There’s Something Under the Bed! – New paranormal book by Ursula Bielski
by Edward Shanahan
Every neighborhood has a haunted house. As a parent it is natural to tell a child that “there are no such things as ghosts!” Does that really alleviate their fears? Does it help children understand paranormal experiences? How to accept the good ones and protect themselves from the bad ones?
There’s Something Under the Bed! explores the often-complex relationships between children and the paranormal, and focuses special attention on the sometimes-startling realities behind children’s “imaginations.” Some of the topics covered include:
Occult games (i.e., Ouija boards).
There’s Something Under the Bed! is a guide to understanding children and the paranormal. Children have a need to figure out the world around them, and this world includes the paranormal. They are in transition and therefore don’t always notice the presence of the paranormal as paranormal.
Author Ursula Bielski recounts her own paranormal experiences from her childhood. Children are building their consciousness all the time. Although the best of intentions motivate parents, often the aspects of the paranormal that they share are frightening. Parents need to realize that fostering a consciousness of the paranormal doesn’t have to begin in fear.
“[There’s Something Under the Bed] is a great addition to the discussion of the paranormal and children…. I’d like to thank Ursula Bielski both as a parent and as a paranormal researcher for shedding such credible light on this important paranormal topic” Jeff Belanger, Founder of Ghostvillage.com.
There’s Something Under the Bed (EAN 978-1-60163-134-3, pages: 224, price: $14.99) was published by New Page Books. The book is available at Barnes & Noble, Borders, Amazon.com, and many other booksellers.
For more information about There’s Something Under the Bed and other new releases, visit the website of publisher New Page Books at www.newpagesbooks.com.
About the author:
Ursula Bielski is the founder of Chicago Hauntings, Inc. An historian, author, and parapsychology enthusiast, she has been writing and lecturing about Chicago’s supernatural folklore and the paranormal for nearly 20 years, and is recognized as a leading authority on the Chicago region’s ghost lore and cemetery history. She is the author of six popular and critically acclaimed books on the same subjects, which have sold in excess of 100,000 copies.
Ursula has been featured in numerous television documentaries, including productions by the A&E Network, History Channel, Learning Channel, Travel Channel, and PBS