A Paranormal Casebook: Ghost Hunting in the New Millennium
Loyd Auerbach, Director of The Office of Paranormal Investigations, has been investigating cases of apparitions, hauntings and poltergeists for over a quarter century.
Investigating cases of ghostly phenomena is a rare occupation, but certainly an increasingly popular avocation for more people every year. The professionals, those trained in knowledge of psychic phenomena of all sorts, know that at the heart of the best investigations is a good story: the experiences of the witnesses and what’s causing those experiences.
Join Loyd Auerbach for a ride through some of his more exciting and perplexing investigations. Read tales of tales such as the case of the apparition of a living woman, the peeping-tom ghost, strange footsteps in an attic, the water-tossing poltergeist and the ghost who likes to party. Delve into a few of his more extensive cases, including the aircraft carrier USS Hornet and the bartender ghost of the Banta Inn.
Read the most extensive write-up so far of his favorite case, the Blue Lady of the Moss Beach Distillery restaurant – a ghost who walked through him several times.
Find out a bit about what drives Auerbach to seek answers to paranormal questions, and the conclusions he and many of his colleagues have reached about what apparitions, hauntings and poltergeists actually are. And learn why “fear of ghosts” is notin his mind.
In this book, Auerbach also provides the answers to many of the questions often asked of him about the phenomena he studies, and about what drives him to investigate such things.