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JASON DOWD -INVESTIGATIONS of the PARANORMAL

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Jason Dowd and John Greenburg have co-authored a new book titled A Haunted Soul. It takes an intimate look at the life of International Exhibiting Photographer, Jason Dowd, starting with his childhood and it portrays his lifelong struggles with the paranormal.These are the inspiration for and his art series Dreams, Nightmares, Fears and Fantasy.His first encounter with the paranormal was in 1986, when he came face to face with the legendary “Green Lady” that haunts the Seventh Day Baptist Cemetery in his birth state of Connecticut. He was forbidden by his teachers for talking about his experience, as it conflicted with his religion. This caused Dowd to second guess his sanity and his religion, but he never gave up on either. What he didn’t realize is that he possessed a special gift: A psychic ability which allows him to see and talk to the other side. Since he was only seven years old at the time of his first paranormal encounter, he didn’t understand what was going on. He didn’t know that only he could see or talk to the entities that followed him. In order to stay safe, therefore, he became a recluse and missed out on a great deal while growing up. Dowd never talked about his paranormal experiences to anyone, not even his family. The book dives deep into other paranormal encounters he’s experienced throughout his life and touches on some of the psychic forewarnings that he chose not to listen to; and which altered his life forever. It also covers one of the most horrific paranormal experiences he ever had… his encounter with a demon.A Haunted Soul also depicts his worst nightmare, which also became a recurring dream.In this session he talks MORE about his recent explorations of the

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