by the author of Anatomy of a Ghost; A Guide to Analyzing the Dead Walking along a deserted, country road at dusk, you are enjoying the quiet solitude. The stars just beginning to twinkle along the dome of the heavens; the shadows lengthen, the trees in the distance forming an indistinguishable grey wall. The hay in the field bends as one upon a gentle breeze, becoming a hazy green rolling sea. You feel an inner peace, as the moon slides lazily up the horizon.
And then you
The following is an excerpt from the book Anatomy of a Ghost; A Guide to Analyzing the Dead pgs. 93-97
by Robin M. Strom-Mackey
I include this story not because I'm fully certain whether the event was normal (and just weird) or paranormal, but because it demonstrates how even widely the opinions can vary between paranormal investigators. On the one hand, look how very far out on a limb one investigator goes in order to explain the situation in rational terms. Then agai
From the author of Anatomy of a Ghost; A Guide to Analyzing the Dead Judy: "But it was five years later that I just started having this gnawing feeling that I just had to get there.” Overlooking historic Ellicott City, Maryland is the stately Lilburn Mansion. Already notorious for its haunts, the aging mansion built in the likeness of a castle has a tragic past of loss and sadness. Enter a young, impressionable woman with a love of history and you have a recipe for a ghostl