FATE magazine has published thousands of ghost stories, true experiences of ordinary people who have had extraordinary encounters with the hereafter. Compiled and edited by Andrew Honigman, this collection features the best of these chilling, bizarre, and heartwarming tales. These detailed accounts of messages, gifts, blessings, and assistance from the spirit world provide remarkable proof of life after death.
New title and ISBN (formerly My Proof of Survival, 0-7387-0264-1) New cover
ADDITIONAL TITLES BY THIS AUTHOR
True Ghosts Haunting Tales From the Vaults of FATE Magazine
December 21, 2012 has been cited as being "the end of the world as we know it," based on the end of the Mayan long-count calendar. What inspires us to adhere to such annihilistic beliefs? J. Allan Danelek, author of 2012: Extinction or Utopia, explains.
My maternal grandfather enjoyed playing the guitar and the mandolin. As his family grew, he built them a larger home with his own two hands. He was always a self-reliant, independent sort. When he developed heart trouble, he ended his own life in a bout of depression. I was about seven or eight years old at the time of his death. When I reached my mid-twenties, after a hitch in Uncle Sam’s army,...
I had lived in Ohio since 1968 and had not seen my brother during that period. I had almost erased him from my mind. The first six weeks of 1977 brought nothing but vague dreams of him and my home in Alabama. Each morning I had severe headaches and pains in my chest and arms. I tried furiously to come up with even the most vague interpretation of the dreams, but each attempt brought only...
Andrew Honigman, author of True Tales of Ghostly Encounters, shares one of his favorite personal ghost stories and invites readers to submit their own spooky encounters to his monthly feature in Fate magazine, "My Proof of Survival."
It's hard to go to Gettysburg and not run into someone who has had a "strange" experience there. From true believers to outright skeptics, everyone reacts to these experiences with a sense of uncertainty, and the one thing they all have in common is the fact that they can't confirm what happened to them. Maybe a compelling photo was taken. Perhaps... read this article