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Publisher's Summary

Leading paranormal experts John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley plumb the depths of bizarre phenomena involving demonic spirits, the restless dead, demon boxes, dybbukim, Djinn, 9/11 World Trade Center disaster relics, and more. They explore haunted homes and landscapes teeming with spirits and entities who pester and terrorize both people and animals, and defiantly refuse to let go. In addition, the authors discuss exclusive, never-before-told stories deeply personal to John Zaffis about urgent messages he has received from his famous demonologist uncle, Ed Warren, who is on the Other Side. What is Ed saying about John, his work—and perhaps even the future of demonology?
©2016 John Zaffis and Visionary Living, Inc. (P)2017 John Zaffis and Visionary Living, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 05-13-18

<br />awesome paranormal case's

awesome is all I can really say great case's to think and hear about from the god father of the paranormal

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3 out of 5 stars
By S. Winchester on 11-01-17

Hit or miss chapters

There are a few good and creepy stories in this book. Unfortunately, they get mixed in with stories about people who lose things and then find them later on, fairies, and stories that are so ridiculous there is no way they are remotely true. I also found it pretty tasteless to bring up 9/11 by saying demons were there, etc.

The narration is decent. Some of the voices he uses can be grating though.

Overall, not as good as any of the Warren books.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Linda Williamson on 04-10-18

Very disappointed with this book no real story content

The book doesn’t tell any of the past investigations a lot silly explanations about fairy’s and other comic book nonsense but nothing remotely interesting very disappointing

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