The Inscription of Evil Times (Ghostorian Case Files, #1)

The Inscription of Evil Times Ghostorian Case Files Mike Ricksecker opens up his Ghostorian Case Files with a case about a mysterious inscription from an ancient stone tablet that possesses paranormal secrets Mysteriously unearthed in America during th

  • Title: The Inscription of Evil Times (Ghostorian Case Files, #1)
  • Author: Mike Ricksecker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mike Ricksecker opens up his Ghostorian Case Files with a case about a mysterious inscription from an ancient stone tablet that possesses paranormal secrets Mysteriously unearthed in America during the mid 1800s, examine the exhibits, read the ghostly legends, and unlock a secret

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    1. Mr. Ricksecker tells us he is a 'ghostorian'. What is that, you may well ask. He says "A Ghostorian is one who researches and investigates a ghost and the place in which it haunts."Ok, fair enough. So this 'case file' is a story, a ghost story of sorts, told through means of some journal entries of a mysterious Dr. Patrick, some journal entries of a bereaved husband writing in 1867, and the case notes of the Ghostorian himself.In digging a grave for the deceased wife, the mourners come across a [...]

    2. A ghostorian is a person who studies the history of a ghost and the place they haunt according to the story. This case is presented in the form of different exhibits collected during this research. It loosely tells the story of a haunting and a mysterious tablet that keeps appearing throughout history.For me, the presentation of the story in this format is both entertaining and confusing. The author leaves it to the reader to stitch these different elements into the story. He even BOLDLY hides a [...]

    3. I read The Inscription of Evil Times after having read Mysteries of the Church of Darkness, which I absolutely loved. Again this book is written as a case file, so it is not a regular ghost or scary story. I loved it. Of course with a case that is over 150 years old with no known survivors of the original families or documents of the incidents it was hard for Mr. Ricksecker to completely investigate and close. Mr. Ricksecker writes in a very technical way, but he still manages to draw you in and [...]

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