The Eye of Fire ---The true Story of a Paranormal Investigation that Went horribly Wrong ---by Graham Phillips (signed) and Martin Keatman

By: Phillips, Graham (signed)and Martin Keatman

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-----------paperback, a solid Fair to Good copy only with browning to the paper, cover and spine wear, cover creases, ink inscription on verso of front cover (by Graham Phillips) is taken from The Song of Bilbo by J R R Tolkien and appears to be in the same hand as the author inscription on the verso of the rear cover, sticker removed from verso of front cover, lengthy inscription on the verso of the rear cover from the author --"______/ Thanks for All your TLC, hope you are well. After this come's Fatima's 3rd. We All Think About Life, after Death. But Is There Life Before Death. No One Getting Younger. C.U. On Levals Above / Graham /", inscription with capitalizations and spelling errors is as written,, 204 pages, b&w photos, ---"In March 1982, a seance was held at the headquarters of Parasearch. ---(they) experienced a remarkable vision of a red gemstone, the EYE of FIRE taken from the hilt of King Arthur's sword EXCALIBUR. But at the climax of the seance a dark presence manifested itself ---", any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

Title: The Eye of Fire ---The true Story of a Paranormal Investigation that Went horribly Wrong ---by Graham Phillips (signed) and Martin Keatman

Author Name: Phillips, Graham (signed)and Martin Keatman

Illustrator: Steve Crisp Cover Art

Categories: Occult / New Age / Myth / Legend,

Edition: First Printing

Publisher: London, England, London, UK: Granada, 1986, 1st Paperback Edition, First Printing: 1986

ISBN Number: 0586200444

ISBN Number 13: 9780586200445

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good (see description)

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 152873

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