If you think ghosts are only responsible for hauntings, think again. The Demonologist reveals the grave religious process behind supernatural events and how it can happen to you. Used as a text in seminaries and classrooms, this is one book you can't put down. For over five decades, Ed and Loraine Warren have been considered America's foremost experts on demonology and exorcism. With over 3,000 investigations to their credit, they reveal what actually breaks the peace in haunted houses. The book was expertly written by Gerald Daniel Brittle, a nonfiction writer with advanced degrees in literature and psychology, specializing in mystical theology. Don't miss the Warrens in the new blockbuster movie The Conjuring.
©1980 Gerald Brittle, Ed Warren, Lorraine Warren (P)2013 Graymalkin Media, LLC
Probably someone who is a bit more gullible than me. I love ghost stories even if I take it all with a grain of salt, but this book - and the Warrens themselves - was just a farce and beyond ridiculous. There was no corroboration of evidence whatsoever. None of the people who supposedly went through these horrific hauntings have actually been verified. I struggle to believe that any member of a police/ a The book was purely based on what the Warrens said they encountered. I find it very hard to believe that so many of these events truly happened. Whenever the Warren's are challenged in the book they have an answer for everything, but none of the answers have any substantiating evidence!!! Not once have the Warrens ever tried to take a scientific approach to solve their "mysteries" it is always supernatural phenomena and I call BS!!!!
Probably not, no.
Yes it did.
If I was an editor, I'd advise my client to take any reference to non-fiction and real life out of it.
I was irritated by the book and could not finish listening to it. Ed and Lorraine Warren are grade A charlatans and hypocrites.
I recommend this book to anybody that might be the least bit interested in ghosts and haunted houses. And demons.
This book is true. The stories happened. It scared me.
Todd Haberkorn held my attention from the beginning to the end.
The Demonologist - Why You Should Be Scared When Hearing A Bump In The Night
I never really understood the differences between ghosts and demons. Now I do and I wish I didn't. It's a great book that if you believe in ghosts and spirits, you'll find entertaining and educational.
Opened my mind
How matter of fact they speak. Most books and movies it seems, try to not only make you believe but also themselves but in this book they say it doesn't matter if you believe or not this is real.
The Beckford's story.
Yes. No it opened my mind to a world that can't be seen.
This book is extremely well written and kept my interest all the way through something that very few books have done.
Decent narration. Nothing to write home about, but the story itself is what keeps you hooked.
This book has to appeal to your particular interests for it to have meaning or value. Those who don't believe will dismiss everything as mistake, coincidence, delusions, etc. This book goes into detail what happens when the world stops being so bright and the darkness takes over. Very scary and certainly creepy.
Enjoyed the book and I would highly rwcommend. Real evil does exist and this book does a great job of informing the reader on how to avoid situations where you could get involved in an encounter.
The author seemed to condense the knowledge and wisdom of the life experiences of the Warrens. He did a great job of presenting everyone in a manner that was both entertaining and informative. I got a lot of answers from this book.
The sincere way in which the paranormal was described and discovered.
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