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Prescott Explores the NF of Life After Death

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Although Michael Prescott is best known as the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of 22 suspense novels, he is also known for his blog dealing primarily with paranormal and life after death subjects.  Over the past 20 years he has produced more than 1,600 blog posts with more than 50,000 comments by readers. 

The end result is a departure from his fiction writing with his just-released The Far Horizon: Perspectives on Life Beyond Death, published by White Crow Books.  He begins the book by examining some of the best evidence coming to us from psychical research and parapsychology over the past 138 years, since the organization of the Society for Psychical Research, then asking why, if it is so good, it is not more widely known and accepted. 

http://whitecrowbooks.com/michaeltymn/entry/suspense_novelist_michael_prescott_explores_the_non-fiction_of_life_after_d

 

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zep73
48 minutes ago, rashore said:

why, if it is so good, it is not more widely known and accepted. 

Scientific evidence is always reproducible. Otherwise it's just a bunch of coincidences.

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papageorge1

Glad to see more of this stuff. I think the tide is turning in favor of all this afterlife evidence from new researchers of the last 50 years. The old materialist guard is getting outnumbered one by one. It is a the slow inevitable process of change.

I have reads some interesting blogs from Prescott in the past. I would suspect this will be more of the same.

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joc

Drove by the Stonebriar Mall in Frisco today...all of these big Circus Tents...apparently it's a pretty big deal...

Image result for Paranormal Circus frisco tx

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psyche101
9 hours ago, zep73 said:

Scientific evidence is always reproducible. Otherwise it's just a bunch of coincidences.

Objectivity is of no great concern when a predetermined conclusion has been made. 

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ChrLzs

"The end result is a departure from his fiction writing"

No it isn't.

 

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