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Offline PPI Tim

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Hey Guys,
Happy New Year to all.
I've been looking through a book I got for Christmas called, "Encyclopedia of Haunted Places" by a Jeff Belanger.
It has a listing of haunted locations from around the world and the history behind them.

Did anyone else get any cool books or paranormal things for Christmas?
Sounds interesting...Go on.

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Yes, of course. One of my paranormal presents was a book by Harry Price entitled "The Most Haunted House in England". The book was first printed in 1940, and documents 10 years of study at Borley Rectory. Amazed to learn that Harry Price used infrared cameras during his investigations in 1929...
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I got a book called "Ghosts".  I haven't started reading it yet, so I don't know much about it.  I saw the book your talking about and almost bought it.  I'm curious to know if it's a good one to buy.  Happy reading!   :D

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Considering my Family didn't exchange gifts this year, I managed to walk away with a sweet $50 gift card to Best Buy.  I'm thinking spare battery for my new video camera!  I expect reviews or synopsis's from all who got books!   ;D
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I got my very first EMF detector.  I have already done a complete sweep of my house and noticed the "bubble" of EMF radiating from various electronic equipment in the house.  This is so cool!
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