Ghosts and Me By Kevin Killen
This book is a journey of searching and trying to understand the paranormal. For more than thirty years, I have experienced some form of paranormal activity. This book explores many of those experiences. From the first time I experienced a ghost at the age of five, to high school where I tried my first electronic voice phenomenon. Then, my first EVP capture on tape in my childhood home.
The book goes further into my experiences in several different schools and states, such as my experiences at a school in West Virginia. While not ghostly per se, the experiences had a paranormal feel to them. From there, my years spent in Waynesburg, Pa, where I graduated from college, met and dated a witch, and had several more paranormal experiences, including living in a haunted house during school.
The book goes into my experiences in Virginia, which include a haunted battlefield, a haunted theater, and a few haunted homes. After leaving the state and going back to Pennsylvania, there are more experiences including more evp’s, seeing my first shadow person, and an encounter with “something” that I was protected from by my pet dog and cats.
I return to Virginia to chronicle my experiences in a haunted work place, which included phantom noises, footsteps on the roof, doors closing by themselves, and a visit from the long dead woman who started the organization. During this time, I have several coworkers have many of the same experiences as I I did, sometimes together. I explain why working with addicted personalities can be a major reason for the paranormal activity, and why I have doubted what I have seen over and over.
Finally, some experiences I have had with my current girlfriend and her family in Maryland. I also take the time to explain why people shouldn’t think they are crazy when these experiences happen to them, and why they shouldn’t be afraid to relay them to other people, even though they may fear what they think.
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