Posted by: David   in

I love to read.
I read three to seven books at a time all nonfiction but one. I only read one fictional work at a time because if I read more than one the story lines and characters get scrambled in my head.

If you have a favorite topic, I have probably read a book about it.
In the area of the paranormal – Ouija, the Victorian era, tarot, and spirit contact I can’t image there are many better read than I am. It is for this reason that I decided to include this section. I will take the best of what I find (and sometimes the worst but not often – I’m of the school that says, “If you can’t say something good say nothing at all,” but there may be times when I feel it prudent to warn you), the best books, the best movies, the best art, anything and everything related to the subject matter of this site, and review it here so that you can benefit by the mountain of material that pours through my house.

I hope you enjoy the reviews but more than that I hope the reviews inspire you to go out and buy the books or see the films or visit the museums.

Much love,

Book Review: Occult American by Mitch Horowitz

Book Review: The Reluctant Spiritualist The Life of Maggie Fox by Nancy Rubin Stuart

Convention Review: Parafest 2013

Book Review: Ghosts by Gaslight

Book Review: The Book of Shadows: The Unofficial Charmed Companion by NE Genge

Book Review: Lily Dale: The Town that Talks to
the Dead by Christine Wicker

Book Review: The Medium and the Scientist: The Story of Florence Cook and William Crookes by Trevor Hall

Documentary Review: No One Dies in Lily Dale

Book Review: Ghost Hunters William James and the Search for Scientific Proof of Life after Death by Deborah Blum

Book Review: My Friend the Ouija Board by Virginia Kent Roberts  

Book Review: The Ouija Book by Gina Covina

Book Review: Katrina and Elishia Learn About Ouija Boards by Geraldine M. Paulette Bennett

Film Review: Ghost Town

The Spirits of Ouija: Four Decades of Communication by Karen A. Dahlman