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phenomenon
used in Rose Red

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Definition
something that exists or happened — especially something of special interest — sometimes someone or something that is extraordinary
  • I never met Dr. Burnstheim, but I consider his writings the most progressive in the field of psychic phenomena.
    1 — November, 2000 (60% in)
  • Joyce Reardon Department of Paranormal Phenomena Beaumont University Seattle, WA Dear Reader: In the summer of 1998, at an estate sale in Everett, Washington, I purchased a locked diary covered in dust, writings I believed to be those of Ellen Rimbauer.
    1 — November, 2000 (12% in)
  • Shortly I will lead a team of experts in psychic phenomena through the doors of Rose Red, the Rimbauer Estate, in an effort to awaken this sleeping giant of psychic power and to solve some of the mysteries my mentor, Max Burnstheim, was unable to solve before he went missing in Rose Red in 1970.
    1 — November, 2000 (48% in)
  • I hope the publication will widen the public's perception and acceptance of psychic phenomena, and firmly anchor a fascinating historical period in the growth and expansion of the Pacific Northwest.
    1 — November, 2000 (65% in)
  • ...the being that lies within the walls, and to open communication with either april, sukeena, ellen or rose red herself. it is this last option that i fear most of all. this diary conFIrms a formidable presence. as always in the study of psychic phenomena, one accepts a certain amount of the unknown, the uncharted. spin a globe, open a door and who knows what may happen? we shall see. life is an adventure. rose red offers the research opportunity of a lifetime. who, in my field, would...
    13 — Rest (86% in)

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