- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Graymalkin Media (Dec 31 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1631680145
- ISBN-13: 978-1631680144
- Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.9 x 20.3 cm
- Shipping Weight: 272 g
- Average Customer Review: 30 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #157,712 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
In a Dark Place (Ed & Lorraine Warren) Paperback – Dec 31 2014
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This story of the most terrifying case of demonic possession in the United States became the basis for the hit film The Haunting in Connecticut starring Virginia Madsen. Shortly after moving into their new home, the Snedeker family is assaulted by a sinister presence that preys upon them one-by-one. Exhausting all other resources, they turn to world-renowned demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren the paranormal investigators portrayed in the blockbuster films The Conjuring and Annabelle.
But even the Warrens have never encountered a case as frightening as this No one warned the Snedekers that their new house was once an old funeral home. And their battle with an inexplicable and savage phenomena has only just begun. What starts as a simple "poltergeist" soon escalates into a full-scale war between an average American family and the deepest, darkest forces of evil. A war this family can't afford to lose.
Don't miss the blockbuster films based on the Warrens' true experiences, The Conjuring and Annabelle.
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Top Customer Reviews
It really is compelling. I'm sure there are many people who feel they are true afficionados of hauntings so I challenge you to read it and place your opinion on it here.
This is the only book I have read that actually bothered me and I couldn't put it down.
Whether Ray Garton has embellished on the happenings I don't know. I know a film was made, changing the name of the Snedekers but it was apparent it was the same family. The film is totally wishy washy compared to the book though. A lot is left out and in my opinion you don't get the same feeling that you get from the book. I loved it. It still scares me to this day and I have been searching ever since for more stories like this, which is shameful of me because it means someone else will have been through what the Snedekers went through. I have to say it grabs you from the start. Its such compelling reading. I recommend it. I don't usually scare easily when reading, but this one did it.
Words cannot describe (well, obviously they can if they're in the book) the atmosphere that this book presents, the way its pages reach out with their hands and grab you, not releasing its grip until the very last page is read.
Although I'm not really sure if this book was ENTIRELY true I think it was still a very dark, entertaining journey into the realms of the Unknown.
Do read it!