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Piercing the Veils of Death: A Paranormal Exploration Paperback – January 25, 2013
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Meeting him personally has made all the difference in the world, since his character is 100% real in my eyes.
The knowledge that the reader will gain from just this book will be enough to make you want to read even more.
You Mr Dane Ladwig, will be big in the world of the afterlife. You painted the picture and took us on the journey, thank you. I am from Chicago and we have all the hauntings of great stories so the fact that you wrote and spoke of this is a testiment to the other side. Wonderful work.
Chapter after chapter he makes you stop and think; to explore your own beliefs in the things most of us can't see. The book is filled with questions as he searches for "authentic" proof of the paranormal: Is there an afterlife? Will we be reunited with our loved ones who passed on before us? Does the Rainbow Bridge exist? Will we be reunited with our pets when we die? What's the difference between "demons" and "ghosts"?
These are just a few of the questions Mr. Ladwig presents. He also includes some of his own unexplained occurrences he's seen while doing research into the metaphysical, the paranormal, the unknown, and the unseen.
I do believe in ghosts, and although I have never seen one (that I know of) I have felt the presence of a "ghost" several times. Do you believe in what you can't see or touch? Read "Piercing the Veils of Death" and, keep an open mind. You just might find many answers to questions you probably have never asked yourself before, or questions you have asked, but never stopped to give much thought to.
The only negative I found while reading this book has nothing to do with the content itself, but the paper choice. I do hope Mr. Ladwig's next book is done on cream-colored paper instead of ivory. Ivory is hard on the eyes and the print tends to be washed-out, making it even harder to read, especially on us older folks.