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Eerie Erie: Tales of the Unexplained from Northwest Pennsylvania Paperback – July 21, 2011
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Robin S. Swope is a writer and has been a Christian minister for more than nineteen years in mainline, evangelical and independent denominations. He holds a BA in biblical literature and a master of divinity degree in pastoral ministry and counseling. He has served as a missionary to Burkina Faso and has ministered to the homeless in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen. He is the founder and chief officiate of Open Gate Ministerial Services and a Church Council member and pulpit minister of St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Erie, Pennsylvania. He is also a freelance journalist for Examiner.com, has a column in the Tri-State Senior News and has also written for Fate magazine. His published books include A Walk with an Angel, An Exorcist’s Field Guide and True Tales of the Unexplained. He has also contributed to Brad Steiger’s “Real” paranormal book series, including the bestseller Real Vampires.
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Top customer reviews
Actually, anyone who is interested in the unexplained and folklore will probably like this book, whether they are familiar with the Northwestern Pennsylvania region or not. Rev. Swoope does a great job with his writing. He explains everything clearly and states the differing points of view regarding the phenomena. All in all, it's a good read.
The writing style of the author is relaxed but respectful to the people and the area.
I felt like I was listening to a campfire story (without the gratuitous gore). This book has a little
supernatural, paranormal and extraterrestrial with a lot of local history. Like I said, this book
is worth every penny. A must to own!