The Skeptical Scientist

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As a child, Hyde Ingram's parent's raised him as an atheist, but after the death of his best friend who was an amateur ghost hunter, Hyde finds himself facing some contradicting points of view, that is until his dead best friend starts visiting him from the other side. What is Hyde supposed to believe now?
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  • By Melissa Booth
    Dec 18, 2011
    Most people do not realize that the Skeptical scientist has to do with undying friendship. When Hyde loses his best friend Brian Kennedy in a car accident he finds himself being haunted by Brian, but how could this be, Brian is dead? Before his death, Brian had filed an application to the dean of students regarding paranormal research. Hyde considers that this may be the reason for the haunting. Maybe all Brian wanted from Hyde was to make certain that his dream of understanding death would not die along with him. Not many people realize that this book was the start of the entire Strangeways Paranomal series, I changed the paranomal team to Strangeways from Ghost Chasers because it did not strike me as original Andre's War was supposed to be the start of it all.
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Melissa Booth/Queen of Corpses
November 11, 2011
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