|Stevens new book "Crazy" has been called one of the best
paranormal books of 2010. It is a book without
redemption and makes no excuses for the wild ride it takes
it readers on, leaving them asking questions of what they
believe for themselves. The story telling is top notch. The
story "Crazy" is above and beyond anything that you will
ever read and will stay with you hours, even days after you
have finished reading it. Some have said the book deals
with the darker side of humanity as much as or even more
than it deals with the paranormal. Stevens writing came
from a dark place when writing this book which is an
examination of the evil in all of us and what is the
possibility of a hell beyond the grave. The true story of the
truck stop is as sad has it is terrifying. In the end, could it
be what we do to others impacts what happens to us in the
afterlife in an interconnected way? Are we all interwoven
in life and in death? It will stop to make you think the
next time you have a harsh word for someone else.
Nothing is too crazy where "Crazy" is concerned.
Below is the original write up for the book:
You are going to die.
You have been moving closer and closer to the day, hour, minute of
your death from the moment you took your first breath. Death is
universal. It is a journey every single one of us will have to take
someday. Death is the one thing we can be assured in this life to do
alone. Death is solitary.
Modern belief tells us the journey will lead us either to heaven or hell,
depending upon our actions and behavior in life. Are we really to
believe that heaven is somewhere above us in the sky or hell below us
in a fiery pit? Where do our souls go?
Today's Paranormal Research will tell you rarely the EVP's (Electronic
Voice Phenomenon) collected do the voices of the deceased seem happy
with their post mortum state. Often we hear them screaming, "Help
me." Are these the voices of those suffering a hellish afterlife? Is hell
actually a place or is it simply a state of mind?
These questions at first may seem crazy to you. Would they seem so
crazy if you would ask yourself, "What if this were someone I loved
screaming?" Or even better yet, "What if this were me screaming?"
Changes your whole definition of crazy doesn't?
In order to understand a haunting we need to understand how the
haunting happened to begin with. In order to understand a haunting we
need to understand how those haunted became haunted. The only way
to do this sometimes is to fill in the missing pieces.
Sound crazy? You haven't heard anything crazy yet.
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|Did you miss Steven on Fox 2 News talking about Crazy?
Follow the link below for the interview.
CRAZY Fox 2 Morning News Interview With John & Randy
|Steven A. LaChance
|Did you see Truck Stop Terror on SyFy's Fact or Fake?
They were at the "Crazy" Truck Stop and they had some
awesome paranormal experiences. What did they have to
say about the Truck Stop we originally investigated in
2006? They called it haunted. You will have to see the
show to see why. It was right in line with the book. For
those of you who have read "Crazy" it looked like the
Hermit was throwing things that night. Crazy isn't?