Annabelle is the movie that has everyone talking (and trembling!). Peter Sacco, author of Paranormal Niagara knows that while some things can be explained – others cannot. As with the movie, lovers of the macabre will enjoy the terrifying stories in Peter’s book, including stories investigated by Ed and Lorraine Warren – the keepers of Annabelle!
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Paranormal Niagara: The Worst Fear Is That Of The Unexplainable
NYC, NY, October 21, 2014 – Dr. Peter Sacco, host of the TV series ‘Niagara’s Most Haunted,’ offers many true, spine-chilling tales from the grave in his book, Paranormal Niagara: Cases of the Mysterious and the Macabre. These stories focus on a number of bizarre cases that have haunted the Niagara region for decades – including the world famous 1970’s Poltergeist Case in St. Catharines, Ontario.
Ed (now deceased) and Lorraine Warren were paranormal investigators whose work has inspired some of the scariest movies of our time – The Amityville Horror, The Conjuring, A Haunting in Connecticut – and now, Annabelle – perhaps the most frightening of all! Peter applied Ed’s findings and reasoning from Annabelle and The Conjuring to the Poltergeist Case of St. Catharines, asking the question: ‘Was it really a poltergeist or rather a demonic possession?’
Supernatural phenomena aren’t seen only on the big screen – they may be happening in your own hometown, and they’re getting the spotlight in mainstream media. In fact, in the case in St. Catharines, for a complete lunar cycle (28 days), a family and their friends were tormented and police, priests, and other high-ranking officials became part of this case. It became so widely known that Johnny Carson mentioned it years ago on ‘The Tonight Show.’ Investigators studied the area to try and put the rumors to rest – but what they found prompted even more supernatural intrigue!
We don’t have to experience unexplainable events to know that supernatural phenomena exist. If they don’t, why do the Warrens’ have Annabelle locked in a special case built for the doll in their Occult Museum – could it be because it escaped several locks in its first few weeks at their house?
Pure evil does exist. Just ask Pope Francis. The beloved pope seems to be as serious about his Exorcism rituals as he is about eliminating poverty. In fact, he seeks to rekindle the Devil as a possible supernatural explanation for many of the world’s ills today.
Peter Andrew Sacco is a former adjunct psychology professor at Niagara University, Lewiston, NY, in the teacher education program. Creator and instructor of the Criminal Psychology Program at Niagara College, Canada, he is also an instructor at McMaster University in the Addiction Studies Program and Police Foundations Study. He has had over 700 articles published in newspapers, magazines and journals, and is the author of many bestselling books, including What’s Your Anger Type, Penis Envy, and Why Women Want What They Can’t Have. In addition to hosting the new fun TV series, ‘Niagara’s Most Haunted,’ he hosts a weekly radio show, ‘Matters of the Mind,’ and Peter’s documentary film, Haunted Niagara, was seen at film festivals across the nation and in Canada.
For more information, please see: www.petersacco.com.
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Paranormal Niagara: Cases of the Mysterious and the Macabre