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Auerbach holds a degree in Cultural Anthropology from Northwestern University and a graduate degree in Parapsychology from John F. Kennedy University.
He recently co-founded a new association, the Paranormal Research Organization, which is aimed at networking and bringing professional standards to paranormal investigators all over the world.
He is a professional mentalist and psychic entertainer, performing as Professor Paranormal.
Loyd Auerbach has appeared on hundreds of radio shows, and dozens of local and national TV shows, including Larry King Live, Unsolved Mysteries, The Today Show, OPRAH, Sightings, and Late Night with David Letterman. He is constantly haunting occasional new shows and many re-runs on TechTV, the Discovery Channel, A&E, the History Channel and The Learning Channel. He is featured in and was Series Consultant for the fall 2001 Travel Channel mini-series "America's Most Haunted Places."
He has been conducting his investigations and research in the world of psychic phenomena and the paranormal for close to 25 years.
Granted that is correct to a point but it is not the final say in the subject as he would have you believe.
Although this book does contain editing errors, I strongly recommend this book for anyone interested in the paranormal investigation filed.
Overall the book is informative if you have "medium" abilities but does little for the regular investigative scientist.
Loyd Auerbach is one of the most respected figures in the paranormal field. Whether you are brand new at investigating or looking to tune up your skills, this is your go to book.Published 9 months ago by Katherine Brennan
Recommended for all new investigation team. Great starting resources for information, tools and other valuable information. Should be a must read.Published 20 months ago by PJSFOLLEYS
For all of you who want to start ghost hunting, read this book first. It will tell you all about how to go about it. What to ask, what not to ask etc. Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by Mark McQueen
This book was pretty boring to me and very difficult to stay interested in. I didn't really get much out of it that I haven't found in other books that are more interesting and... Read morePublished on May 20, 2007 by Maria L. Evans
This book is a total cash-in for Auerbach. His investigations are completely non-critical, the tips he shares are common-sense at best, and a cloying sense of self-importance... Read morePublished on September 6, 2006 by K. Raudive
While interesting, I get the distinct impression anyone that has seen Ghost Busters could write it.Published on May 3, 2006 by Diane Burgess