. 9781567182187

$16.41

City Of The Dead
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City Of The Dead

By Herbert Lieberman

Fontana / Collins, Great Britain, 1977. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Winner of the Grand Prix de Litterature Policiere: As chief medical examiner of New York City, Paul Konig has one of the world's most difficult jobs - and when his daughter goes missing, he must take on his most wrenching case yet. New York City in the 1970s is a dark, dangerous, and threatening place. One of the bright spots in this decaying metropolis is Paul Konig. As the city's chief medical examiner, he has developed an impressive reputation for his skills in forensic pathology - skills that will be put to the ultimate test when a dangerous psychopath kidnaps Konig's daughter. Herbert Lieberman takes his readers on a gruesome journey through the ten most difficult days in the life of a man at the very end of his rope. In addition to being awoken to phone calls featuring his daughter's desperate screams each night, Konig's professional life is in danger. Between the case of a serial killer who leaves a trail of severed body parts in his wake; the investigation of questionable forensic work on an alleged prison suicide under Konig's watch; and the naked ambitions of a deputy medical examiner, it will take every ounce of Konig's strength to save his own life - as well as his family's. 366 pages. Light tanning to pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Occult; New Age & Alternative; Inventory No: 239995..

$17.14

Vampire: The Encyclopaedia
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Vampire: The Encyclopaedia

By Matthew Bunson

Thames & Hudson, Great Britain, 1993. Softcover. Very Good Condition. The vampire has haunted the mythology of peoples on virtually every continent. It has filled the pages of writers from Homer's age to the medieval chroniclers, from the Gothic works of Lord Byron to modern bestsellers. Today, the vampire is alive and flourishing, kept alive by vampire societies around the world, and forever assuming new incarnations on stage and screen, as well as in novels and even comics. In more than 2,000 entries, from Carpathians to Cushing, garlic to gypsies, fangs to funerals, this encyclopaedia details every aspect of blood-drinking monsters in legend, literature and real life. The history of the vampire myth; methods of finding, identifying and destroying vampires; the origins and significance of the various means of warding off vampires; ways in which one can become a vampire; the importance of blood; the vampire bat; modern psychological-medical viewpoints - all these themes and more are explored in depth. Scholarly research, thorough coverage and intriguing illustrations make this the ideal companion for the horror enthusiast, the would-be vampire hunter and everyone who has been captivated by the macabre, alluring and imperishable vampire. Matthew Bunson is a writer specializing in historical themes, mythology and the occult. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Occult; Myths, Legends & Folklore; Myth, Legend, Folk & Fairy Tales. ISBN: 0500277486. ISBN/EAN: 9780500277485. Inventory No: 236113.. 9780500277485

$16.41