Paul F. Eno,
Footsteps in the Attic:
More First-Hand Accounts of the Paranormal in New England

(New River, 2002)

I ripped through this book in a couple of sittings, and I literally could not put it down. Paul Eno offers up some fascinating and, what I would call, groundbreaking theories about what exactly ghosts are, and where a lot of those strange little occurrences we have come from. His quantum mechanics approach may set any preconceived notion you have about why we see ghosts on its ear. Be prepared to consider a completely new perspective. The theories are not "dumbed-down" for those of us who have not made a study of quantum physics. They are explained in clear, thoughtful and concise terms that any lay-person can understand.

The theories he poses go a long way in explaining the extreme and persistent deja vu I have experienced all my life. The chapter on parasites gave me much insight into what that shadowy little wisp I had in my benign little middle-class house was, why it gained strength over the course of almost two years, and then turned not-so-nice after all. A trusted psychic told me at the time that the thing I had was not human, and that I had picked it up through tarot cards, both of which Eno verifies with his explanations.

This is paranormal investigation at its finest. Paul Eno has set himself apart as a top-notch investigator of the paranormal. He and his team investigate, with methodical precision, each of these ghosts, poltergeists/parasites and "tortured souls" with intellect and compassion. After reading this book, I will NEVER touch a Ouija board again. Much information is here for the taking -- highly recommended for anyone seeking an alternative explanation which is not afraid to deviate from the norm.

book review by
Lee Lukaszewicz

27 November 2010

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