The Road to Strange: Travel Tales of the Paranormal and Beyond by Rosemary Ellen GuileyThe Road to Strange: Travel Tales of the Paranormal and Beyond by Rosemary Ellen Guiley

The Road to Strange: Travel Tales of the Paranormal and Beyond

byRosemary Ellen Guiley, Michael Brein

Paperback | May 12, 2017

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Travel opens the door to the unknown.

When you pack your bags for travel and adventure, you might get more than you expected – a side trip into a phantom world where mysterious things happen.

This collection of 44 page-turning original, true stories tells of travelers around the world who are suddenly faced with ghosts, paranormal phenomena, unusual synchronicities, time slips, magic, visions, past-life connections, premonitions, mystical experiences, mysterious figures, and more. Each story has an expert, insightful commentary.

Read about:

            A blood-soaked man who wanders the streets of Paris

            An angry dead woman who destroys a house

            Mystical experiences beyond time at sacred sites

            A gas-pumping ghost in the desert

            Death curses and devil snakes

            And much more!

Rosemary Ellen Guiley is one of the leading figures in the paranormal and metaphysical field - author, researcher, investigator, radio show host, and publisher. She has written more than 60 nonfiction books on a wide range of topics, including a series of authoritative single-volume encyclopedias. She is often the "go-to" person for ex...
Title:The Road to Strange: Travel Tales of the Paranormal and BeyondFormat:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.59 inPublished:May 12, 2017Publisher:Visionary Living, Inc.Language:English

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Table of Contents

Preface by Michael Brein

Introduction by Rosemary Ellen Guiley


Ghosts and Hauntings

The Blood-Soaked Man   Astrid Stromberg

Ghost in the Blackness   Vince White

The Holocaust Ghost Chorus   Michael Brein

Alley of the Ghosts   Alicia Mannix

The Ghost Dog   Susan Wick

The Haunted Cemetery   Ken Friedland

The Ghost of Flowerhill Manor   Steve Cosgrove

Terror in Tombstone   Christopher Patrick

Dining Ghosts and Other Strangeness   Kim Williams

The Gettysburg Ghost Kids   Rosemary Ellen Guiley


Encounters with the Dead

Wrath of the Dead   Greg Strickland

The Helpful Old Man   Pam Taylor

Man on Deck   Jess Dropulick

A Blessing in Disguise   Teresa Bright


Psychic Breakthroughs

The Voice in the Storm   Albert Holdman

Crisis at Sea   Dr. Tom Smith

Epiphany at Salkantay   Mary K. Schreiber

The Idyllic Spot   Barth Wernet


Premonitions and Omens

The Butterfly Omen   Margo Bowman

Village of the Dammed   Michael Brein

Bad Day in Barcelona   Michael Brein


Predictions and Fate

The Gypsy Palm Reader   David Rufinus

The Sikh Astrologer   Jesse Sartain

The Fortune Teller   Jeanne Long


Déjà Vu and Past Lives

Unfinished Business in Tikal   Carol Griffin

Déjà Vu in Samoa   Joe Mullins

Reunion with Grandpa Brujo   Angelica Chaparral


Magic and Curses

The Death Curse   Dr. David Irvine

The Macumba Exorcism   Chad Deetken

The Hawaiian Wake-Up Call   Joanne Kaster  

The Devil Snake   Dr. David Irvine


Weird Synchronicities

A Tale of Three Flowers   Albert Holdman

The Irish Gift   Art Hanlon

The Ashland Connection   Michael Brein


Mysteries and Time Slips

Lost in Space and Time   Ken Stilgebouer

The Otherworldly Emerald Isle   Cynthia DeFay

The Robin Hood Wink   Robert Svihus

The Sounds of Stonehenge   Veronica Appolonia

Streetlights that Go Blink in the Night   Michael Brein


Mysterious People, Spirits, and Beings

I Am Not Alone   Joe Mullins

The Cane   Monica Osborne

The Nullarbor Nymph   B.B. Dupre

The Roadside Cowboy   Joe Redmiles

The Instant Download   Richard Dickinson



About the Authors


Editorial Reviews

“A fascinating book with great commentary. Plenty of interesting stories of earthbound spirits and why they inhabit the dark stairwells of the world.” – David Hatcher Childress, author and owner, Adventures Unlimited Press “The Road to Strange, with its variety of exceptional experiences happening to ordinary people (and the accompanying commentary), is a truly interesting book that makes one wonder about our world and our own experiences. You may find it hard to put down – and you’ll be searching your memory for your own extraordinary happenings.” – Loyd Auerbach, parapsychologist, author, and President, Forever Family Foundation