One thought on “The Ghost of 29 Megacycles”

  1. Now, very few books have scared me during my adult life.As a kid, I read The Airmen who Would Not Die, and didn't sleep too well for a week afterward, but I think that's to be expected. But I was well close to 40 when I bought this book, and still lost my sleep. Why?The reason is the sequence of events mr Fuller describes. First, you have a mediumistic tinkerer who tries to capture Electronic Voice Phenomena and tests various methods. His successes with a wave interference device were the first [...]

  2. I am a licensed radio amateur & have had a life long interest in both radio & the paranormal & this book is not poor science or pseudo science, it's science fiction. Google EMC & talk to any radio amateur or professional RF engineer about audio break through or interference. As for 29mhz, it's a well used amateur radio band, of course there are voices on there, plus of course one of the so called investigators was a ventriloquist.We are all surround by thousands of transmitters. [...]

  3. A wonderful, if somewhat spooky account about the science of 'Spiricom' and 'The Electronic Voice Phenomenon'. I read the book to help me with research for my novel that briefly touches on the subject of spirit communication.

  4. Yo le tenía fe a Fuller. Yo quería a Fuller. Este libro es el mayor authorwank ever registered. La verdad parece más " Cómo decido ( y mal) qué libro voy a escribir" EW. Una oportunidad mas Fuller

  5. JOHN G. FULLER WROTE ABOUT THE PARANORMAL, BUT THIS ONE I CAN PROVE. THE GHOST AT 29 MEGA-CYCLES WAS WELL KNOWN TO THE PHYSICIANS THAT INVENTED THE MRI.

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