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Amazon #1 Bestseller in both Supernatural and Unexplained mystery categories in U.K, U.S , Australia, Canada and Germany.A most haunted house is the worldwide bestseller based on a true and terrifying account of a prolific and aggressive haunting in a small Welsh town in West Wales. Seen as controversial and sparking debate between skeptics and believers alike due to the ferocity and intensity of the haunting, A most haunted house is the grim eye witness account of a young couple fighting to keep their new home and each other as an entity tears their world apart. After an introduction by Investigator and paranormal re-searcher G L Davies , A most haunted house is a series of transcripts from the people involved that spans the three months that the haunting took place. Starting with almost small and mundane incidents and climaxing with the haunting reaching it's full and terrifying ferocity. Described as chilling and disturbing by some and thought provoking by others this is one novel that is a must for those interested in the Paranormal. A most haunted house invites you the reader to decide for yourself on what truly happened at this home. Should this be true, then there are unknown forces that we cannot combat in this world. A most haunted house has been #1 in both the Unexplained mystery and Supernatural categories on Kindle and has topped the charts since it's release. Read today and join, as thousands already have, a journey into fear and the unknown. What will you discover at A MOST HAUNTED HOUSE?
Walter Hubbell spent six weeks living in the haunted house in Amherst and investigating an account of the mysterious manifestations that took place in the presence of Esther Cox in Amherst. The introduction states, "The manifestations described in this story commenced one year ago. No person has yet been able to ascertain their cause. Scientific men from all parts of Canada and the United States have investigated them in vain. Some people think that electricity is the principal agent; others, mesmerism; whilst others again, are sure they are produced by the devil. Of the three supposed causes, the latter is certainly the most plausible theory, for some of the manifestations are remarkably devilish in their appearance and effect. For instance, the mysterious setting of fires, the powerful shaking of the house, the loud and incessant noises and distinct knocking, as if made by invisible sledge-hammers, on the walls; also, the strange actions of the household furniture, which moves about in the broad daylight without the slightest visible cause. As these strange things only occur while Miss Esther Cox is present, she has become known as the "Amherst Mystery" throughout the entire country." The Great Amherst Mystery was a notorious case of reported poltergeist activity in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada between 1878 and 1879. From Wikipedia "The frightened family called in a doctor. During his visit, bedclothes moved, scratching noises were heard, and the words "Esther Cox, you are mine to kill" appeared on the wall by the head of Esther's bed. The following day the doctor administered sedatives to Esther to calm her and help her sleep, whereupon more noises and flying objects manifested themselves. Attempts to communicate with the "spirit" resulted in tapped responses to questions."
(Edited for modern English, with minor abridgement.) Pope Pius X called Therese of Lisieux "the greatest saint of modern times." In a life that spanned just 24 years, how did this obscure French girl become so powerfully inspirational? St. Therese was born at Alencon on January 2, 1873. After the death of her mother, she and her surviving family members moved to Lisieux, where she would eventually follow her two sisters into the contemplative life of the Carmel convent. Though only fifteen years of age, the spiritually precocious little postulant had already immersed herself in Christ's ocean of Divine Love. Five years earlier, on the Feast of Pentecost, she had been healed from a serious illness through the intercession of Our Lady of Victories. Then, prior to receiving her First Holy Communion, a year later, Therese experienced an unforgettably intimate Spiritual union with Christ. From these experiences, Therese began to understand her vocation to pray and sacrifice for priests and missionaries; to become "an apostle to apostles." Yet, she is most remembered for her simplicity and innocence--like spiritual childhood--that became known as "the little way." By following this path, we too find God in every task, every trial and every person. On 9 June 1895, on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, she offered herself to God, as a sacrificial victim. Within a year, she began to suffer from Tuberculosis, the ravaging disease that would soon take her life. Still, she never abandoned the heroic virtue that made her a role model for us all. She passed away on September 30, 1897, but not before writing: "I am not dying, I am entering life." Her final words were, "My God..., I love you!" No brief biography can capture, adequately, the touching story of this beautiful soul. To understand this inspiring saint, and her "little way," we must read her autobiography."
Welcome to Manna - the utopian galaxy where all races exist in harmony. Manna is a place of wisdom, technology and art. On the edge of the galaxy, hides TOX1C, a reprocessing planet run by The Company and dealing with all Manna's waste; there's no poison The Company will not "recycle". Jenni Xi, ECO Terrorist, is fighting a cleanup war against The Company. Svoolzard Koolimax, poet, swashbuckler, bon viveur, is Guest of Honour on a Masters Cruise when a violent attack leaves his Cruiser crashed. Horace is a torture model Anarchy Android, known simply as The Dentist. Horace works for The Company. Soon, he will meet Jenni and Svool - and the fate of Manna will change forever...
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