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From the nationwide satanic panic in the 1980s to local political cover-ups, shocking kidnappings, unsolved child murders, and scandalous pedophile rings, this book takes you behind the deceptive headlines and, finally, reveals what was going on in Omaha when all hell broke loose. Rich and well-connected members of Omaha's elite carried out unspeakable acts of abuse and even murder on innocent children. David Shurter was one of those sexually abused survivors forever scarred by the horrible rites performed on him by his own parents and other followers of Satan. It wasn't until he entered psychotherapy in midlife that long ignored childhood memories came to light, and when he discovered his gruesome nightmares were indeed real. This book, finally, is an expose of the surprising participants and unbelievable horrors involving murder, drugs, lavish parties, pedophiles, suspected government conspiracies, and the Omaha gay scene that cast a dark cloud of suspicion over an unsuspecting city. David Shurter takes you down the rabbit hole.

©2012 David Shurter (P)2017 David Shurter

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I Believe

I found this book excellent in every category! D.S. truly poured himself into this writing.

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RIVITING!

Knowledge is power. You won’t want to stop listening! A white-knuckler all the way!

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Amazing

Eerily relatable as an adult woman. I wasnt abused as a young child nor did I come from Satanists. However in my adulthood, I bumped into them. and much of what was conveyed from the people involved to theories that have loomed out there...gave me a sad sense of comfort...Its unfortunate that this horror happens in America. But it will remain our dirty secret unless someone with a sense of morality makes it stop. Pray for all survivors. And pray for Karma since Justice hasnt quite helped victims of this heinous and horrific tragedy against children and women (and men)... Loved it.

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Good book. Recommend.

The authors gives a chilling depiction of his childhood and upbringing. He then goes to focus on his adulthood and turns the light more on his sexual orientation which I found quite boring. He still kept my attention by continuously bringing in the occult and satanic stories in between. If he hadn’t I probably would have stopped listening. Not interested in his sexual orientation. However, overall, good book. Kept me intrigued. Great narration. Recommend.

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Awesome story with a slice of cheese

This story is amazing at letting folks see the overt world of Satanic Ritual Abuse. I have a million positive things to say about opening up and showing the vulnerability. One star was deducted because it manages to conclude with the New Age paradigm. At the same time I suppose one needs to cling on to something. Still worth reading folks!

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Excellent

Excellent, well written, very informative. Worth every cent. I think it's sad that David doesn't realize that he is still experiencing demonic activity. Shamanism is a lie from the devil. The devil used his pain, torture and abuse to give him false hope through shamanism.

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great book

I really enjoyed this book it gave me a good look at how some people live even though most people think these things don't really happen my heart goes out to you. I pray God removes all and any evil that tries to reach you. thank you for look inside of how there is real evil in this world god bless you
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Super Interesting

Interesting and well written. Must read if you are looking for another perspective on the Franklin Scandal.

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not as great as title

boreing writing. it teases. each chapter seems to start good then it trails off sadly

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unique and fascinating

I listened intently and was appalled at what this man has experienced. While much of it rang true the ending was very repetitive and began to get confusing. I do believe this type of abuse occurs. I hope David gets well and lives meaningful life. Praying for him

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  • 02-03-21

self-pity in a form of self-help book

I found the topic very interesting however was rather disappointed. The author praise about shamanism and his spiritual discovery, therefore I would rather call this book - "Find yourself through spiritual discourse with shamanism - satanic abuse turned shaman". Is not informative abut the subject of satanism, the last 5 min of the book were the best. Lots of struggle go through the book which I found rather arduous. Not recommended if you rather fact orientated.

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  • 07-14-20

This book needs to be made viral

Such a sad story and how anybody could come out of the end of all the horrific life experiences and write a book deserves a medal, thankyou for writing this book, and with all the recent conspiracys like pizzagate and wayfare this book just confirms that things like satanic rituals are happening under our noses