It was a horrifying experience for me and my family
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 22, 2009
Small-town, bay-side Maryland in the 1970s was an idyllic spot to raise a family for some, but for the Bean family it became the epicenter of terrifying paranormal events that would define the rest of their lives. In his new book, Dark Force, Bill Bean leads readers through a painful recollection of the decade he spent in the house on Little Road, his family battered and eventually torn apart by unseen and physical manifestations of the supernatural.
"It was a horrifying experience for me and my family," says Bean. "But God has delivered me from the demonic, and he's called me into service to help others. And this story is something that will intrigue and captivate people."
Today Bean is devoted to spreading the message of hope and faith to survivors of paranormal phenomena. In an effort to bring together, support, and assist others suffering from similar events, Bean and fellow paranormal industry partners Dyan Garris, Sierra Sky, and Derik de Leon will host an "Evening of Haunting and Healing" on October 30, 31 and November 1, 2009 at the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, Texas. More information on the event can be found at http://www.hauntingandhealing.com.
ABOUT BILL BEAN
Hailed as the "most famously haunted man in America," Bill Bean is a nationally recognized speaker. Bean's family story was featured on the Discovery Channel series, "A Haunting," and Bean has appeared as a guest on Coast to Coast AM Radio with George Noory, who also contributed a review to Dark Force. Today Bean travels around the U.S. giving presentations on ghosts, the paranormal, and the power of faith to heal and protect.