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The Sallie House Haunting: A True Story

The Sallie House Haunting: A True Story - Debra Lyn Pickman Naturally, when I got to go inside the infamous house, nothing happened. I swear I am the anti-psychic. Ghosts flee from my presence.

I really have no idea how to rate this since I was reading it purely for "insider" information. I enjoyed having an actual Sallie House resident's detailing of events. The only problem was that, after giving us lots of detail based on her journals, towards the end of the book the telling got very rushed and vague. The Pickmans moved out and then more episodes occurred, but we don't really learn much of anything about them. The main focus in the final pages seems to be on the strong love between Debra and her husband and how that is what allowed them to make it through all paranormal difficulties. I don't really understand why the book went from loads of detail to none at all.