Book Review: Dark Spirits: A Man Terrorized by the Supernatural by Stephen Lancaster

Lacks emotive qualities. (3 stars)

While I am most definitely a skeptic, I have always enjoyed tales of supernatural encounters. Lancaster has clearly spent much of his life in pursuit of answers to his own experiences with the paranormal. Unfortunately, I found most of Dark Spirits tediously slow and oft times quite repetitive. I'd dare even go so far as to note it as highly predictable. 

If you're interested in the group dynamics of ghost hunting groups and less in having your spine tingled this might be just your cup of tea. Those wanting a read that will leave them afraid to turn off the lights this just isn't it.

Notes: Review copy received via NetGalley.

Dark Spirits: A Man Terrorized by the Supernaturalby Stephen Lancaster

Supernatural, Paranormal, Ghosts
Ebook/Print (216 pages, LLEWELLYN)
Driven to the brink of insanity by some of the darkest encounters with the supernatural you can possibly imagine, paranormal investigator Stephen Lancaster has made the afterlife his life. Dark Spirits chronicles his most terrifying investigations over the last fifteen years, highlighting how those cases have affected him and the ghost-hunting field as a whole.
Explore the mysterious hotel room that drives occupants mad. Discover the abandoned plantation that made heavily armed investigators fight for their lives. Learn about the dark entity that followed Stephen home and made his life a living hell. These frightening stories and much more await you in Dark Spirits, a compilation of haunting cases no one can explain or forget.

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