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Hidden Files: Law Enforcement's True Case Stories of the Unexplained and… (1998)

by Sue Kovach

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I enjoyed parts of this book and there were some parts that weren't so great. My favorite sections were the unexplained stories near the end of the book and the ghost stories at the very beginning. I did not like the UFO and Bigfoot stories, but I am never really interested in reading these types of things. If not for the UFO and Bigfoot tales, I would have given this book an even higher rating. ( )
  ladybug74 | Apr 5, 2009 |
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To my mother, Judy - The apple never falls far from the tree.
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"People believe in ghosts."
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Ghosts, UFOs, and other reports of paranormal phenomena often test the bounds of credibility, but can such reports be easily dismissed when the witness is an officer of the law trained to make calm, detailed observations under the most stressful situations? In Hidden Files Sue Kovach presents some of law enforcement's most intriguing (and often repressed) files from around the United States. For example, while looking for a woman and her son, Deputy Rich Strasser believes he was guided by the spirit of the deceased mother to find the wreckage of her car and her young son still alive inside it. Officer Ron Chancey recounts being chased by a boomerang-shaped flying object in Florida. And Brian Gosselin shares his encounter with a Sasquatch-type creature in Washington county, New York. These strange reports by respected police officers rival anything on television's X-Files, because they're not works of fiction, but events that actually occurred on the streets of America.

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