Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Rosemary Ellen Guiley is a leading expert on the paranormal, and is the author of 41 books, including nine single-volume encyclopedias. Since 1983, she has worked full-time in the paranormal, researching, investigating and writing. She has done extensive field work investigating haunted, mysterious and sacred places, and has had numerous strange and unexplained experiences. When she is not on the paranormal road, she is working on new books and writing for TAPS Paramagazine, FATE magazine, and the Journal of Abduction-Encounter Research. Rosemary lives in New Jersey, and spend much of her time traveling the spooky byways of one of the most haunted states in America, Pennsylvania."
A chronicle of the origins, legends, and habits of the world's vampires, including Southeast Asia's viscera suckers and Eastern Europe's walking dead, explores the evolution of the vampire of folklore into the compelling anti-hero of literture and film.
"This volume describes a multitude of angels and also the evolution of how people have perceived angels throughout history. Detailed entries cover topics such as the importance of angels in major world religions, encounters with angels, and the depiction of angels in art and popular culture, making this second edition a great reference for anyone who would like to know more about angels." The author draws from canonical, apocryphal, mystical, and esoteric texts to describe a wide range of topics, ensuring that this book will be an invaluable and comprehensive resource for years to co