Bundy's story is a tale of intrigue, mystery, and the murders of what could have been well over 100 women. As a listener, you will journey through the sick mind of Ted Bundy, traveling from one gruesome scene to another. You will hide with Bundy, watching and waiting for his next vicious attack. As Bundy prepares his defense, goes to trial, and is eventually electrocuted for his acts of violence, you'll be beside him, sharing in the experience.
Meditation and mindfulness are powerful techniques to achieve fulfillment and happiness in life. This book describes, in detail, the effects of meditation and how you can learn this amazing practice to lead a stress-free life. Meditation is not merely a tool for relaxation, but a wholesome way of life. There are many misconceptions regarding meditation. Many believe that it's a religious and occult practice, meant only for people who want to renounce the world.
Women can be infuriating and confusing. They can seem like unfathomable aliens in their communication and their needs. This can make men feel very intimidated and unable to please women. Some men even feel that women are crazy nuts who are impossible to please. But what if I told you that women are not aliens or crazy nuts? Really, women just have a more emotional way of communicating.
The Benghazi crisis that occurred exactly 11 years after September 11, 2001 led to the loss of the US ambassador, Christopher Stevens and, hence, stands as one of the worst attacks against the US. This book goes beyond the events of September 11, 2012. It explores what went wrong; the things that could have been prevented; the best kept secrets of CIA operations abroad; and presents recommendations that may avoid the loss of more lives as the inevitable war against terror rages on.
In this book, Emotional Intelligence we basically discuss how the art and science behind emotional intelligence can affect us. It can be out best friend affecting us positively or the reverse affecting us in a negative manner making it our worst enemy.
Denial of Sadduceism in Salem: Caught in a Devil's Cloyster for Witches explores what it might have been like to live in Salem Village in the years between 1689 and 1693. Sadduceism was the belief that no such thing as ghosts, demons, witches, and other supernatural beings existed. To the minds of many who lived in that era that indicated a disbelief in God and in the teachings of the Bible. The King James translation of the Bible had been published in 1611, so educated people would have been able to read it.