Haunted Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's

Haunted Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's


Haunted Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's Explorations Into Infamous Legends & Extraordinary Manifestations ❰Reading❯ ➶ Haunted Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's Explorations Into Infamous Legends & Extraordinary Manifestations Author Philip J. Imbrogno – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Strange, the Bizarre, and the UnexplainedJust when you think Philip Imbrogno s infamous files have been exhausted, he presents us with another collection of spooky cases of unexplained strangeness The Strange, the Bizarre, and the UnexplainedJust from the Kindle Ð when you think Philip Imbrogno s infamous files have been exhausted, he presents us with another collection of spooky cases of unexplained strangeness Pulled from than thirty years worth of investigations, these never before published cases involve run ins with angry spirits, phantasms, monsters, and poltergeistsThrough detailed on scene investigations and historical research, Haunted Files from the Edge takes you on a creepy Haunted Files MOBI :Þ tour of notorious specters, haunted places, and legends such as the Ghosts of Sleepy Hollow, the Curse of the Green Witch, the Ghosts of the Alamo, and the Curse of OwlsburyUsing state of the art tools and special imaging techniques, Imbrogno has been able to find rational explanations forpercent of the cases he has investigated The mystifying cases presented here, supported by eyewitness testimony and photographic evidence, are among those that Files from the Epub Û defy explanation.


10 thoughts on “Haunted Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's Explorations Into Infamous Legends & Extraordinary Manifestations

  1. Majanka Majanka says:

    I ve never been as nervous about posting a review before as I ve been about posting this one Why Because in the first time for as long as I ve had this blog, which is little over two years, I didn t finish this book I couldn t Believe me, I wanted to I gave up in three fourth because I simply couldn t take it any.This isn t the first true haunting book I ve read Up till now, I pretty much enjoyed all the ones I ve read, somethan others I m skeptical about the paranormal, but I b I ve never been as nervous about posting a review before as I ve been about posting this one Why Because in the first time for as long as I ve had this blog, which is little over two years, I didn t finish this book I couldn t Believe me, I wanted to I gave up in three fourth because I simply couldn t take it any.This isn t the first true haunting book I ve read Up till now, I pretty much enjoyed all the ones I ve read, somethan others I m skeptical about the paranormal, but I believe most of the things I read up to some degree This book It sounds about as unbelievable as if I d walk downstairs and find an alien hiding in my fridge.Talking about aliens, that s one of the other things that s wrong with this book I went in expecting to read a book about hauntings, and up to some degree, the book is about just that But for some reason, the author always wants to refer to aliens I have no idea why he does this It seems like aliens are his true expertise, but that doesn t mean he should keep referring to them with every turning page I also didn t buy the alien explanations Even when it s obvious there are a thousandfitting explanations that make a lotsense, the author brings it back to aliens I found this very annoying, and after a while, I couldn t take it any.For a while, in the middle, the book got better, but toward the second half, it got worse The ups and downs of this book were so huge I had trouble reading on, and eventually quit I never quit on books, so this is obviously a very bad sign I don t know Aliens never interested me, and it isn t something I d want to read about except in fiction so maybe it s that Since this is supposedly a book about hauntings as it says so in the title, Haunted Files From The Edge I was suspecting to read about ghostly investigations, not about the author s speculations about the existence of aliens.On top of the constant references to aliens, the writing style is also a bit bland Some passages were so boring I had to skip through them I had absolute trouble with both the author s credibility and his writing style it just wasn t for me.Then I came upon this distracting piece of news regarding the author s credentials, which, apparently are all fake While this may not necessarily reflect on whether his work is fake or not, it certainly refrained me from going back to this book and reading it till the end If I really liked it, I probably wouldn t have cared, but this literally drove me over the edge Writing paranormal non fiction may be a tough field to break through, but faking one s been to university and in the army isn t doing anyone any good, least of all one s self.I feel bad I didn t like this book as much as I hoped I would, but I always vouched to be honest on this blog, and I m doing just that I ve read and enjoyed a large share of paranormal non fiction books This one just wasn t right for me The constant referrals to aliens and the fake credentials pushed me away, as well as the writign style.If you re a fan of true haunting novels, you may want to give Haunted Files From The Edge a try, but don t say I didn t warn you If you re looking for better books in the genre, check out Mysterious Minnesota and Restless in Peace I read both these books as well and enjoyed them a lotReviews of these are coming at the end of August


  2. B. Barron B. Barron says:

    I am a HUGE skeptic and usually read these kinds of books just for Shots Giggles this is no exception The author does present some explanations for a few of the phenomenon encountered in the book, and one chapter is devoted do kind of debunking one supposedly paranormal event a religious event, which I think is a relevant fact.Normally this kind of mushy, pseudo analytical tome would get a 1 or 2 star rating in this case probably a 2 as it is fairly well written , but it gets a 3 because I am a HUGE skeptic and usually read these kinds of books just for Shots Giggles this is no exception The author does present some explanations for a few of the phenomenon encountered in the book, and one chapter is devoted do kind of debunking one supposedly paranormal event a religious event, which I think is a relevant fact.Normally this kind of mushy, pseudo analytical tome would get a 1 or 2 star rating in this case probably a 2 as it is fairly well written , but it gets a 3 because it mentioned things places I was not aware of, such as The Stone Chambers of Putnam Count actually much of the Hudson valley, they just have a lot of them in Putnam County The Munsee Indians supposed supernatural connection.The Green Witch.The Bayside Lady of the Rosary group good template for a minor cult.Putnam State Park good setting for an encounter.Devils Hopyard Good place of a rendezvous or assignation.Owlbury Dudleytown very good place for an encounter Gungywamp and the Cliff of Tears Real places that sound like they should be in a Fantasy Novel As you can see I am an Gamer and a ill motivated writer, but for the ideas this book has given me I gladly give it 3 stars


  3. Diana Diana says:

    I loved this book, it was nice to read a true ghost story book that wasn t a rehash of the same old stories This book was the first I read by this author and definitely plan to readThe stories in the book mostly take place in New England, in places most Ghost Hunters haven t written about, I enjoyed reading about different haunted places If you enjoy this type of book, I really recommend it.


  4. Carol Zanetti Carol Zanetti says:

    I chose not to finish reading this book after reading other readers reviews I researched the author online myself, and I discovered it has been proven that he misrepresented his credentials and background The book still might be fun and entertaining to other readers if taken with a large grain of salt But I had hoped for an honest account by an honest author If he can lie about himself, I can t trust what he has written He seems to have left the field entirely after being discovered.


  5. Chris Chris says:

    I m a junkie for true ghost story books This one was entertaining and some of the stories were truly spooky, but somehow I get the feeling that this author sits around the house with an aluminum foil helmet on.


  6. Michelle Michelle says:

    Entertaining look at the paranormal, but future reader s need to be aware that recent questions have been raised about Philip J Imbrogno s credentials regarding his supposed military experiances Read it for some great ghost stories, but don t accept all the claims at face value.


  7. E E says:

    A fun book full of fun, if somewhat unbelievable, tales.


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10 thoughts on “Haunted Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's Explorations Into Infamous Legends & Extraordinary Manifestations

  1. Majanka Majanka says:

    I ve never been as nervous about posting a review before as I ve been about posting this one Why Because in the first time for as long as I ve had this blog, which is little over two years, I didn t finish this book I couldn t Believe me, I wanted to I gave up in three fourth because I simply couldn t take it any.This isn t the first true haunting book I ve read Up till now, I pretty much enjoyed all the ones I ve read, somethan others I m skeptical about the paranormal, but I b I ve never been as nervous about posting a review before as I ve been about posting this one Why Because in the first time for as long as I ve had this blog, which is little over two years, I didn t finish this book I couldn t Believe me, I wanted to I gave up in three fourth because I simply couldn t take it any.This isn t the first true haunting book I ve read Up till now, I pretty much enjoyed all the ones I ve read, somethan others I m skeptical about the paranormal, but I believe most of the things I read up to some degree This book It sounds about as unbelievable as if I d walk downstairs and find an alien hiding in my fridge.Talking about aliens, that s one of the other things that s wrong with this book I went in expecting to read a book about hauntings, and up to some degree, the book is about just that But for some reason, the author always wants to refer to aliens I have no idea why he does this It seems like aliens are his true expertise, but that doesn t mean he should keep referring to them with every turning page I also didn t buy the alien explanations Even when it s obvious there are a thousandfitting explanations that make a lotsense, the author brings it back to aliens I found this very annoying, and after a while, I couldn t take it any.For a while, in the middle, the book got better, but toward the second half, it got worse The ups and downs of this book were so huge I had trouble reading on, and eventually quit I never quit on books, so this is obviously a very bad sign I don t know Aliens never interested me, and it isn t something I d want to read about except in fiction so maybe it s that Since this is supposedly a book about hauntings as it says so in the title, Haunted Files From The Edge I was suspecting to read about ghostly investigations, not about the author s speculations about the existence of aliens.On top of the constant references to aliens, the writing style is also a bit bland Some passages were so boring I had to skip through them I had absolute trouble with both the author s credibility and his writing style it just wasn t for me.Then I came upon this distracting piece of news regarding the author s credentials, which, apparently are all fake While this may not necessarily reflect on whether his work is fake or not, it certainly refrained me from going back to this book and reading it till the end If I really liked it, I probably wouldn t have cared, but this literally drove me over the edge Writing paranormal non fiction may be a tough field to break through, but faking one s been to university and in the army isn t doing anyone any good, least of all one s self.I feel bad I didn t like this book as much as I hoped I would, but I always vouched to be honest on this blog, and I m doing just that I ve read and enjoyed a large share of paranormal non fiction books This one just wasn t right for me The constant referrals to aliens and the fake credentials pushed me away, as well as the writign style.If you re a fan of true haunting novels, you may want to give Haunted Files From The Edge a try, but don t say I didn t warn you If you re looking for better books in the genre, check out Mysterious Minnesota and Restless in Peace I read both these books as well and enjoyed them a lotReviews of these are coming at the end of August

  2. B. Barron B. Barron says:

    I am a HUGE skeptic and usually read these kinds of books just for Shots Giggles this is no exception The author does present some explanations for a few of the phenomenon encountered in the book, and one chapter is devoted do kind of debunking one supposedly paranormal event a religious event, which I think is a relevant fact.Normally this kind of mushy, pseudo analytical tome would get a 1 or 2 star rating in this case probably a 2 as it is fairly well written , but it gets a 3 because I am a HUGE skeptic and usually read these kinds of books just for Shots Giggles this is no exception The author does present some explanations for a few of the phenomenon encountered in the book, and one chapter is devoted do kind of debunking one supposedly paranormal event a religious event, which I think is a relevant fact.Normally this kind of mushy, pseudo analytical tome would get a 1 or 2 star rating in this case probably a 2 as it is fairly well written , but it gets a 3 because it mentioned things places I was not aware of, such as The Stone Chambers of Putnam Count actually much of the Hudson valley, they just have a lot of them in Putnam County The Munsee Indians supposed supernatural connection.The Green Witch.The Bayside Lady of the Rosary group good template for a minor cult.Putnam State Park good setting for an encounter.Devils Hopyard Good place of a rendezvous or assignation.Owlbury Dudleytown very good place for an encounter Gungywamp and the Cliff of Tears Real places that sound like they should be in a Fantasy Novel As you can see I am an Gamer and a ill motivated writer, but for the ideas this book has given me I gladly give it 3 stars

  3. Diana Diana says:

    I loved this book, it was nice to read a true ghost story book that wasn t a rehash of the same old stories This book was the first I read by this author and definitely plan to readThe stories in the book mostly take place in New England, in places most Ghost Hunters haven t written about, I enjoyed reading about different haunted places If you enjoy this type of book, I really recommend it.

  4. Carol Zanetti Carol Zanetti says:

    I chose not to finish reading this book after reading other readers reviews I researched the author online myself, and I discovered it has been proven that he misrepresented his credentials and background The book still might be fun and entertaining to other readers if taken with a large grain of salt But I had hoped for an honest account by an honest author If he can lie about himself, I can t trust what he has written He seems to have left the field entirely after being discovered.

  5. Chris Chris says:

    I m a junkie for true ghost story books This one was entertaining and some of the stories were truly spooky, but somehow I get the feeling that this author sits around the house with an aluminum foil helmet on.

  6. Michelle Michelle says:

    Entertaining look at the paranormal, but future reader s need to be aware that recent questions have been raised about Philip J Imbrogno s credentials regarding his supposed military experiances Read it for some great ghost stories, but don t accept all the claims at face value.

  7. E E says:

    A fun book full of fun, if somewhat unbelievable, tales.

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