A Haunted Life By
Now this is right up my alley of non-Fiction Paranormal
Debra Robinson faced haunted houses, terrifying psychic encounters, shattered dreams, and a battle with evil. But nothing prepared her for the death of the two most important people in her life.
Born psychic and raised in a religious family, Debra Robinson felt conflicted all her life about using her gifts. And when, at an early age, she attracts something evil with a Ouija board, she embarks on a lengthy battle with darkness. With her career as a professional musician taking her on the road, she experiences brushes with fame and heartbreak that serve to strengthen her resolve. Struggling to come to terms with her psychic gifts, the tragic deaths of her only child and her beloved father—and their visits from the other side—finally leave her with a sense of understanding and the strength to love herself.
An incredible true story of a love that survives death
Haunted houses, demonic attacks, family tragedy, and rock’n roll—Debra Robinson has experienced it all. Born into a psychic, though religious, family, Debra always felt conflicted about her gifts. To complicate matters, a darkness seems to follow her when she begins her career as a rock musician. Did it come from the Ouija board she played with as a teenager? Or from the poltergeist who haunted her home?
Follow this reluctant psychic through her amazing personal story as she struggles to come to terms with her ability . . . and the darkness that pursues her. It is finally the tragic deaths in her family—and visits from the other side—that lead her to the answers she’s seeking and prove that love, indeed, survives beyond death.
Praise: “This is a fascinating book. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to communicate with the dead, read this memoir. It will blow your mind.”—John Kachuba, author of Ghosthunters
“Debra Robinson is the real deal. [This book] is a venture into a woman’s life that takes you and holds you from the first typed word to the last page turn.”—Sherri Brake, author of The Haunted History of the Ohio State Reformatory
Book Details: Paperback, 288 pages
Jack has spent the past ten years as a vampire, traveling with his fanged friends, but there is something missing. Once a year he comes home to take a nostalgic walk through his childhood home. He visits his grave and looks in on his kid brother, watching him from afar, but this time is different. Billy is older than Jack now, a jaded hunter with a thirst for killing vamps, and he almost catches Jack in the house. Then a werewolf tries to kill a pretty girl in the cemetery. A freak incident restores Jack’s mortality and takes away his fangs.
This is it, the day he’s dreamed about. He can return home, graduate from high school, and reclaim his life… but there’s something Jack doesn’t know. His transformation was not an accident. He has a destiny to fulfill and it doesn’t include any of the things he so desperately wants.
Jack is supposed to kill the head werewolf using a one-time-only magical device, but he kind of likes the guy. And he’s sure the rumors about the head werewolf building an army to destroy the world are just made-up lies. Besides, there’s another werewolf Jack wants to kill. The psychotic werewolf still living in town, pretending to be normal, ripped his parents apart in front of Jack. If it wasn’t for his vampire friends he’d be dead too.
Should he use the magic Silver is trusting him with to save the world or get revenge?