Life with the afterlife : 13 truths I learned about ghosts / Amy Bruni ; with Julie Tremaine.
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- ISBN: 9781538754146
- ISBN: 1538754142
- Physical Description: xi, 257 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction: Welcome to the strange side -- Ghosts are people, too -- Ghosts aren't trying to scare you -- Ghost hunting is a hobby, not a career -- You're not crossing anyone over (ever) -- There's no such thing as a ghost detector -- It's not always a ghost -- There's no right way to find spirits -- Beware of hitchhiking ghosts (or don't) -- A haunted prison isn't the scariest place you can visit -- If ghosts are real, Bigfoot is probably real too -- It takes a (haunted village) -- You don't need to prove that ghosts exist -- Don't believe everything your read.
"The author, a paranormal investigator and co-star of Kindred Spirits, has spent years studying the otherworldly. She's uncovered back stories that explain and corroborate apparitions, and says that recognizing that ghosts are people can help us move from fear to empathy for them." -- (Source of summary not specified)
Bruni reveals the insights she has gleaned over years of studying the otherworldly, and explains how these unwavering truths have shaped her unique approach to interacting with the spirits of the dead and those who encounter them. Her efforts to better understand the dead but not yet departed are told with humor and compassion for both those who are haunted those who are haunting. -- adapted from jacket
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 October #1
Paranormal investigator, Ghost Hunters regular, and current co-star of Kindred Spirits, Bruni has spent a lifetime in search of ghosts. Here she treats fans to some of her most memorable experiences and shares tips for amateur ghost-hunters. From a young age, she experienced strange happenings, including a possible Bigfoot sighting, that spurred her interest in the paranormal. For years, seeking out ghosts and otherworldly beings was her hobbyâas she maintains it should be for most aspiring ghost-hunters; don't think this is your road to fame. She shares some of her early encounters, as well as retellsâadding more background and detailsâmany cases previously featured on Kindred Spirits, giving behind-the-scenes context to all the work that goes into the one-hour show. Bruni's conversational style and ghost-hunting tips that also serve as life tips (go in with an open mind, don't judge, beware of your own bias), plus the fact that she makes no attempt to win over non-believers, make this a perfect read for fans and anyone interested in the paranormal. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.
Amy Bruni started working professionally as a paranormal investigator in 2007, when she began appearing on Ghost Hunters, one of the longest-running and highest-rated paranormal television shows. Now, she's the co-star and executive producer of The Travel Channel's Kindred Spirits. In addition, Amy is the owner of Strange Escapes, a company offering paranormal excursions to some of America's most notoriously haunted destinations.
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