GREAT BOOKS ABOUT THE PARANORMAL

As a result of our fixation on exploring the unknown, there has not been a shortage of stories of paranormal events. Super scary movies and recordings that demonstrate the paranormal proliferate. Readers are not left out. Several writers have penned down great books about the paranormal — some chilling “true-life stories” and others powerful terrifying works of fiction. Here are some awesome books about the paranormal that will clearly give you goosebumps.

GREAT BOOKS ABOUT THE PARANORMAL

POLTERGEISTS: TRUE ENCOUNTERS WITH THE WORLD BEYOND, BY HANS HOLZER

A pioneer of paranormal research, Hans Holzer, alongside his trusted mystic Sybil Leek, has investigated probably the most well-known haunting stories in history, including the Millbrae Poltergeist and the Bell Witch of Tennessee. Poltergeists details Holzer’s inquiries into paranormal events including ghost sightings, baffling break down of equipment, and other strange events occurred alongside the best photographic proof to support the reports.

GHOSTS AMONG US: TRUE STORIES OF SPIRIT ENCOUNTERS, BY LESLIE RULE

Thrilled by real-life ghost stories? Ghosts Among Us is another great collection of first-hand accounts of various paranormal occurrences, backed with photos of the various haunted sites. These personal ghost stories with black and white pictures of the sites will make you want to jump out of your skin.

THE DEMONOLOGIST: THE EXTRAORDINARY CAREER OF ED AND LORRAINE WARREN, BY GERALD BRITTLE

Ed and Lorraine Warren have invested a considerable measure of their time as a married couple researching paranormal activities everywhere throughout the country. Although Ed has since passed on, this book provides a window into the couple’s career explaining abnormal occurrences and their experience engaging a portion of the darkest powers out there. An important text in theological schools, The Demonologist is one book you should read. Some events here are included in the blockbuster movie “The Conjuring”.

THE TESLA GATE, BY JOHN D. MIMMS

Mimms’ experience supervising more than 100 paranormal investigations was put to good use in this his work of fiction. As a paranormal researcher, he wrote various articles on strange events while the Technical Director for The Atlantic Paranormal Society. Combining his strange encounters with fiction in The Tesla Gate, Mimms analyzes the phenomenon of spirits living among us as “Impalpables” and the practical impacts these specters may have on establishments that try to dispose of them or saddle their energy.

THE LIGHT AT THE END, BY JOHN SKIPP AND CRAIG SPECTOR

What about some paranormal activities in New York City? Ten persons have been killed on the subway. Think of a creepy “Subway Psycho,” committing murders without leaving a pattern and that defies all reason. The police are clueless as to who, or rather what, they’re searching for. This extraordinary book of paranormal tension will keep you glued.

THE MYRTLES PLANTATION: THE TRUE STORY OF AMERICA’S MOST HAUNTED HOUSE BY FRANCES KERMEEN

The Myrtles, situated in Louisiana, was at one time a property of Frances Kermeen. Though several houses and locales are conferred the title “haunted”, this 28-room bed-and-breakfast is considered America’s most haunted house.

THE MYRTLES PLANTATION: THE TRUE STORY OF AMERICA’S MOST HAUNTED HOUSE BY FRANCES KERMEEN

EVERY HOUSE IS HAUNTED, BY IAN ROGERS

This accumulation of short creepy stories by debut writer Rogers isn’t to be missed. Rogers analyzes the place between our reality and the supernatural. The intense blend of fantasy and horror in this book is certain to keep you up at night for some time.