Being something of a bibliophile, it instantly held appeal. The penmanship in the journal was fluid, the author flowing seamlessly back and forth between three languages. Someone else had previously read the book, leaving notes as to their understanding. Could it really be the most revered and renowned psychologist J.B.Malack? Certainly his notes add credence and insight into the tales, stories and folklore explored by the author. In addition, valuable profiling of the author can be obtained.
Was J.B.Malack, taken in by a hoax? Or are his notes, part of an even more elaborate hoax? Some tales recanted in the journal seem so far-fetched, yet others seem frighteningly real. The journal is full of magic, mysticism, manipulation and scientific explanation, in what the author call's her quest for oddities.
'Essex 1812' the chapter, is the first passage from the Journal that I'm going to share.
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About the Author
Acklam has always had an active imagination and a love of telling stories. He has written a number of children's books, as well as two adult adventure novels, and is passionate about working to improve with each project that he takes on.