I Scared A Ghost!

19 June 2020 | G. Michael Vasey's Nightmare Corner, Haunted houses, Shadow people, Your Stories, Your True Encounters

Episode 3 of the Magical world of G. Michael Vasey podcast (tune in here or iTunes etc.) released June 20th, features writer Thomas Bauerle. Thomas wrote a book about Japanese ghosts and his experiences with the paranormal in Japan that has sold well called – Kanashibari – True Encounters with the Paranormal in Japan.

He discusses many of his experiences in the podcast including the time he scared a shadow man ghost…

 

Thomas Bauerle has lived an entire lifetime of experiencing the paranormal and he talks about many of those experiences in the podcast. A particular focus of the book is Kanashibari, which is the Japanese equivalent of the Old Hag or sleep paralysis. He says such experiences are very common in Japan. Join us and learn more about the paranormal of Japan… You can catch the show here from tomorrow.

Kanashibari – True Encounters of the Paranormal of Japan.

By Thomas Bauerle

Kanashibari: A ghost that comes to people in their sleep and holds them down so they can’t move. Often, besides being held immobile, the victim of a kanashibari will also hear voices, and be approached by various spiritual entities. 

Discover the seriously scary side of one of the oldest cultures in the world in this brand-new spectral-packed paranormal release from author Thomas Bauerle!

If you are curious about the afterlife, you will find this book intriguing. You’ve read about poltergeists? You know about the Enfield haunting? You know about Amityville? But what do you know about the ghosts of Japan?

Thomas Bauerle provides us with story after terrifying story of true encounters with Japanese ghosts, spirits, poltergeist, and other scary phenomena including his own creepy experiences with the supernatural in his adopted home – Japan.

Some of the events described in this book are so terrifying that they may live with you for several days. But if you are serious about educating yourself about the paranormal – this book has to be on your list.

Let me ask you this. Do you want to experience real chills rolling down your spine? Yes?

Then download your copy of Kanashibari: True Encounters with the Supernatural of Japan right now.

And remember…only the strong survive….

Includes chapters on gaijin and ghosts, kanashibari, Japanese seers, Japanese ghostbusters, family ghost encounters, haunted places in Japan, Kokkurisan, and ghostly footprints….

Excerpts:

“We began to hear the sound of someone moving around upstairs when there was no one there. The sound of walking and furniture being moved.”

“My body, arms, and legs couldn’t move! And I couldn’t breathe! And I had no voice to speak!”

“A Zahiki-Warashi is a ghost that looks like a young child and inhabits your house. If you treat it kindly, it will bring good fortune to you and your household.”

Buy the book here.

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2 thoughts on “I Scared A Ghost!

  1. This is the first time I get disappointed from your new “post”! I couldn’t read much of any stories! All is like the introduction/ advertisement leading to paid subscriptions !

    • Paid subscriptions? Where? I’m sorry but I do this in my free time. I am launching a podcast – it too is FREE. I am trying to promote it. Is there a problem with me occasionally promoting a new activity designed for your future enjoyment? There is nothing paid on this site, the podcast is free… I really do not understand your message and if I sound a little irked well I am. This site is paid for in time and money by ME. Hosting alone is close to $250 a year. The endless hours I put it if they were charged at anything like a reasonable rate – thousands of dollars a year. All free to you. If I chose to occasionally promote a book or a podcast I think I should be able to. And if occasionally, I sell a book it helps defray the not inconsiderable costs of doing this. I note you read my books when I offer them for free. Have you ever purchased one? They too represent hours of my time. Again, I find your criticism rather irksome so apologies for the tone. Thanks for visiting the site and I hope you continue to enjoy it but I will post advertisements for other activities from time to time. Have you listened to the podcast? It is also FREE.

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