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Reynolds Mansion: An Invitation to the Past: The History and Strange Happenings at a Southern Antebellum Home Paperback – September 23, 2012
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About the Author
A self proclaimed, but not self-righteous skeptic, Micah Hanks is a writer and researcher who has undertaken a lifelong search for answers to life’s enduring questions. He has contributed articles and stories regarding strange phenomena, philosophy, scientific discoveries and political topics to magazines like FATE Magazine, Fortean Times, Mysteries Magazine, UFO Magazine, The Journal of Anomalous Sciences, Intrepid Magazine, New Dawn, and several others. In 2010, his research regarding altered states of consciousness, psychedelic drugs and the prevalence of similarities between archetypal folklore from around the world culminated in the book "Magic, Mysticism and the Molecule: The Search For Sentient Intelligence from Other Worlds." Additionally, he was a featured contributor to several anthologies in the "Exposed, Uncovered and Declassified" series, released by New Page Books in 2011. Finally, just in time for the end of the Mayan calendar, Hanks also penned one of the few "futurist" perspectives on UFO phenomenon with his book, "The UFO Singularity," (New Page Books, 2012). Hanks has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including National Geographic’s Paranatural, the History Channel’s Guts and Bolts, CNN Radio, The Jeff Rense Program, and a variety of other shows and podcasts.
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Mention was made of proofreading. To be honest, the structure of this book was fine. I notice a few missing words (about 10-15 in total), but this did not detract from the enjoyment in any way. Hanks's writing is so, so, good. It's rare to find a researcher who can write this well. I also appreciate the honesty he conveys in his writing. An example of this is, if he doesn't find something, he mentions it, he doesn't make things up. What we get here is a true and honest account of the haunting of the house.
I have read his three other books and they're all great reads. Overall, my favourites have been The UFO Singularity and Ghost Rockets, but the others are just as engaging.