- Mass Market Paperback
- Publisher: Signet (June 4, 1986)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0451143051
- ISBN-13: 978-0451143051
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 1 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,054,810 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Ghost of 29 Megacycles Mass Market Paperback – June 4, 1986
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As usual when John Fuller is approached by G Meek at his home in Connecticut he is initially skeptical and even incredulous at the idea of a spiritual device which can communicate with departed scientists(Mr Meek's intended contactee's). This device is called Spiracom and in that first meeting he plays John Fuller(and his wife)voice tapes which he claims come from the beyond. One can actually listen to these tapes on-line in their robot-voices and it crimps your mind a bit to wonder what in the heck you are listening to: a dead scientist at a spiritual head-set, a particularly cracked sort of hoaxster, what??!!...I mean if it is a hoax the mind that produced such a bizarre one is almost AS interesting as listening to a disembodied voice from beyond..
So Mr Fuller is once again off on a supernatural adventure and as in his other works of this nature his play- by- play journalistic style of the old school keeps a seeming detachment from the material which makes the supernatural material when it forces itself on his attention all that more enjoyable and perhaps profound.
This book is enjoyable at many levels but mainly because of the sort of goofiness of the process of contact, those who are contacted and what is says about consciousness being confined to the mindset of those who present it. Everybody here dead or alive is pretty much just concerned with establishing the nuts- and -bolts engineering details of getting the damned system operating a-ok so little time is wasted on any existential non-sense about what everybody has wanted to know since time immemorial: what the hell is the afterlife like and what are we in relation to it. Apparently they do have a sort of spiritual transistor set(digital by now?) to communicate with. This we know. I mean there are some deeper probings don't get me wrong. But the way the mundane technical is emphasized is odd(and oddly predictable) and funny.
I like all Fullers book and very much recommend this one. Great Fun.
I felt John Grant Fuller should have told the world, media press, papers,everyone! They should have made 50 of these things and then turned them all on the same day around the world. they would provide us with closure when a plane crashes, and also when your wife dies, you can go be with here for a bit when your sad. So if these things in the book did indeed happen then I think we a re all stupid for not re-doing the experiment. Thomas Edison even speculated on the creation of the device. All I know is that I want four if them.
The book was easy reading and made chills run up and down my spine.
Maby I will Re-create the Experiment Riffkinn