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ON JANUARY 9 2003 the Australian naval vessel HMAS Stuart came upon a 150-tonne fishing vessel, High Aim 6, drifting, deserted in the Indian Ocean.

The captain's reading glasses lay in the wheelhouse. Dry toothbrushes dangled from a rack. In lockers, clothes lay neatly folded. Nothing had been stolen - and there was no sign of struggle. And yet the captain and his 10 crewme
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Published (first published August 25th 2011)
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Andrew
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Some great stories. John Pinkney is an excellent writer in the paranormal genre
Alice
May 31, 2014 rated it it was ok
I found this book very frustrating. Everything covered in the book felt like a brief summary, so just as things got interesting, the author moved on to the next topic.
I was hoping for a much more sceptical academic exploration of some of the weird and inexplicable phenomenon in the world, but it read more like a bunch of witness interviews, cobbled together in a tabloid style.
Looking into other reports on some of the incidents contained in the book, I feel that the author has been sensational
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Bobby Dees
May 12, 2016 rated it really liked it
I believe in the paranormal.

I enjoyed reading these very interesting stories, especially because I believe in the paranormal, ghosts and apparitions. If you were not a believer before reading this, it should at least open your mind to the possibility that there is more to life than just existing here.
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JOHN PINKNEY is a bestselling Australian author, screenwriter and journalist.

*His newest ebook is the novel Grave Injustice: An Afterlife Odyssey.

This dark, pacy science fiction thriller draws on John's career-long research into the paranormal - and the strange phenomena that may occur beyond the barriers of death.
Over the years, he has spoken to numerous people who clinically died and were then
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