This tale is an inspiring testament to the resilience of the human spirit on a pathway of discovery: an eternal journey for the living and the dead.
Author: Andrea Perron
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Roger and Carolyn Perron purchased the home of their dreams and eventual nightmares in December of 1970. The Arnold Estate, located just beyond the village of Harrisville, Rhode Island seemed the idyllic setting in which to raise a family. The couple unwittingly moved their five young daughters into the ancient and mysterious farmhouse. Secrets were kept and then revealed within a space shared by mortal and immortal alike. Time suddenly became irrelevant; fractured by spirits making their presence known then dispersing into the ether. The house is a portal to the past and a passage to the future. This is a sacred story of spiritual enlightenment, told some thirty years hence. The family is now somewhat less reticent to divulge a closely-guarded experience. Their odyssey is chronicled by the eldest sibling and is an unabridged account of a supernatural excursion. Ed and Lorraine Warren investigated this haunting in a futile attempt to intervene on their behalf. They consider the Perron family saga to be one of the most compelling and significant of a famously ghost-storied career as paranormal researchers. During a seance gone horribly wrong, they unleashed an unholy hostess; the spirit called Bathsheba; a God-forsaken soul. Perceiving herself to be the mistress of the house, she did not appreciate the competition. Carolyn had long been under siege; overt threats issued in the form of fire…a mother's greatest fear. It transformed the woman in unimaginable ways. After nearly a decade the family left a once beloved home behind though it will never leave them, as each remains haunted by a memory. This tale is an inspiring testament to the resilience of the human spirit on a pathway of discovery: an eternal journey for the living and the dead.
"This phenomenal collection of photographs, coupled with the stories which illuminate each image, will enrich any reader's mind with deeply thought-provoking concepts.
Author: Julie Griffin
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
"This phenomenal collection of photographs, coupled with the stories which illuminate each image, will enrich any reader's mind with deeply thought-provoking concepts. What Julie Griffin has captured on film is equally compelling and significant. It will prove to be an outstanding contribution to a supernatural conversation occurring worldwide." Andrea Perron, Author "House of Darkness House of Light" www.houseofdarknesshouselight.com ~ o ~ The spirit world is constantly around us; they don t wait until the middle of the night. I have photographed spirit energy as early as 11:30 in the morning, outdoors on a clear sunny day in May. Learn out about the full body apparitions that were captured indoors by the camera not once, but twice as they moved. My travels have taken me to the Lizzie Borden House, Gettysburg, Rolling Hills Asylum, Eastern State Penitentiary, an amazing haunted B&B in NY State, and many other places. These are the stories behind the photographs and what happened on the investigations. I have experienced objects physically moved by an unknown source, a frightened spirit rush out of a basement and pass through the right side of my body, plus a disembodied male voice who s comment was directed at me. And an unexpected message given by a Medium from a friend s late husband. I was told a list of many items to tell her about, including a broken gravy boat. So enjoy these real ghost encounters from the comfort of your favorite chair. They are ghost stories you can see with your own eyes.
light starts to flicker. Suddenly I hear a loud bang followed by a scream. Almost
like somebody falling over. "Help me! Tom, help me!" I hear from up the stairs. I
run towards the stairs but I trip on the first one. I try to get back up but I can feel ...
Author: Jamie Pugh
Publisher: Jamie Pugh
WICKEDLY SHORT STORIES When two young boys' imagination leads them to an old abandoned house, can they protect themselves from the man they thought didn't exist?
An important element in the different entries of 4QZodiacal Physiognomy is the
mention of the “house of light” and the “house of darkness,” listed together with
certain numbers (4Q186 1 ii 7–8; 1 iii 8–9). What is the meaning of this light and ...
Author: Mladen Popović
Offering new reconstructions and interpretations of physiognomic and astrological texts from Qumran in comparison with Babylonian and Greco-Roman texts, this book gives a fresh view of their sense, function, and status within both the Qumran community and Second Temple Judaism.
She was tempted to raise the shade a little so the first light could fall across the
fabric, but she didn't. Suddenly she saw something she hadn't noticed before.
Holding her breath, she bent to peer at the cloth. There was purple in it. How
Author: Melanie Tem
Publisher: Crossroad Press
He came from a long line of alkies, addicts, and ne'er-do-wells. Sobriety wasn’t enough—he needed a new life. In Out of the House of Darkness, we meet Neil as he works to make up for the decades he lost to severe alcoholism. This isn't a story about getting sober; it's about moving past mere sobriety and consciously creating a fulfilling life out of the shambles.
But those that would rightly understand it shoul first learn the difference between
fire and light. Trismegistus, in his vision of the creation, did first see a pleasing,
gladsome light, but interminatet Afterwards appeared a horrible sad darkness,
Author: Thomas Vaughan
Publisher: Volume Edizioni srl
"Aula Lucis" (The House of Light) by the welsh alchemist T.Vaughan is a text about natural magic and a classic of Hermetic literature.
... light streaking in its midst. Taking deep steadying breaths, she curled up in the
armchair her feet tucked beneath her. Thunder roared above her, she expected a
giant fist to pound through the ceiling at any minute and split the house in half.
Author: Linda Gaine
Amanda comes from a small mining village in North Wales, a place where you never expect momentous things to happen, but when a young girl is found hacked to death in a pond it sends shock waves through the village. Amanda marries Paul Marriott, although he is fifteen years her senior it is a marriage made in heaven. Paul buys a big house on the mountain, a lonely and desolate place that he manages to get at a very cheap price. The former tenants who owned the property disappeared leaving all their possessions behind. There are three more deaths in the village, brutal and horrific, after the police arrest a suspect they have to let him go, there is not enough evidence to charge him. Paul goes out to buy cigarettes one night and suffers a near fatal accident, eventually leading to his sad and sudden death. Amanda is left to cope with her grief. Now,the killer stalks Amanda, so Madeline who has been her friend for so many years stays with her in the big rambling house. After coming home late one night she finds Madeline has been murdered and mutilated in the house, she tries to call for help but the phone is dead, but she does hear the killers distant breathing on the end of the line. The killer is still in the house and he is upstairs somewhere where her daughter is sleeping, she can't leave her child alone in the house while she goes for help so that leaves only one option, she has to fight for their survival. After sustaining terrible injuries she manages to get Bethany and herself into the cellar where she discovers the terrible secret of the dark house.
The oldest daughter, Andrea Perron, has written three books about her family's
experiences living with spirits. The books are titled House of Darkness House of Light, volumes 1–3. HELP ARRIVES Word traveled about the reported hauntings
Author: Aubre Andrus
Publisher: Capstone Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Discover haunting tales of poltergeists, spirits, and witches. With spooky photographs and eerie details, this collection features some of the world's most famous ghost stories. Fact boxes and skeptic's notes give real-world context for frightening tales such as the legend of Bloody Mary and sightings of the weeping woman of Mexico. These truly terrifying stories will chill you to the bone.
In an attempt to remain vigilant, the crew strained their eyes to seek landfall
through the darkness and incessant rain. ... dark, ghostly outline in the distance
was deadly rocks that would destroy the ship, throwing everyone into the icy
Author: Elizabeth James
Love Beyond All Boundaries is a series of poetry reflecting on all aspects of love. The passion and desire. The lust and burning fire. The beginning and the end. I pray that this book attracts all ages because no matter the age, we all look for love and comfort at some time. This book also focuses on love and inspiration. The downfalls and the heart of my life. It tells all the emotions people feel yet are afraid to express. It shall take your imagination into a different level. From this; you can learn to love, abstain from hate and reform your heart. Love Beyond All Boundaries shall not only captivate your mind, but it will take you on a journey beyond that--.unimaginable.
She tried to find a light switch, but there weren't any, and she awakened Bill. She
heard him say, “Adelene, what ... Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness;
nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. A thousand shall fall at thy side, ...
This is a poem about death, about the heart blanching in its fold of shadows
because it knows someday it will be the fish and the wave and no longer itself— it
will be those white wings, flying in and out of the darkness but not knowing it—
Author: Mary Oliver
Publisher: Beacon Press
This collection of poems by Mary Oliver once again invites the reader to step across the threshold of ordinary life into a world of natural and spiritual luminosity. Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? —Mary Oliver, "The Summer Day" (one of the poems in this volume) Winner of a 1991 Christopher Award Winner of the 1991 Boston Globe Lawrence L. Winship Book Award
It was a relief to do something , even though it meant splashing through the darkness . She made for that corner of the house round which Penderel ' s light
had disappeared , but when she had groped her way to the other side of it , there
After he has washed and changed shirts he turns out the light and goes to the
window for a final moment of meditation— the same symbolic window through
which the shining sun had, that morning, created the shadow on the sash that put
Author: Noel Polk
Category: Literary Criticism
In the title essay, his focus is mainly upon the context of Freudian themes, expressly in the works written between 1927 and 1932, the period in which Faulkner wrote and ultimately revised Sanctuary, a novel to which Polk has given concentrated study during his distinguished career. He has connected the literature with the life in a way not achieved in previous criticism. Although other critics, notably John T.
Talk points to cover: m Close your eyes – it is probably not very dark. m Imagine
total darkness – no light anywhere. m Dark ... Talk points to cover: m If you went
into a dark house you would put the light on. m If you were outside in the dark you
Author: Nick Harding
Publisher: Church House Publishing
Category: All Saints' Day
Helps you to transform 31 October into a Christian-themed event for children aged 5-11. This work includes: an explanation of the origins of Halloween and why many Christians choose not to celebrate it, detailed instructions and practical suggestions for planning and running Bright/Light parties, and a CD-ROM of all the supporting resources.
We have all the furniture, flowers, and frames on the wall, but we can see nothing
because it is dark. Hope is like a light that comes inside this dark house so that
we can see again—see the beauty, smell the flowers, and dream again. This is ...
Author: Josiane Assunção
Publisher: WestBow Press
In this book I share a little bit of my childhood and describe things that happened to me. I was sexually abused, rejected, abandoned, and betrayed. I suffered from depression from many long years, and I want to share how God restored and healed my broken heart, giving me hope to live again. I share that healing is a process and emphasize how important is to abide in the Word of God to find healing and rest for our souls. My heart is dedicated to helping victims of sexual abuse overcome their emotional pain and know that there's hope and healing for their broken hearts.
Darkness returned. As Tom turned to go into the house, a light in the attic dimmed
, faded to black, then come back on. Tom stared at the window above him,
troubled. The kids must have left a light on. They'd lied. They did go in the attic.
Author: Laura V. Keegan
Publisher: Luxlane Press, LLC.
Do you believe in ghosts—that these spirits walk among us—almost as if they are still alive? Enter the world of Haunting at Remington House and you will believe this to be true. From the moment you begin reading Haunting at Remington House, author Laura V. Keegan leads you into the dark world of the supernatural—where those who have died still live! Tom Gardner, anguished and guilt-ridden by the death of his young wife, Elise, leaves his life in Jamestown to escape the insanity he barely survived after her death. At Remington House, Tom finds he is tormented not only by his dead wife's spirit, but also by other spirits who have remained in this New England coastal home. The moment he begins his journey to his new home, the nightmare begins. The previous owners, Helen and Gabriel Lindeman, dead for many years, still reside in Remington House. And Tom is not a welcome guest. The Lindemans will horrify you as you realize their frightening powers over the entire household. Elise's ghost will stop at nothing to bring about the demise of her husband and all that is dear to him. Possession of those around her, the ability to appear as a human, her cunning newfound strength and an alliance with Benjamin, a dark and formidable spirit, make her far more dangerous. With lights dimmed, but never turned off, you will read into the night, turning page after page. You never know who is lurking at the end of the next hall. Is that a shadow or . . . a ghost? We will begin when we end. That is the rule of eternity. The end. The beginning. The finalization of life, the birth of the haunt. —so begins the story of Remington House.
We were dwelling in a dark house formerly , and did not know the evil and
despicable things that were in that dark house , The lamp of light , the Word of
God , has been brought , and we behold with dismay and disgust this and that .
But stop ...
Real, heartfelt, unabashed worship of God, be it public or private, is like opening
the curtains in a dark house on a sunny day; light has now come into the house.
Things are brighter, the darkness goes away, and new life comes into the house.
Author: Donna Renay Patrick
Publisher: WestBow Press
This book is about next-level praise and worship for every believer. Starting your day with the praises of God on your heart and in your mouth will transform your perspective, no matter where you are in life or your Christian experience. This book is not only a devotional, but also a teaching tool that will help you see God in a fresh, new way. Jesus does not require great music to worship Him, but He does require that our worship to Him be done "in spirit and in truth." The goal of this book is to encourage not only starting your day with worship, but also learning more about what the true worship of God entails for every believer. This book is intended to encourage all believers to go deeper in their perception of praise and worship, and move beyond the Sunday morning musical experience.
The final light switched off would be the overhead in her bedroom, and this she
would shut off by using the clapping ... Alex found himself crawling the entire
length of the house, in darkness, to the garage door off of the front room of the house, ...
Author: Matthew Gary Milam
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Alex Connellys parents are getting a divorce. To make matters worse, they have refused to let him use their garage this year for the haunted house he has put on since he was very young. Fortunately for Alex, he has been temporarily allowed to live with his adoring maternal grandmother, inadvertently gaining himself a new venue for his spooky hobbyhis Grandma Ruths near-empty garage. When Alexs mom starts acting all kinds of weird, and Grandma Ruth is away from home all the time (because shes managed to pass her drivers license test, after several years without a license) --and he starts to notice strange things going on during the construction of his latest and greatest spook alley--stranger than normal, that ishe considers scrapping the project entirely. Yet...something is driving Alex to finish his haunted houseat all costs! All he knows is that he has to get it finished by opening nightjust before Halloween! Meanwhile, Alex--left with a lot of free time to work alone and undisturbed in his grandmothers garage--is worried about his little sister, Maggie, being alone with his mom--who has begun acting very strangely and is gone from home most of the time. And his heart is breaking for his Dad, who is sad and living across town in a lonely apartment. But unbeknownst to Alex and the rest of the family, Grandma Ruth is trying desperately to find a way to keep her daughter, Allison, from embracing the family roots into witchcrafta tradition Grandma Ruth, herself, has spent a lifetime trying to deny, and from which she has always tried to protect her daughter. Long lost relatives come out of the woodworks. Mythical monsters are being summoned from distant quarters of the earth. Everyone is worried about Alex, too, because of the strange way his mother is acting toward hima well as for the strange way Alex, himself, is acting. But at least new friends offer comfort along the way. Alex just hopes that somehow his haunted house is going to save his family!