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Three Books: A Haunting/ a little girl/ NWO
« on: October 23, 2005, 11:24:00 PM »
If you want a good read on a Haunting: ... 55&s=books

 The Haunting of Hill House
by Shirley Jackson

"Hill House, not sane, had stood for eighty years and might stand for eighty more...within, floors were firm, windows sensibly shut, and whatever walked there, walked alone."  My suggestion...don't read this book alone, but read it!

There are numerous cheep second hand copies available and its well worth the price.

Like one reviewer, I first encountered this story in the black & white movie of the 60's. Like the reviewer - I found it very scary.
As is usually the case - the book is even better.

The haunting described, is very typical of what is often described in severely haunted houses, but at no time is there a visible "ghost";  and if Elinore is possessed (as is hinted at) it is not described in any kind of way typical of today's movies on the subject. It is very subtle - and somehow, that much more frightening as a result.


For a very good read on the cruelity of little girls - and how it can color their world for decades after: ... 55&s=books

Cat's Eye (Paperback)
by Margaret Atwood

I tend to agree with the reviewers who say the book looses steam toward the end, as Elaine the adult becomes the focus. Even so, this is one I'll keep and read more than once as the years pass by.

For an excelent little book on the scheming of the powers that be: ... s&v=glance

New World Order: The Ancient Plan of Secret Societies (Paperback)
by William T. Still

Yes, it is written from a Christian perspective - but please folks - don't let that keep you from reading it. The information is most fascinating no matter what your personal beliefs may be. It is more or an overview, than a comprehensive work - but that makes it more readable, IMO. It is well documented - no matter what the critics might say.
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