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American Chris Blake finds himself engulfed in solving a 300 year old English mystery and becomes inadvertently personally involved in the mystery itself when he is lead to a time passage method which sends him back to be the catalyst. When the tale voyages through the ages, also does Chris confronting it at every turn. As the layers of clues are pealed back so are the folds of space and time. His destiny takes him into intrigue, deception and murder.
Dr. Paul is a mental health therapist who specializes with patients who claim to have had extreme paranormal experiences. Some of his patients have allowed Dr. Paul to edit and publish their experiences. The series may be read in any order.
himself in the face to wake himself up. "Go ahead,” he said. “I'm here." I started out by saying I had figured out what had happened to William three hundred years before. I told him of the book I had found upstairs. I thought it best at the time to leave out the parts about Maggie's help. I told him about what had happened the previous night. When I finished, he didn’t say anything. I prompted, "What do you think?" Handy said, slowly and seriously, "You didn't wake me up to play a joke on
unknown, though this of course was supplemental to my pursuit of a degree in psychology. Before you make the incorrect assumption that I am a metaphysical junkie who believes in every U.F.O. sighting I hear, let me hasten to assure you that my interest is scientific. I demand facts and evidence. If, and only if, the verifiable facts cannot be explained by processes that science already understands will I entertain the notion that the paranormal explanation may be possible. After I received
and me. I thought she was playing hard to get, but Cindy said Hanna is playing impossible to get. What do you think?" "I think Cindy is probably closer to the truth. Hanna just uses friendly talk to get attention. We are in a much smaller town than we are used to. Customs and attitudes are a world apart here, just like we must have seemed odder to William than he did to us. Hanna has probably been acting that way all her life and no one thought much of it until now. I think it's much too late
member on a double date. Putting that together with the words he shouted at me when he was attempting to kill me, I told him that I had not, was not, and would not date or sleep with Hanna. He apologized for having made a wrong assumption and changed the subject. I know Handy well enough to realize that he probably didn't believe what I said. At least we were talking, and I was sure that mutual trust would come in time. We sat for about an hour chatting about the good times when we were younger.
big as I talked. He seemed insulted but calmed down immediately or else hid his emotions. "So Chris, if I understand you, you think we should crawl into the town that my grandfather built and beg for coins? I... don't... think... so." Composing himself by an effort of will, he continued. "Why don't you go on an excursion with some of my men today and think about it." We shook hands and he went off to supervise some of his men. William asked Handy to stay with him, which was both unfortunate