About a week before Halloween, the Inquirer ran stories about numerous encounters with ghosts by people, from celebrities to ordinary folk. Such stories have become an annual ritual of newspapers, magazines, TV and radio shows.
Despite the first-person stories and documented research of respected parapsychologists all over the world, people, especially our Western-influenced countrymen, still doubt the existence of spirits of the dead manifesting themselves to the living.
I remember an article in the Inquirer’s Nov. 1 issue entitled, “I don’t believe in ghosts, but…,” written by a 75-year-old contributor. The author narrated close encounters she has had with ghostly apparitions, including mysterious movements and eerie sounds. Yet, in the end, when she rhetorically asked, “Do I believe in ghosts?” she replied, “No!”
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About The Author
Mojo is a fast paced paranormal thriller.
If you’ve got Mojo; look for upcoming releases in 2011
Edgy and fun, this book will show the reader how having faith in a power greater than ourselves will lift us through even the most unforeseeable obstacles in life.