I haven’t read any other books by Bret Ellis after his American Psycho (1991) and I thought I’d give Lunar Park a go. Written in 2006 it follows the life of the author post his literary success into a life of debauchery and then domestic bliss. “I had dreamed of something so different from what realityContinue reading “Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis Book Review”
“There is one consistent feature to stories of so-called “ghosts”, it is that they almost invariably seem to have their roots in some tragedy from the past.” Worlds Beyond is the title of a thirteen-part TV series which explores the world of paranormal as it has been revealed in the lives of countless “ordinary” peopleContinue reading “Worlds Beyond * Ian Wilson”
To this day The Exorcist stands as one of the most horrifying movies ever made, a legendary cinematic venture that graphically portrays an epic struggle between human lives and demonic forces. Adapted from William Peter Blatty’s best-selling 1971 novel of the same name, the film was released by Warner Brothers on December 26, 1973 andContinue reading “The Exorcist * Novel by William Peter Blatty”
If you are wondering who was Leigh Nichols, it was none other than Dean Koontz doing a bit of Richard Bachman-ing. The Door to December book, written in 1988 is a small thriller gem, filled with ghosts and Paranormal activity, is a great way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon in a hammock.
It’s been a while since I’ve read such a good and gripping psychological thriller. Extraordinarily orchestrated, a battle of two psychology majors – one a serial murderer, the other an LA PD forensic profiler. I felt like I was watching Hannibal Lecter in action again.
If you are thinking about detaching your consciousness from your body, better read what the Don has to say about it. Do not use any state altering drugs and try to be as calm as possible if you happen to be in a nightmare.
This is the first three articles from the Compuserve set by Don DeGracia explaining what astral projection is.