Dr Iain Ropner's Casebook of Strange Events and Unusual Phenomena is the first instalment from the parapsychologist, Dr
This casebook comprises of six "case studies", based on paranormal events throughout the United Kingdom.
The cases detailed within cover such subjects as hauntings, clairvoyance, and precognition.
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How many times have you heard somebody you know say: “I knew you were going to say that” or “I knew that was going to happen” or “I’m sure this has happened before”? How often have you read an unusual story in the paper and wondered if there was more to the event than you’re being told?
These are only two of the questions that have fuelled parapsychologist Dr Iain Ropner’s studies over the past 20 years.
Dr Iain Ropner's Casebook of Strange Events and Unusual Phenomena is the first instalment of six "case studies" – strange events that have occurred that cannot be readily explained away, such as Jackie McLean’s suspicions in Messages from Sileby, or the perplexing phenomena that consumes the lives of a group of young boys in The Devil and the White Horse.
This book also ties-in with "For Nil Consideration", Dave's first novel.
Norman woke with a start. He was drenched in sweat, and as he swung his feet onto the floor, he pulled the cotton bedsheet up with him. Norman paid no attention to the fact that his bed was coming apart, all he cared about and all he could think of was the
dream he’d just had. He sat on the edge of his bed for a few minutes, trying to
catch his breath – images from his dream kept flashing before his eyes, making him shudder and his stomach somersault.
Taking a drink from the glass of water by his bed, Norman felt his racing heart begin to relax. Feeling calmer, he laid his head back down onto his ruffled pillow and tried to remember the
dream, from start to finish. Norman was getting used to having nightmares, it was almost a game now to try and recall what had happened in the dream, yet, this time, there had been something
wrong with it but he couldn’t figure out what.