A Fascinating Investigation of Paranormal BehaviorBook - 1988
In this unique study, well-known psychic investigator Dennis Bardens presents a persuasive body of evidence revealing and documenting remarkable feats of telepathy, precognition and long-distance perception, as well as other mysterious phenomena of the animal kingdom. Throughout the ages animals of all kinds have displayed amazing powers of psychic intelligence, which have often proved as bizarre and inexplicable as any strictly human paranormal experiences. Among the many fascinating accounts of extraordinary animal behavior included here are the stories of the horse that helped police to locate the body of a murdered boy, the stowaway dog that sailed five thousand miles to find his master and the seagull that sought help for an injured woman. The unusual bonds that can be forged between people and animals in the everyday world are demonstrated in the fact that monkeys have learned to be personal attendants for quadriplegics! Throughout history, too, there have been instances of dolphins saving swimmers from drowning, and scientists today are seriously interested in the evidence that various species of creatures seem to give advance warning of natural disasters such as earthquakes. Even more puzzling are the extraordinary tales of ghostly cats and dogs, phantom horses and other supernatural occurrences that have been observed by credible human witnesses. The author explores a rich range of these instances and also examines the human tendency since ancient times to worship animals as gods.
Publisher: New York : Holt, 1988, c1987
Edition: 1st American ed
Branch Call Number: ANF 599.051
Characteristics: 203 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm