Projection by John Shupeck

A small group of college students sign up for a supernatural experimentation. This study of paranormal investigation occurs within the walls of a house allegedly occupied by spirits of the dead. As the observations and experiences begin to take a dark sinister turn, the line between reality and delusion become an otherworldly nightmare for all those involved.

Author John Shupeck administers his eerily writing skills centered around ouija boards, automatic handwriting and electronic voice phenomenas. These well-known techniques of “ghost hunting” take a visual and audio aspects towards communicating with apparitions and demons. From the darkness of a basement to a spectral type seance, Shupeck sets the stage for a spiritually charged “bump in the night” read.

Composed with a “found footage” type vibe, entries into an electronic journal make up each chapter. This unique structure enhances the spooky atmosphere which in turn forms this book into a different kind of reading experience. Presented by D&T Publishing, Projection focuses on actual monsters that live among us as well as in the afterlife.
How far will a person’s mind go to support their beliefs and at what moral cost? No doubt the reader will be pondering a new kind of fear for the dead. If you like an intelligent mind-trip full of celestial tension, Projection by John Shupeck is for you. A highly rated Horror Bookworm Recommendation. Check it out.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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