Paranormal claims don't traditionally sit well with reporters, but journalist Steve Volk decided to focus his tenacity on a new beat: a NASA astronaut-turned-mystic, a world-famous psychologist who taught us about dying and decided death may not exist at all, and scientists attempting to verify what mystics have been reporting for millennia. From his journey into the bizarre, Volk discovers that the "fringe" story strikes at the core of what it means to be human.
Well presented, excellent for discussion with the open-minded.
Approach it with an open mind (this goes for believers to more believers need to be willing to question what it is they believe in) and this book will make you think.
He weaves throughout the book his search for answers to his personal ghost story, with great effect, but he is seeking more than that.
Really interesting take on a variety of 'taboo' subjects. Drags at times but worth it. Lots of thought provoking material. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lynda G
Interesting topic. Reading was reasonable, just not exciting enough for such an exciting subject matter. Nevertheless I applaud this author for tackling a challenging topic.Published 7 months ago by Patty Ann
This was a really good book. Enjoyed how the author attempted not to show any bias. Made me want to find out more about lucid dreaming.Published 8 months ago by W.G.
Best book about paranormal I've read to date, both views exposed, believers and skeptics alike, without bias.Published 9 months ago by Gabriel
A very pleasant jaunt through several interesting areas in the paranormal and fringe world. I truly enjoyed his thoughtful and warm approach, that was not overly skeptical nor... Read morePublished 12 months ago by P. Lio