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Review #1

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I’ve been deeply immersed in the realm of the paranormal for over two decades. During this time, I’ve delved into countless books encompassing everything from hauntings and poltergeists to inhuman and human spirits, possessions, oppression, attachments, and more. Within this field, the Warrens have always been prominent figures, alongside perhaps only a handful of others who’ve made significant contributions and changes in the lives of many through their work.

What sets this book apart is the unparalleled level of detail it offers regarding the Warrens’ genuine work. Ed Warren, a remarkable individual, fearlessly and selflessly assisted and rescued numerous families and individuals, often without regard for his own safety or sanity. If you’re seeking a “scary” read, my friend, be prepared for more than you bargained for! Sometimes, as they say, “ignorance is bliss,” but just because you may not “know” about the paranormal or choose not to believe in it, that doesn’t grant you immunity from it. These forces, whether malevolent or not, don’t discriminate. Some individuals must see or experience these phenomena firsthand to “believe” in their existence, but when they do, most wish they never had.

This book isn’t a light read for a quick scare; it’s a raw account of actual events that unfolded. While many may be non-believers, that doesn’t diminish the authenticity or the terror of these experiences. Normal, everyday people who never contemplated the existence of ghosts, demons, or dabbled in occult practices have seen their worlds shattered by forces that remain largely unexplained.

If you crave insight into real situations, genuine possessions, and hauntings beyond the dramatized versions portrayed on television or in half-truth shows, then this book is your answer. The Warrens stand as two of the most knowledgeable figures in this field, and Ed Warren’s passing marked not only the loss of a great man, husband, father, and uncle but also the loss of a true warrior against all forms of evil, whether human or demonic.

Lorraine, even in her later years, continues to offer assistance whenever needed to those afflicted by these forces. The cases recounted in this book will astonish and terrify you, not in the manner of a horror movie but as a stark wake-up call that these forces are real and they exist. Although it can be chilling, it serves as a tool to comprehend these phenomena better. The more you know and understand, the better equipped you are to recognize and handle them, even though reading this book won’t “protect” you. Should the unfortunate occasion ever arise where you, a friend, a loved one, a home, a business, etc., find yourselves under attack or experiencing paranormal activity, you’ll be better prepared to notice, understand, and seek proper help sooner rather than later.

This book is an eye-opener, delving into situations few have heard of, let alone experienced. It reveals that these occurrences are far more common than we might have imagined. Most individuals who undergo such horrific experiences rarely share them with their neighbors, co-workers, or even friends for fear of judgment and ridicule. Through this book, we gain a glimpse into these nightmarish encounters, possessions, and haunting experiences, all from the comfort and safety of our own homes.

It’s an exceptional book, entirely grounded in truth, requiring no embellishment. So, put down the fictional horror novels and read this; I guarantee it will send shivers down your spine and make you reconsider turning off the lights at night. And perhaps the most unsettling (or exhilarating) aspect is that it’s all true. This is a must-have book for anyone in the paranormal field or for anyone curious about these phenomena and seeking the unvarnished truth.

P.S. Another notable figure, John Zaffis (known from the TV series “Haunted Collector”), is the nephew of the late Ed Warren and has learned extensively from his uncle. He, too, has authored an outstanding book that I’ve read and cherished. In this field, he stands as one of the few remarkable individuals we have today.

Review #2

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I’ve made it past the halfway point, and I’m enjoying the book. Fortunately, I haven’t reached the end yet because I’ve been busy with work. However, I anticipate having the time to finish it tomorrow.

Review #3

Audiobook The Demonologist by Cris Dukehart

Che siate credenti nel paranormale o meno, che abbiate o non abbiate una fede religiosa, questo è senza dubbio un libro ben scritto, in cui tutto è narrato con chiarezza e semplicità. I Warren, pur essendo cattolici, hanno collaborato con ministri di diverse religioni e hanno offerto aiuto a chiunque ne avesse bisogno, indipendentemente dalle loro convinzioni religiose (o dalla mancanza di esse). Inoltre, non c’è alcun eccessivo legame con la religione, né si cerca di convincere in alcun modo a abbracciare una fede. Pertanto, non è necessario credere in Dio per leggere e apprezzare questo libro. Indubbiamente, che crediate o meno, qualche brivido qua e là vi accompagnerà durante la lettura.

Review #4

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This book provides valuable insights into various aspects of our mysterious and haunted world, shedding light on distinctions between ghosts and the demonic, as well as their methods of operation. “There are two types of spirits encountered in genuine haunting situations: one is human, and the other is inhuman. An inhuman spirit has never taken human form and is considered to possess a negative, diabolical intelligence perpetually at odds with both humanity and divinity” (p2).

The book excels in explaining the reasons behind ghostly attractions and demonic obsessions and provides guidance on how to avoid them. Numerous case studies are cited to illustrate these concepts.

Throughout the book, you’ll find a wealth of supernatural knowledge, such as: “On stormy nights charged with electrical energy from lightning, a ghost can harness atmospheric energy to manifest itself” (p21); Spirits often emit odors to signal their presence or draw energy from a room, leaving it chillingly cold (p61).

Definitions are thoughtfully provided at relevant junctures to aid readers’ understanding, including terms like clairvoyance (the ability to see beyond physical time and place), psychokinesis (the power of the mind over matter), and parapsychologist (one who studies unusual phenomena from a scientific perspective).

The book presents numerous case studies related to infestations, obsessions, and possessions caused by the use of the Ouija board, a device often considered harmless but is, in reality, a “portal to the supernatural that often leads to misfortune, terror, and ruin” (p102).

Ed Warren and his wife and partner, Lorraine, were intimately involved in the infamous Amityville case, which inspired the 1979 supernatural horror film “The Amityville Horror” (discussed in Chapter 1 and throughout the book). This case also served as the basis for Jay Anson’s 1977 novel of the same name.

Ed Warren’s examination of the official records of “The Exorcist” case, which took place in 1949 and involved possession triggered by the Ouija board, is another significant contribution discussed in the book. This case was later popularized by the supernatural horror film “The Exorcist,” released in 1979 and adapted from William Peter Blatty’s 1971 novel.

Most importantly, the book offers in-depth explanations of the causes of possession and strategies to prevent it. Once possessed, an individual becomes a vessel for the malevolent entity, driven to commit disturbing and shocking acts, often including murder, for which they may be held legally accountable. Escape becomes nearly impossible, and only the intervention of a skilled exorcist offers hope of liberation from the torment within one’s own body.

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