Ghost Hunters (Ed & Lorraine Warren #2)
For nearly forty years, Ed and Lorraine W ...more
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Case #3: Bigfoot
Case #4: Jayne Seymour
Case #5: The Exorcism of a Teen Girl
Case #6: Killer in the Mist
Case #7: Demonic Infestation
Case #8: The Unspeakable
Case #9: The Darkness After
Case #10: The Terrified Minister
There were parts I found interesting, but overall this was just ok. I totally thought this would be my cup of tea. In reality, it didn't end up being anything like I thought it would be, and I just felt kind of meh about it.
PLUS. I found the information in this book to be different from their accounts of the same stories in another book I read (which was actually quite good, it's called "Demonologist" by Gerald Brittle, gave me nightmares that), which makes me think they may actua ...more
Ghost Hunters by Ed and Lorraine Warren is a fascinating exploration of various cases that been brought in on. From a haunted village to a teen who messed with a Ouija board to a disturbed young man who found the touch of a woman rather cold, we get to explore some interesting supernatural settings here and see how the Warrens responded to them. Anyone who wants to know more bout the Warrens and the cases they investigate should check out this book.
As for the actual writing, some of the stories were poignant; others were sensationalized or lacked sufficient detail to pull readers in. They read as though different people wrote each o ...more
I recommend this book for people who are interested in the fascinating lives of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Could not stop reading! Very informative and entertaining. The Warrens never disappoint when it comes to outlining their own in-depth experiences of their respective careers as the most fascinating documenters of the supernatural and other worldly realms!
Although this book is a quick read, it was none the less very enjoyable and insightful.