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  • A Walk in the Shadows: A Complete Guide to Shadow People

  • By: Mike Ricksecker
  • Narrated by: Mike Ricksecker
  • Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins
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Summary

Shadow people are some of the most mysterious entities in the known universe, and Mike Ricksecker has experienced many, starting with a tall, dark humanoid figure that appeared in his room as a child. While examining who or what these dark beings may actually be and sharing the ominous experiences of several others, Ricksecker recounts his interactions with shadows, which also include a black mass that formed in a bedroom where a girl had seen an entity with red eyes, a crawler that crept its way around an abandoned desecrated church, and many more.

A Walk in the Shadows addresses these tantalizing questions:

  • What are the different types of shadow people and their characteristics?
  • What's the relationship between shadow people and sleep paralysis?
  • Are shadow entities interdimensional beings or, perhaps, players in a simulated universe?
  • Are shadow people evil, or have they been miscast as the darkest of the dark in the supernatural realm?
  • Are some shadow people actually extraterrestrials?
  • What does a renowned demonologist with nearly 50 years of experience have to say about shadow entities? 

A Walk in the Shadows explores the secrets of the dark while unveiling an enigmatic world feared by many and misunderstood by most.

Music by: Ryo Utasato

©2020 Mike Ricksecker (P)2020 Mike Ricksecker

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  • 06-11-20

Explores lots of theories. An interesting read

It got pretty repetitive at times, but I enjoyed the plethora of theories and personal stories shared. the author doesn't push any views but explores multiple reasons for occurrences.

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  • 03-08-21

Not sure what I wanted from this book but didn’t find it

Shadow beings are fascinating, this book is not. Feels like he tries to dumb down, over explain or apologize for everything he says into a very polite “uh, maybe, we don’t know.” This would have been better as a tweet.