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American Hauntings: The True Stories behind Hollywood's Scariest Movies-from The Exorcist to The Conjuring : The True Stories behind Hollywooda€™s Scariest Moviesa€"from The Exorcist to The Conj, EPUB eBook

American Hauntings: The True Stories behind Hollywood's Scariest Movies-from The Exorcist to The Conjuring : The True Stories behind Hollywooda€™s Scariest Moviesa€"from The Exorcist to The Conj EPUB

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Neither a debunking book nor one written for the "true believer" in the paranormal, American Hauntings objectively scrutinizes the historic evidence behind such hugely popular films as The Exorcist, The Amityville Horror, An American Haunting, The Conjuring, and The Haunting in Connecticut to ascertain the accuracy of these entertainment depictions of "true life" hauntings. The authors then compare these popular culture accounts against the alleged real-life encounters and impartially weigh the evidence to assess whether each incident actually took place.

Written by highly credentialed, recognized authorities on the paranormal and social psychology, this book contains meticulously documented, science-based information written for a broad audience, from middle and high school students and those taking introductory courses at a university level to general readers. There is no other work that provides as careful and unbiased an evaluation of the most famous hauntings in American history. The book also examines the reliability of popular television shows such as Unsolved Mysteries and Paranormal Witness.

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