Ghost Under Foot: The Spirit of Mary Bell A True Story of One Family's Haunting By: Kenneth W. Harmon
Non-fiction: Paranormal, 272 pages
Book Count: 41
I quickly picked up this book from the library with only a few minutes to run in and out, and so with a quick glance at the title, I was thinking that it was about the famous story of the Bell Witch, forgetting that the haunted family was named Bell and not the ghost. But this is the story of a former police officer that becomes fixated on learning more about, and interacting with, the ghost of a young woman that died in the 1880's near his house. He spends most every day since he finds that his house was haunted filming, taking pictures, trying to communicate with and researching the ghost. I felt sorry for his family who all were to varying levels less enthused about having a ghost. Also, according to this book once you die you can become a physic, time traveler, who sneaks into movie theaters. At the end of the book were some questions that he asked the ghost after finding out that they have all these abilities. The ghost of Mary Bell doesn’t believe in the existence of Bigfoot, Nessie, vampires, the Amityville Horror or evolution. But she does believe in aliens, Atlantis, Spontaneous Human Combustion, and God. Also even people that died a century ago think O.J. did it.