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While he's incarcerated he hears about the biggest revolutionary strike yet: The revolution escalates before he and other political prisoners are freed from Fort Belvoir by rescuers who commandeered one of the Fort's tanks in an operation needing no explanation but story necessity.

Safehoused with a new identity, he now must answer for his crime of compromising Organization security when he approached outsiders; he must face the Organization's elite leadership order, called "The Order," into which he had been inducted just before his capture, on a limited trial basis. He's ordered to prove his worth by accepting a future suicide mission, revealing yet another similarity to the sort of terrorists who most make the news today.

His robotic acceptance is unsurprising as any reflection would have been an uncharacteristic complexity. The characters' lack of complexity, paradoxically, introduces other complexities, unintentionally. Earl Turner is ostensibly a tough, independent, clear-thinking man who sees through the lies that most other people believe because they are all either stupid barbarous criminals or blindly obedient sheep. The complexity accrues when he acts on his beliefs by committing barbarous crimes just because he's ordered to by distant commanders of an ill-defined "Organization.

This points to a quandary the author finds himself in, one that expresses the repressed paradox of an oppressed "superior race" how could they be dominated by inferiors? The author needs to have a "regular guy" protagonist who is also superior, and he needs this man's personal story of persecution and triumph to follow an analogous arc with a larger movement as whites who can no longer endure the burden of enforced racial equality start a revolution.

He has to be powerful and individualistic even as he's swept along by forces he has no power over and to which he submits as one disposable particle. He has to be superior to those he hates, but his default setting is aggrieved victim of theirs. His true superiority has to manifest somehow, but it can't be with brute force or the Scary Black Man could not function as a threat, and it can't be with intelligence because he neither says nor does anything clever, ever, although with that last aspect we're likely moving into the area of authorial limitations.

Junking up mission descriptions with ordnance and materiel specifics adds no sense of smarts to schemes that are bumbling and hare-brained, and this is compounded by a hilarious lack of self-awareness as when the narrator complains about how government incompetence plagues them with intermittent electricity that they are stealing to run the workshop where they prepare further attacks on the country's infrastructure , damage which they are sometimes dismayed to learn is speedily repaired. Again, you'd think it was satire. Then it graduates from unintentional satire to grotesque genocidal wet-dream fantasy.

Thousands of members of "The Organization" are sent to Southern California for a big concerted action that includes taking over radio stations, burning down government buildings, attacking police stations, destroying infrastructure, and to prevent on-the-ground resistance, the bombing of all highway overpasses which are, a few pages later, then used without incident to expel all blacks into surrounding areas. With no electricity, water, or food, white people turn to looting while blacks turn to cannibalism, hunting white neighborhoods for female teens and girls to butcher and eat.

These actions coincide with an intra-military civil war which keeps them conveniently tied up. The blacks are deported, the Jews marched to their deaths in a canyon, and white women married to or living with non-white men are strung up by the thousands from lamp posts, power poles, and trees, labeled with placards reading "I defiled my race. After some eye-rolling escalation several American cities end up nuked, because an all-white chunk of North America is worth the price of the rest of it being radioactive rubble.

How all this then triggers spontaneous anti-Jewish pogroms in most other predominantly white countries is not explained, but by now this is no surprise. Nor is the giddy machismo with which Earl portrays the fellows he is going on his suicide mission with: In the epilogue we learn that Europe and Russia purge themselves of non-whites, which leaves the problem that China is still full of, well, Chinese people.

If you have read about this nonsense this far, I hope it has supplanted any urge to read the book. I read it so you don't have to! I hope you at least got a chuckle from it. I know I'll think of it every time I hear alarmed cries about ambitions for the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate in its old territories: View all 55 comments.

Jul 30, Sigma rated it it was amazing. Ignore this book if you are anti-racism, because it will either offend, or simply sicken you in many, many ways. However, for anyone who wants to understand how many Americans, even today feel about race, or how Timothy McVeigh felt as he bombed the Murrah building in Oklahoma City, I suggest you read this. Some people love it, some people despise it. I guess it comes down to your own personal views and morals. I happen to love this book.

I find it is an inspirational book, and takes the reader Ignore this book if you are anti-racism, because it will either offend, or simply sicken you in many, many ways. I find it is an inspirational book, and takes the reader outside the fictional story into everyday America. William Luther Pierce wrote this book, and published it under a secret identity.

Even today people have trouble finding it. Many book stores will not carry it, nor will many libraries. It would be difficult to "stumble" upon it.


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However, I would recommend anyone who is curious, to check their local libraries, and definitely read this book, and ignore the biased opinions of 'anti-racism' critics. View all 12 comments. Apr 13, Adam rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Students of moral depravity. I read The Turner Diaries for free online several years ago. While I didn't expect to agree with it, I expected to at least gain some kind of empathetic understanding of the author's point of view.

It turns out that I couldn't have been more wrong. While I can understand why certain groups of people hate certain other groups of people, or why extremist groups entertain utopian fantasies of redrawn borders and wholesale deportation of everyone who's not exactly like them, after reading The Turner I read The Turner Diaries for free online several years ago. While I can understand why certain groups of people hate certain other groups of people, or why extremist groups entertain utopian fantasies of redrawn borders and wholesale deportation of everyone who's not exactly like them, after reading The Turner Diaries , I found myself scratching my head and wondering who, exactly, would ever read this book from cover to cover and feel that its worldview was one to which they'd like to subscribe.

It depicts a world devoid of happiness and love, even for its white protagonists, who are emotionless robots. Not to mention the fact that the writing is ludicrously bad. I mean, who reads this book and says, "Right on! I don't know, maybe I'm just naive. View all 6 comments. Oct 24, Phil Scovis rated it did not like it. I read this hoping for some sort of manifesto that would make the racist worldview understandable, perhaps even pitiable.

But while The Turner Diaries gives us a good look into that worldview, no explanations are given; no arguments put forward that can be refuted. The narrative assumes that the reader has already accepted the usual racist cultural myths. For a so-called "racist bible", there is nothing didactic. The whole thing is just cheap porn for white supremacists.

Though we never learn the I read this hoping for some sort of manifesto that would make the racist worldview understandable, perhaps even pitiable. Though we never learn the "why" of the protagonist's hatred and, by extension, the author's there is plenty of "what".

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To a man, Jews are in a world-domination conspiracy. Blacks are not particularly respected one way or the other; they are depicted as ignorant hedonists, tolerated when they are not in the way, and killed without a thought if they are. But special venom is reserved for mixed-race individuals and the "race traitors" who produce them.

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To me, this tendency has always been an interesting facet of racism, in both the modern extremist and the historical institution. After all, back in the day, it was never murderers and thieves who were lynched; it was black men who associated with white women. The fertility of such unions, and the inability to categorize the offspring, is the most serious challenge to the fundamental belief of the racist; that blacks and whites are naturally separate populations.

The author and the characters he invents are apparently conflicted by this paradox as well. Accordingly, the race-mixers are strung up from lampposts, effectively solving the problem. The story is rife with unintended ironies. The protagonist decries the barbarism of his enemies, while committing similar atrocities himself, for which he expects sympathy and approval. Strangest of all, the protagonist rails against the apathy and mindlessness of common people, while himself slavishly following orders from commanders he never meets, occasionally against his own judgement. Two things related to the book itself are worth mentioning.

First, the publisher and promoters of the book have attempted to color it as "forbidden" or "banned"; perhaps in order to associate it with other great works which actually were banned, or to suggest an illicit thrill for the reader. However, this book was never banned in the United States It was banned in parts of Europe and Canada. It is available from Amazon. It is on the shelves at the library in Sacramento, California, in one of the most racially diverse areas of the country. It is available on the internet to anyone.

Nor should it be banned. It is an important reminder of the logical conclusions of racist thought. I would keep it out of the sight of children or the simple-minded, but there is almost no chance that this piece of garbage could "convert" otherwise rational adults who do not already subscribe to murderous an hateful ideology.

Secondly, there was much hype concerning a possible connection with the Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. It is possible, I suppose, that McVeigh was inspired by the misguided courage of the novel's protagonist. But by all accounts McVeigh was respectful to people of all races, and was not motivated by bigotry. McVeigh was clear, honest, and forthcoming about his motivations, and he never mentioned The Turner Diaries. While the book was found among his belongings, it is just unwarranted hype to sensationalize it by connecting it with McVeigh's sensational crime.

Prior to reading, I thought that maybe it was possible that the book could be enjoyed on its own terms as an exciting if formulaic dystopian romance. The situations are so ridiculous, the premises so incredible, and the characters so flat that it actually makes terrorism and murder into something tedious. View all 7 comments. Jun 08, Tami rated it liked it Recommends it for: The copy of this book that I read had a really interesting forward on it. The editor said that they published this book so that people might learn from it, because if we don't look at the mistakes of the past we are bound to repeat them.

I really enjoy dystopia fiction, which is why I picked up this book. That and I don't like being told what I can and cannot read, so I'm always reading banned books. I'm also a firm believer in reading things which do not match your point of view in order to gain The copy of this book that I read had a really interesting forward on it. I'm also a firm believer in reading things which do not match your point of view in order to gain some knowledge of other people's prospectives and world views.

I also feel that if a government goes out of its way to ban a book there must be an interesting debate or opinion within its pages. It is truly sad to think that anyone would believe the doctrine that this novel preaches. Being forced to contemplate the possibilities of such beliefs is what makes this a good book. It is truly interesting to see something which I am totally against spun from a completely different point of view. I don't recommend reading this if you do not wish to imagine what the full force of human hate can create.

If you're the type who is intrigued by apocalyptic fiction and worst case scenarios then jump right in. View all 4 comments. Jun 20, Nick Black rated it really liked it. Barricade Books edition, , ordered from Loompanics Unlimited awwww man, Loompanics was the best. Does anyone else remember them from way back in the dizzay? Sigh, what can one say? I'm pretty deeply embarrassed to have enjoyed this book as much as I did, but there you go.

Then again, sometimes you've just got a hankering f Barricade Books edition, , ordered from Loompanics Unlimited awwww man, Loompanics was the best. Then again, sometimes you've just got a hankering for white supremacist guerrilla fiction. I was four-stars amused by The Turner Diaries , dammit, and I'm not sure how to feel about that at all. Jan 06, Elise Jensen added it Shelves: The only "banned" book I've ever read. It's one I'm reluctant to give a rating to, because if I rate it by how much it affected me, it would get five stars This is a horrible, horrible, horrible story I suppose this book's reputation precedes it.

It's been nearly 20 years since I read it. I remember being surprised at the quality of its writing, considering that most fiction written by radical Rightists in English tends to be godawful. It's certainly not Dostoevsky but it is a page-turner of a war story containing some cogent social commentary concerning America that remains relevant today, even if I reject Pierce's racism.


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It's definitely not for the faint-of-heart, however, as it contains a I suppose this book's reputation precedes it. It's definitely not for the faint-of-heart, however, as it contains a great deal of violence that remains shocking today. While it's a decent book, I think its impact has tended to be more negative than positive. In this first place, it has inspired generations of Rightists to believe that the best way to solve the problems of their societies is to embrace armed militancy, which is both a waste of time and resources as well as being suicidal.

Second, and related to this, is the fact that it has inspired generations of radical Right-wing authors to continue writing and repeating the same type of stories about underground terrorist groups taking over America. If they are serious about wanting to reform society, they need to come up with a vision that is going to appeal to a large segment of the population; by its very nature tales of underground militancy and terrorism are only going to appeal to a tiny minority. That being said, I suppose everyone who reads this type of literature will have to read "The Turner Diaries" eventually, as it was the book that established the template for the genre and remains one of the best.

Although it was not the first, as Pierce actually lifted elements from the earlier novels "The John Franklin Letters" and Callenbach's "Ecotopia. I was going to keep this only because it's apparently so hard to find but I honestly am not too sure I can sleep knowing this filth is in my home. And what if - God forbid - my daughter found it? At this point she wouldn't be able to make out the words that would concern me anyway but soon? I didn't seek this book out - it actually came into my house via someone else who had no clue as to anything about the book yet knew I loved books - and I was interested when I saw the McVeigh statement on the I was going to keep this only because it's apparently so hard to find but I honestly am not too sure I can sleep knowing this filth is in my home.

I didn't seek this book out - it actually came into my house via someone else who had no clue as to anything about the book yet knew I loved books - and I was interested when I saw the McVeigh statement on the cover. I've always been interested in banned, challenged and questioned books so I set it aside.

Somehow, a couple years later I stumbled upon the GR listed and after seeing some reviews pulled it out. And I'm not sure what to think. My first four female best friends consisted of two black girls and two white girls, all of which I still speak to today. The first love of my life was a black man.


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  • The last person I was in love with was white. There are no color lines for me personally. So it doesn't need to be said that this bothered me to a great extent. This was, in a lot of ways, the projected view of an American Holocaust with whites taking the place of the Nazi's and any non-white taking the place of the Jew's and non-German's.

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    To be sure, both views are scary. Our country shouldn't - and should never - be the way William L. Pierce describes it before his organization made their moves and it equally shouldn't be how he described it after. The thing that kept hitting me hard was trying to imagine what it might feel like for a black person to read this book.

    Any other non-white or even a white person to mixes races, is lesbian or gay, etc. Then I thought that, wait a minute, I'd be targeted just as any black person would be according to Pierce's views. Actually, I'd be targeted for more than the racial mixing to be honest. So, in effect, I was able to imagine what that would feel like. And it didn't feel good. I'll be the first person to say that racism goes both ways. I've had doors slammed in my face coming out of stores by black people who looked at me like I was shit on their shoe.

    And I've also stood in line in those same stores and listened to the awful comments some white people can make to each other. It goes all ways, all around. There's no escaping it sadly. I think my biggest problem with the book and with the problem in general is the huge grouping that goes on.

    With the sheer number of people in the world, in America alone, the odds are against you if you group any race together. No one can - rightfully - say that "all" black people are this or "all" white people do this. This hurts to read. If you're like me I've said enough for anyone to know if they agree or disagree with the basics of what I believe in when it comes to this it will hurt.

    I suppose a white supremacist would enjoy reading these "diaries" but that's about it. I do agree with those that think it shouldn't be banned. I do agree that it gives you what could be a great glimpse into the mind of a man like Pierce. I should also note the many, many parts in the book that are stomach turning. It's very hard to read so be aware ahead of time for what you're in for. Dec 23, Al rated it it was amazing.

    The Turner Diaries is a special piece of literature, it is intended for a specific audience so if you read this book and express nothing but hatred towards it then you were obviously not the target audience. The book is written in the form of a diary surprise! Even though this book is called racist by many, it actually deals with this subject in the The Turner Diaries is a special piece of literature, it is intended for a specific audience so if you read this book and express nothing but hatred towards it then you were obviously not the target audience.

    Even though this book is called racist by many, it actually deals with this subject in the story in which the white civilians are called racist because they stand up for themselves against criminals of other races. According to some sources this book inspired the Oklahoma bombing, which seems possible but I must say that if this book inspired anything, it inspired the Fallout games.

    Being intended for white nationalists I would recommend it to them, this is a must read for anyone on stormfront, yet if you cant handle writings about pride of ones race then stay well away as this was never intended for you. View all 5 comments. Turner Diaries is an ok quickie read as far as casual goofy entertainment but it completely boggles my mind how many people in the white racial movement actually look at this as a blueprint for an Aryan "takeover".

    I mean they actually end up nuking half the planet! Wow there's a "brilliant" recipe for a healthy white world! Sure half the worlds a radioactive ball of nuclear pollution, but hey there aren't blacks living in my neighborhood anymore! Like I said its ok as far as casual entertainmen Turner Diaries is an ok quickie read as far as casual goofy entertainment but it completely boggles my mind how many people in the white racial movement actually look at this as a blueprint for an Aryan "takeover". Like I said its ok as far as casual entertainment for racially insensitive types like myself but you would have to be a mental retard to take this book seriously.

    If your interested in reading "racial" novels spend your money on Camp of the Saints by Jean Raspail instead. Dec 21, Greg rated it liked it Shelves: Now for people who want racism or who don't, in which case they should stay away from this book, which won't be hard because you really have to go looking for this book , in their books, this is a book to read instead of say Herge's Tintin in the Congo. It's about the same quality of say any of The Left Behind books, or most of Stewart Home's early works which is a difficult comparison since Home is doing something artistic in a way with his novels an Now for people who want racism or who don't, in which case they should stay away from this book, which won't be hard because you really have to go looking for this book , in their books, this is a book to read instead of say Herge's Tintin in the Congo.

    It's about the same quality of say any of The Left Behind books, or most of Stewart Home's early works which is a difficult comparison since Home is doing something artistic in a way with his novels and their mindless repitition, but also not too difficult since both Home and this book basically boil down to politics, one on the left and one on the right, each with a near equal amount of violent rage. Gosh where was I even going with this except to ramble on about one of my many Master thesis topics I bounced around in my head before dropping out of grad school?

    It's been awhile since I read this, and what stands out in my memory was how funny this book was. Funny, really funny in the look at the paranoid nut and what he believes in kind of way. Apr 03, Matthew W rated it it was amazing. I give this book 5 stars merely for entertainment. This is far from a "blue print" for any sort of takeover. I think this book was written just so Dr.

    Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 by T.M. Simmons

    William Pierce could relieve some stress. I really wasn't sure what I was letting myself in for here. So much baggage surrounds this novel and it comes with a massive moral health warning. It was said to have inspired the Oklahoma bombings which killed so many people. I found it a compelling and powerful read, well written and told through the diaries kept by Earl Turner. He is a very capable member of the nationalist Organisation which is fighting the System US government in order to preserve the white race I really wasn't sure what I was letting myself in for here.

    He is a very capable member of the nationalist Organisation which is fighting the System US government in order to preserve the white race and free it from the many evils which they perceive will ultimately doom the Aryan race to subjugation and death. In order to achieve victory it must defeat those forces which surround and feed the system in so many different ways.

    Turner and his fellow conspirators see these as being liberals and race traitors who mongrelise the race and who are in the pay of the Jew. At the start of the book the Organisation is massively the underdog but because of its effective organisation and some particularly stupid moves on the part of the government it starts to gain ground. Unfortunately the deaths of millions of innocent people result from the battle between Organisation and System.

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    It is of course the nasty stuff of fantasy but it is also quite believable in the context of current world events with fundamentalism on one side and on the other something which is easily perceived as political correctness gone mad and linked to a phoney equality, playing into the hands of the would be extremist. This is probably the most poorly written banned book in American History Written like one of those dime-store "Executioner" novels from the seventies, it is remarkable for its influence in the American White Power underground.

    This is a must-read for anyone at all interested in subculture, radicalism left or right and the strangeness of ideology Nov 28, sologdin rated it did not like it. Apr 02, Lee rated it liked it. I wish the star ratings did not have the "liked" or disliked connotation. You can loathe a book and still think it is worth reading, or has a valuable lesson. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 by T. Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 3.

    This collection of ghost hunting diaries is a selection from those T. Simmons kept during her twenty years of adventures in the paranormal world. As a writer, she felt compelled to keep records of her encounters, and until now, she has only shared these with a few friends and relatives. Encouraged by their interest, and the awe and sometimes apprehension on their faces, This collection of ghost hunting diaries is a selection from those T. Encouraged by their interest, and the awe and sometimes apprehension on their faces, she is editing some of the dozens upon dozens of diaries in her files.

    Crossing Over explains how she learned to help lost souls cross into The Light. In Midnight Ferry, a late-night phone call sends her into a confrontation with a nasty ghost-witch who meant horrific harm. The other three stories are ones she chose as some of her favorites. She has also included a few definitions of her beliefs and the rules by which anyone whom she allows into her ghost hunting life must abide.

    Kindle Edition , 87 pages. Published May 31st by T. Simmons first published May 30th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

    May 14, Will Hoover rated it really liked it Shelves: Simmons' Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 is a mostly entertaining introduction to the author's storied career as a self styled "ghost hunter. But then, I suppose, when reading a book with "Volume 1" tacked onto the title, that is to be expected. There were at least a half dozen or more typos and missing words, as well as quite a number of awkwardl T.

    There were at least a half dozen or more typos and missing words, as well as quite a number of awkwardly composed sentences with shifting tense within the same sentence in the edition I purchased, but I usually don't put too much emphasis on such things when writing a review, since I sincerely believe that each and every book should be judged in its entirety, and not picked apart piece by piece for the trivial flaws that most books do tend to have.

    And quite honestly, I've found that reading critiques by people who get overly hung up on all the small stuff is often a demoralizing waste of time anyway. After all, spewing careless vitriol is easy enough for most disgruntled types, but finding real merit, or at the very least some truly positive points to make about the hard work of a published author, is something else entirely. Mind you, I only mention the mistakes in the manuscript, because even though this book is a more or less enjoyable read, there is a somewhat overbearing tinge to the author's views about ghost hunting in general.

    None of that is all that apparent until near the end of the book, however, so I was initially somewhat mystified when, looking over other reviews of this volume, I noticed that a lot of readers remarked that Ms. Simmons comes off as being rather "cocky. In fact, this first volume in the series is even buttressed with a rather demanding set of rules and strictures about what the author feels should or should not be done in her presence during paranormal outings. Therefore, the overriding message here seems to be that the privilege of basking in the glow of the enlightened experiences of the author and her aunt are by invitation only, deserving of but the very privileged few.

    In other words, if you want to be included in their ghost hunting activities, you'd damn well better mind your Ps and Qs, buster! But does an introductory diary of paranormal accounts really have to come off as being so I should certainly hope not. Having had more than a few ghostly encounters myself over the years, and being a self avowed paranormal junkie, it's not like I'm going to go out of my way to NOT read the subsequent volumes in this series.

    I enjoyed this book, so I'm definitely going to read on, but I really do hope that the overall writing style improves somewhat. Don't get me wrong though. This is NOT a bad little book. Not by any means. The author's paranormal chronicles are thoroughly interesting, entertaining and thrilling - though not nearly as much as many other ghost books currently on the market. So, besides some minor grammar faux pas here and there, my only real problem with the book was Ms.

    Simmons' repeated use of words like "recalcitrant" and "discipline. The ghosts all have stories to tell, always interesting, but sometimes sad and tragic. I suppose it's natural to come on so strong when dealing with naughty, terribly misbehaving ghosts who refuse to scurry on cue into "The Light" that the author so oft refers to , but come on! Back off just a smidge, will ya? By all means, enlighten us poor dumb corporeal readers, but please don't feel the need to preach.

    Even if you are a self styled badass "senior-citizen-ghost hunter" and all. Simmons' Ghost Hunting Diary Volume 1 is a pretty decent book. It's actually a rather entertaining read, despite the fact that the manuscript really could have used a good thorough editing before its perhaps overly confident and somewhat hasty publication. Likewise, the tough old "senior-citizen-ghost hunter" routine is a bit off putting, but nothing that the vast majority of readers can't quite easily overlook.

    Truth be told, there's really not all that much objectionable about anything that Ms. Simmons has to say in her book, but rather, it's just sometimes Nevertheless, I eagerly look forward to reading the next volume in the series. Jan 15, Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it. Rather than a big team of people with ultra up-to-date tech equipment, this book is about the activities of 'natural' psychics who are hunting ghosts without all the scientific equipment.

    There is a very interesting story about a haunted house, the investigation, and how the investigation involved talking with two ghosts who gave a number of specific details. These details were later checked out and found to be accurate, including the name of one of the ghosts and her married lover which was fou Rather than a big team of people with ultra up-to-date tech equipment, this book is about the activities of 'natural' psychics who are hunting ghosts without all the scientific equipment.

    These details were later checked out and found to be accurate, including the name of one of the ghosts and her married lover which was found underneath wallpaper in a home the ghost mentioned. There was also the ghost of a slave woman. Photographs were taken but, unfortunately, they are not included in the book. Whether this is because it is an e-book or not I don't know.

    The photos would have been valuable to study. Other stories deal with ghosts that are very nasty, even one that is downright evil. The book also includes information on proper behavior during ghost hunts and seances. Mar 29, Nicholas Siney rated it really liked it. After reading this book, I was intrigued with the ammount of information and experience provided within the Diary. Most of which I read was a little less believable than other encounters, but still, I was drawn into the moment of the investigation.

    Regardless of the truthfulness of some of them, I find this Diary an easy read, and it does draw you into the moment as if After reading this book, I was intrigued with the ammount of information and experience provided within the Diary. Regardless of the truthfulness of some of them, I find this Diary an easy read, and it does draw you into the moment as if you were there witnessing it for your own eyes. Can't wait to start Volume Nov 08, Marie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really loved this book!

    The Diary is really cool. I love how T. Simmons pulls you right in and makes you feel that you're on the hunt with her. I loved it so much that I downloaded book 2, 3, 4, and 5 in one night to prepare myself for some creepy ghost hunting reading in the days to come. This is definitely a five star read! Good story but there wasn't any photos included in this so it's hard to get it in ur head if its the truth or not. I would have love to have seen the author and her friends ghost hunting in these parts because I don't live in the United States. Oct 01, Flora Brooks rated it it was amazing.

    Perfect book but beware real ghost storie when you open this book you will have a lot of surprises and scarings you can read it at night for in the day time still scary and spooky. Mar 18, John S Wolfe rated it it was amazing. Great read Great details. Description of houses and land makes you feel like your there! I would love to read more of these stories. Sep 16, cleda bulger rated it it was ok.

    Dangerous You never participate in a seance a use a Ouija board. This can leave you vulnerable to demonic activity which is very real. Dec 28, KyBunnies rated it it was ok Shelves: I downloaded this book from the Kindle store because it was free. Well as I have always been told you get what you pay for. I will admit that the book was interesting but Sorry to the author I do not believe any of this is true. Please be aware that this review may contain spoilers.

    This book is suppose to be about true encounters with ghost. Maybe it is just me but sorry again I do not believe in ghost. While the stories were interesting I find them hard to believe. But then I guess if I believe I downloaded this book from the Kindle store because it was free. But then I guess if I believed in ghost it would be easier to comprehend these stories. When the author started stating that she was quoting the bible to a ghost made me laugh so much.

    Honestly how can someone state that they are quoting a bible to a ghost. I live in a house that is over years old. I honestly think that is there was such a thing as ghost I would of encounter then years ago in my own house. Since I have researched the history of my house I know for a fact that people have died here and someone was once murdered near my house.