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How to Find a Ghost

Deem, James M.

 This book by a communications skills professor is an outgrowth of his own interest in ghosts (apparitions and hauntings) and his ambition to show that the media do not portray ghosts accurately. Deem describes what ghosts look like, their origin, where they are likely to be found, and how one can prepare oneself to see one. Advice is also given on what to do to prove a ghost is real (how to become a "ghost detective"), including instructions on how to write a report of a ghost. Reputable cases from the parapsychological literature are used as examples throughout.
Publisher Information:Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988. 138p. Bibliography: 132-134; For further reading: 135; Index: 136-138; Copious illustrations.
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