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The Presence of the Paranormal

Rev. Hunter invited readers of Haunted Michigan to open their minds to the presence of the paranormal all around them. They opened their minds . . . and unlocked a grand repository of their own personal supernatural experiences. Hunter investigated these modern, active hauntings and recounts the most chilling and most unusual here for you, in

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Paperback, 230 pages
Published February 11th 2003 by Lake Claremont Press
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Stacey
As someone who is fascinated by the paranormal I found this book to be a bit lacking. The author is purely a story re-teller. Although I believe in ghosts, I also believe in science and proof. There was no hard proof for any of these cases. (except the photograph that he took at Gettysburg)After hear the stories there was no historical research as to to who any of the ghosts may be. He style of writing bothered me. Off on tangents and discussions about good restaurants to try in the area. There...more
Jeffrey
Nothing special. Good for people who enjoy a local ghost tale.
Patricia Franz
Good author, good stories,,,,keeps your interest.
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Rev. Gerald S. Hunter is an ordained United Methodist minister and an avid writer. He and his wife, Tracey, live in Hillsdale County, Michigan.
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