Wednesday 17 October 2018

A Troika of Spooky Reading

After lots of very hard work going back several months, Beul Aithris has published not one, not two, but three paranormally tinged books in the last month! The paperbacks can be ordered now on Amazon.

First up, Ann Massey O'Regan's Dark Emerald Tales, which explores Irish folklore and hauntings. There are very few titles of this calibre available on Irish folklore, so enthusiasts will no doubt enjoy this journey from the origins of Irish mythology right up to the modern day hauntings of Dublin's Hellfire Club, Leap Castle and Loftus Hall, to name but a few. This is Ann's first book, available now on Amazon. Direct Link

Next, we have Ryan O'Neill's The Unseen World: Afterlife Research. This looks at the experiences that brought the paranormal into Ryan's life and how it became his passion. It also explores numerous themes within parapsychology, such as Outer Body Experiences, Near Death Experiences, the tenets of investigating a haunted location, a glossary of paranormal terminology and a guide to Scottish haunted locations Ryan has investigated. Ryan is very popular in the paranormal field, with his group, Scottish Paranormal. This is his highly anticipated first book, available now on Amazon. Direct Link.

 Finally, Rick Hale's Behold! Shocking True Tales of Terror... ...And Some Other Spooky Stuff, which is Rick's autobiography detailing his adventures as a paranormal investigator and what was, ultimately, the biggest challenge of his life. Intersperesed with information and facts on the theme of each chapter, it's an entertaining, educational and emotional read. The cover art was provided by the artist Mark Hetherington. This is Rick's second book, available on Amazon. Direct Link.