Halloween and Satanism
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Halloween and Satanism

2.33 of 5 stars 2.33  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  3 reviews
This book traces the origins of Halloween and gives the true meaning behind this celebration of 'fun and games.' The material in this book is explicit.
Paperback, 194 pages
Published September 25th 1987 by Starburst Publishers
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Nathan Brown
This book is nothing more than a bunch of fear-mongering rubbish! And the author is nothing more than a money-grubbing con artist, hiding behind a veil of religious morality. Anyone who bases their beliefs on the writings of Phillips is making a HUGE mistake.
Kim
VERY informative. Makes you think for sure! Halloween is not what people think.
Nicole G.
Great fodder for the books blog; other than that, he gets crazier the more he rants.
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