True Tales of Ghostly Encounters

True Tales of Ghostly Encounters FATE Magazine Has Published Thousands Of Ghost Stories, True Experiences Of Ordinary People Who Have Had Extraordinary Encounters With The Hereafter Compiled And Edited By Andrew Honigman, This Collection Features The Best Of These Chilling, Bizarre, And Heartwarming Tales These Detailed Accounts Of Messages, Gifts, Blessings, And Assistance From The Spirit World Provide Remarkable Proof Of Life After Death

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  • Paperback
  • 295 pages
  • True Tales of Ghostly Encounters
  • Andy Honigman
  • English
  • 01 December 2018
  • 9780738709895

10 thoughts on “True Tales of Ghostly Encounters

  1. says:

    I found this one by chance, browsing through the New Books section of my local library It was a good one to stumble across because my daughter enjoys real life ghost stories if this is actually a thing and this collection kept us entertained for a couple of weeks Fate Magazine collected correspondence from their readers about supposed ghostly encounters these people had experienced in their life Each story is a quick one or two page read So, we were able to pick the book up when we had a spare moment and read one another the stories Nothing to ghastly or gruesome here Mainly eerie and even sweet tales of spectres hanging around the house These stories were suitable for my eleven year old daughter and they kept her intrigued A fun book for readers who want to believe.

  2. says:

    I love first hand accounts of the paranormal, near death experiences, and other perplexing encounters Occurring all across the country and at different times, one of these stories even took place at the hospital where I was born Very fun and sometimes disturbing, True Tales of Ghostly Encounters will challenge your assumptions about reality and what is to come.If you enjoyed this book, you should also try Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea which is another compilation of stories from Fate Magazine, by Marcus Griffin, or Meeting the Other Crowd by Edmund Lenihan.

  3. says:

    Truly unremarkable tales of encounters with mundane happenstance Or perhaps I m not just distracted and often forgetful, but have actually had ghosts this whole time It does deserve a few stars for getting me through some slow moments at work It s also not really the book s fault I don t believe crazy people or am incredibly cynical.

  4. says:

    Interesting and sometimes downright eerie, this compilation of ghost encounters fom every day people is great Even the biggest sceptics will find themselves questioning the veracity of ghosts after reading some of the stories.

  5. says:

    I picked this up, and about 10 or 15 pages into it realize that I d already read it, but I forgot most of the stories, so that was okay I don t really believe this stuff, but I find it interesting Some of the story seemed credible than others.

  6. says:

    I really enjoy reading these strange tales This is yet another fun book to read from the files of Fate magazine

  7. says:

    This book will make you shit your pants Read it at night.

  8. says:

    Someone asked me to read this, it was better then I expected Some of the stories are silly, others sweet Some made you wonder, others made me laugh All in all entertaining ancedotes.

  9. says:

    I loved it, the stories were short and sweet and I just floated from one little tale to another Great stuff.

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