by J.S. Bailey (Goodreads Author)
Jessica Roman-Dell, a paranormal investigator from small-town Ohio, wants to find a ghost to prove that life continu…more
Jessica Roman-Dell, a paranormal investigator from small-town Ohio, wants to find a ghost to prove that life continues after death. Little does Jessica realize the danger she’ll face when the spirit of a murder victim named Jerry Madison follows her home from a graveyard one night and refuses to leave.
Jerry says he is lonely. He wishes to go to heaven because watching the world pass by without him is more unbearable than death itself. But Jerry is there for another reason that will hit closer to home than Jessica ever could have imagined.
For Jerry is not as innocent as Jessica thinks. Like his murderers, he, too, has killed--and he will stop at nothing to send those responsible for his death to the grave. [close]
by Doug Dillon (Goodreads Author)
Jung’s experiences, because of his fame as a world renowned psychiatrist, set the stage for the presentation of all paranormal adventures offered here. And his fascinating theory of synchronicity serves to give a depth of meaning to the nature of all strange coincidences, including those woven into the enclosed chapters.
Praise for Carl Jung, Hauntings, Paranormal Coincidences
“This book is a part of all of us. The journey that we are all taking is inherently connected to those stories told in this book, written with so much joy, curiosity, and intelligence . . .”
Psychotherapist and Adjunct
Faculty/Psychology, Southern New
“Wow! As an experienced and seasoned paranormal investigator (24 years), I really loved this book!”
Operations Manager and Electronic
Voice Phenomena Analyst, Orlando
“Doug Dillon's work helps one better appreciate the magnificence of all that surrounds and defines our existence.”
former NEWSWEEK, Vietnam war
“What a journey. What a litany of experiences. If you like ‘the Paranormal’, you’ll love Carl Jung, Hauntings and Paranormal Coincidences.”
author of The Hammer of God Series,
the Story of Arthur
“I could hardly put this book down. For anyone who has questions about what happens when we pass from the living world, I recommend this book.”
Mary Jo Fister,
Lead Investigator and Case Manager,
“This book illustrates the relationship of spirituality in everyday life with a curiosity about things we may experience and never understand.”
Psychotherapist in private
practice, Longwood, Florida
“Each vignette is crafted so well that I couldn't stop reading.”
Hypnotist and author of Meditations
by E.B. Wheeler (Goodreads Author)
Eighteen-year-old Lucy doesn't remember how she became a ghost, but the more she discovers about her life in Victorian England, the mo…more
Eighteen-year-old Lucy doesn't remember how she became a ghost, but the more she discovers about her life in Victorian England, the more she wants to forget. Her only hope of correcting the mistakes of her past is to enlist the help of a servant named Philip - the one living person who can see her.
This impossible romance is filled with delightful period detail and plenty of mystery.
"Deliciously creepy. This book had me turning pages well into the night."
-Meredith McCardle, author of the Annum Guard series
"I gasped and jerked my hand back, staring at it. Through it, really. Even when I covered my eyes, I could see the furniture on the other side of the room: a grandfather clock with its hands stopped, a mahogany side table and sofa, and a portrait draped in black.
Someone had died.
I turned my translucent hand back and forth. Yes. Someone had." [close]
― Judith Lewis Herman, Trauma and Recovery
― Rick Riordan, The Blood of Olympus
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