Paranormal Intruder

  • by Caroline Mitchell
  • Narrated by Shiromi Arserio
  • 6 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An innocent family finds itself completely helpless against the sudden onset of paranormal activity in their quiet rural home. A knife embedded in a kitchen cupboard, crockery smashed by invisible hands, and blood-chilling growls emit from thin air. Caroline and her husband Neil search for answers as they try to protect their family from the unseen entity that seems determined to rip them apart. The biggest question looms over them like a dark cloud ... who is going to help us?
There are emergency services for many things, but not of this nature. It might be easier to believe temporary insanity, if not for the vast amount of witnesses. Police, fire services, mediums, priests and investigators all become embroiled in the mystery. The family struggles to cope, and Caroline grows concerned for her husband's failing health as he withdraws from the world. However, the entity has only just begun. Paranormal Intruder is the true story of one family's brave fight against an invisible entity. Described as one of the best-documented cases of paranormal activity, this book will stay with you long after you have finished reading it.

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BEST NON-FICTION PARANORMAL STORY IN A LONG TIME.

I'd heard of this story via paranormal connections and I wasn't disappointed. Having listened right through without a break I was hooked and immediately set about listening once again. A must have for all interested in the paranormal. Cannot wait for Caroline Mitchell's future novels.
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- Mr

a true account proving that demons exist


Having lived in a haunted house myself with similar but not quite the same incidents I found it very interesting. I fully believe that this is a true story, especially the quality of the written statements at the end.

I do find it odd that they did not look into why the activity started. There was a reference of Neill using a Ouija board as a teenager. Maybe something attached itself to him then? Considering the fact that most of the witnesses were police officers, why did they not do something to investigate its origin, or what it was.

They should not have kept talking to it or asking it to do party tricks

On the whole, the book is an interesting and good listen. It certainly makes one think about there being life after death and that there is good and evil in this world possibly on a parallel dimension.
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- Jan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-07-2014
  • Publisher: Caroline Coughlan