Devil in the Delta by Rich Newman
A Ghost Hunter's Most Terrifying Case ... to Date

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A television that shoots fire. Objects flying through the air.  A demonic possession. A ghost hunter’s worst nightmare.

When author Rich Newman first arrives at the battered doublewide trailer deep in the Mississippi Delta, it’s clear that this is no ordinary haunting. Called from Memphis to assist a local ghost hunting team, Newman’s investigation of the Martin house has become his most terrifying and mysterious case to date.

What starts out as a malicious assault quickly spirals into a story of obsession, possession, witchcraft, and murder. When the evidence becomes overwhelming, long-buried memories from Newman’s past come back to haunt him—memories he’d rather forget. Collecting physical evidence, researching the violent history of the property, and interviewing the world’s most famous demonologists, Newman’s investigation of the Martin house plunges him into the darkest depths of the unknown.


About Rich Newman

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Rich Newman (Tennessee) has been investigating the paranormal for over ten years and is the founder of the group Paranormal Inc. He is also a filmmaker whose first feature film, a documentary called Ghosts of War , will be released in 2011. His articles have appeared in Haunted Times and Paranormal Underground . Learn more about his investigations at .
Published May 1, 2013 by Llewellyn Publications. 242 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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