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Occult Investigator: Real Cases From The Files Of X-investigations - Bob Johnson Horror Book Review
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Five stars for the entertaining style of writing and very interesting cases that uncovers unusual hauntings to werewolves in California to possession.
What is lacking in these presented cases is that there doesn’t seem to be permanent solutions and closures to some cases. Take the example of the female dabbler whose spell-casting backfired and she ended up possessed by a sex demon. She came to Bob the investigator already possessed and left the case still possessed! Absolutely no positive change in the afflicted situations! Case still left open and unsolved - unless
“closure” means mere satisfaction of curiosity of whether or not she was actually possessed when all the signs were already there. Bob, find that woman and send her for a Roman Catholic exorcism. Same goes for the case on that haunted computer which channeled the works and spirit of a dead occultist. The story ended in this book with a child being possessed, so what and where are the solutions to this case? Cases left unsolved are problems unsolved.
While Bob is an expert in his own right, a non-religious approach to cases involving demonic entities doesn’t seem to work for long and the affected people and areas are left not much better than their original state. However, Bob and his sexy female ghost-buster associate did successfully resolve other cases of hauntings. This is to be applauded when they can grant relief to the afflicted.
The writing style of this book makes reading easy and entertaining. But, if you’re looking for suggestions on solutions to solve yourself, you may want to try books like “Beware the Night”, “Hostage to the Devil”, “The Demonologist”, “The Dark Sacrament”, “Shadows of the Dark”.