Raised in an atmosphere of fear, abuse and confusion by a parent who went to church on Sundays and dabbled in the occult during the week, F. M. Johnson was a self proclaimed atheist by the age of fourteen. To Johnson, God did not exist and if He did, He could not be trusted.
Years later, Johnson, a single parent seeking a better life, decided to give God a try and ended up in a battle with the forces of evil so terrifying it was like being trapped in a horror show, but this was not Amityville or a Poltergeist movie. It was Johnson’s house; Johnson’s life. This was REAL. "I couldn’t turn the channel, close a book or call an exorcist. All I could do was go through.”
Tales of the Supernatural chronicles the author’s journey and transformation, from damnation and darkness into what can only be called 'the Marvelous Light.'
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