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There is No Death and There are No Dead

by Tom and Lisa Butler

AA-EVP Publishing, 2003, ISBN: 0-9727493-0-6,


The cost of the 292 page book is $18.00.

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When the Butlers assumed leadership of the AA-EVP in 2000, they realized there was a need for a text which they could refer people to as a dependable source of information about EVP and other forms of ITC. This book is the result, and remains today an important introduction to these phenomena.


If you want to know about the history of EVP/ITC, if you would like to read about the experiences people have had with these phenomena and if you would like to learn how to record for the paranormal voices and images, you will want to read this book.



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