The Paranormal Explorers were interviewed by Rhonda Parrish for this book, Haunted Hospitals. She and Mark Leslie researched and wrote this book on creepy, haunted facilities. We related our story of the investigation into the abandoned Charles Camsell Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The book comes out on Amazon on August 29, 2017.
We can’t wait for the book/e-book to come out! Congratulations to Rhonda and Mark!
Over the years, we have submitted our investigations to authors that were compiling non-fiction books on haunted places and paranormal investigators. So, we are going to “toot” our own horn and let you know about the books out there that we are in!
Encyclopedia of Haunted Places: Ghostly Locales from Around the World
by Jeff Belanger
Some of our investigations in Edmonton are compiled in Jeff Belanger’s book.
Dorah was so great to interview Paranormal Rona for her book. Felt very privileged to be included.
Good reading to you all!!
I love this book – and I LOVE the DVD. If you are going to pick up any book about the paranormal, read this one FIRST before you read the others.
Here is the synopsis of the book on Amazon.com:
After literally stumbling into orbs appearing as bright as light bulbs in photographs he was taking at a spiritual retreat, Dr. Klaus Heinemann immediately sensed that he was onto something profound. There was no choice but to convince himself that his notion was on solid grounds. Heinemann looked at thousands of pictures he had taken earlier, and thousands more would be taken to test the hypothesis that these light circles are nothing less than emanations from Spirit beings.
Dr. Míceál Ledwith had a similar experience after the orb phenomenon was first made known to him through the teachings of Ramtha. He began an intense and systematic study of orbs in all sort of situations, day and night, and in all sorts of atmospheric conditions, in order to discover all he could about their nature, the situations in which their presence could be most easily detected, and what implications they might have for our understanding of our own place in the cosmos. To date, he has amassed a collection of well over 100,000 images.
In The Orb Project, Ledwith and Heinemann present their fascinating discoveries, along with practical tips that amateur digital photographers can use to photograph orbs and properly distinguish them from “false” orbs that are really dust or water particles. They offer guidelines on deciphering the orbs’ various patterns, features, and characteristics, based on their extensive research.
As Dr. Ledwith points out, once you develop a keen and sustained interest in photographing spirit entities, some quite interesting things begin to happen: the brain stops censoring these images, and you can begin to see with orbs with the naked eye — in more color and detail than is visible to even a digital camera.
Ledwith and Heinemann also explore communication with orbs and what their existence means to our lives. The implications of a realization that we are “surrounded by a cloud of witnesses” are enormous and incredibly hopeful for the world at large.
This is the DVD you should watch