A lot of words have been written about the strange and unnerving phenomenon (or, perhaps, phenomena would be a better and more accurate word to use) that has popularly become know as Sleep-Paralysis (SP).
Some of those words have been good and some of them have been bad. Others have been wholly skeptical; while many have been firmly pro-SP.
But, what has been lacking until now is a truly in-depth, book-length and definitive study of the mystery written by someone who has actually experienced repeated episodes of sleep-paralysis, first-hand - and in all their terrifying glory, no less.
That situation has now changed (and radically so, too), thanks to Australian author Louis Proud, whose title (just published by Anomalist Books) Dark Intrusions: An Investigation into the Paranormal Nature of Sleep Paralysis Experiences, makes for both remarkable and essential reading.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Dark Intrusions Review
Nick Redfern reviews Louis Proud's Dark Intrusions on his Reviews of the Mysterious Kind blog. An excerpt: