Footprints in the Snow
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Welcome to Russia – the most haunted nation on earth.
The stories that you are about to read have all been thoroughly investigated and documented. These are not the “high profile” cases that you hear about all the time. Most of them are little known outside their immediate area and by the people immediately involved. You will not find “Ivan the Terrible” or “the lost Princess Anastasia” in these pages. Those cases have been treated frequently enough already. What you will find are some documented and verifiable accounts of paranormal activity in this country that have, so far, defied any rational or normal explanation. I trust you will find this to be interesting and informative reading. Hopefully, it will also be entertaining.
Attend a quiet family picnic in the forest where a soldier of the Second World War lies in an unmarked grave and ill-repose—and cries out to a little child to find him.
Stand in awe as a tomb is opened after seventy-six years and the horrible cause of a woman’s nightmares is found.
Watch as a little girl plays at the feet of her aging parents half a century after her death, and smile at the continuing presence of, in spirit, The Countess, a little grey cat who never knew she was a cat.
March stalwartly across the length of Russia in the heart of winter with the ragtag but undefeated soldiers of the “Legion of the Damned” as they try to shepherd their families to safety across the wild Ural Mountains—and have done so every winter for more than 175 years.
These accounts are all true reports of actual happenings. It is up to the reader to decide the cause of these “footprints in the snow.”
ISBN: 978-1934135075 (eBook), 978-1934135068 (Trade Paperback)
Ebook Bundle contains the Following Formats: ePub (Nook), Mobi (Kindle), PDF
Page Count – 260