In a profession dominated by logic, law, evidence, and science, are there some things you can't explain? Join a veteran crime scene investigator exploring 26 chilling experiences spanning two decades. His true stories will leave you wondering if it is a criminal, or something else, going bump in the night. Meet a young girl who receives a visit from her mother?he day after her mother is murdered. Find out whether spirits follow those investigating their deaths home?nd then stay. Discover whether it is possible for someone who is not dead to be haunting his own office, and investigate a child? toy telephone acting as a link to the other side. Can you believe in something incredible? This collection of strange and frightening tales is perfect for any campfire experience!
Paul Rimmasch graduated from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, with a Bachelor? Degree in Forensic Science and a minor in Photography. He has worked as a crime scene investigator for Weber-Metro CSI since 1997 and is a three-time recipient of the Weber County Sheriff? Office Medal of Merit. Paul has certifications through The International Association for Investigations in latent fingerprint examination and forensic photography. The author of previous works,The Lost Stones?and?The Lost Mine, Paul has also published articles in?The Journal of Forensic Identification?and?Ancient American?magazine. He is an adjunct professor at Weber State University and is active in the training of police officers and crime scene investigators. Paul is a lifelong devotee of campfire stories.

translation missing: