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By Lee Strong

Imagine that you’ve inherited a home of spirits. Now think that the home wishes you dead.

For Jon and Carlie Summers, the nightmare starts off after they stream into an inherited domestic in rural Iowa. abandoning their busy lives in Chicago, Jon and Carlie are dragged right into a scary spiral of violent goals, health problems, and possessions. Uncovering an enormous evil hidden for many years in crates of buried journals, Jon and Carlie are pressured to relive the sinister background of the home and its legacy of abuse, denial, and obsession.

Anatomy of a Haunting is a terrifying precise tale approximately one condo and its population who've been driven to the edge of madness and loss of life. via interviews and exhaustive learn into the 150-year-old McPherson condominium, writer Lee powerful delves into the heritage of the haunting and paints a nightmarish photograph of 1 couple’s descent into supernatural insanity.

"Light a white candle earlier than studying this book—and after you've entire. Anatomy of a Haunting is really terrifying."
—Annie Wilder, writer of House of Spirits and Whispers and Trucker Ghost Stories

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This order pleased the demands of the Church, but according to some sources it was a charade. Templar property was administered separately for years. East of France, the Alpine regions that would later become Switzerland provided refuge to the Templar knights. When their trading routes were not by sea, the Templars used the same Alpine passes to reach Italy and Germany that other merchants had used for more than a thousand years. The order had fortified preceptories in various cantons, and the power of the order soon grew.

Others, more often the rank and file, put their skills of construction and engineering to work in the trades. As a military force, the Templars The New World Order 29 spent more time building than fighting. Thus the knights learned the building trades by constructing houses, bridges, and castles. After 1307 they put these skills to work in building many of Europe's finest monuments, including cathedrals. French Templars had little trouble fitting in, as the French language was spoken in the British Isles and was for years to come the language of the court.

The pirates who served aboard the ships of Islam, or even on the ships of the rival order of Saint John, had more in common with the later English navy. The captain of the ship, who was most often appointed as a result of high birth or favor, would get the majority of the spoils; the common seamen were often treated only a little better than the galley slaves who served the fleets of Rome. Life aboard the pirate ship was democratic, but it was still a feudal world on the shores of the civilized world.

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