Author: Louis Poessel
Publisher: Publish America
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Have you ever seen something move just out of your normal line of sight?
Have you ever thought you saw a shadow of someone but no one was around? Dr.
John Blakely has seen these Shadow People since he was a young boy. His Dad
told him it was his imagination. His Mom told him it was a just a trick of
the light. Those explanations sufficed as a child. However, as a grown man
and successful psychologist, John was challenged to find a better
explanation. John needed to be able to understand and explain the nature and
purpose of such phenomena to himself, his patients, and his neighbours.
Shadow People: Spectators or Participants? is a chilling book. As this book
quickly draws the reader in, he or she suddenly becomes aware of every
shadow and every sound around him or her. This paranoia only urges the
reader to connect to and rationalize along with the main character towards
the truth about Shadow People. This book is entertaining enough to enjoy as
a good story but contains enough reality to get the mind thinking about the
potential of such phenomena.