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Discussing the Supernatural 

Graham Hancock, international bestselling author of The Sign and The Seal and Fingerprints of the Gods, recently released his first novel. Entangled: The Eater of Souls is the story of two young women living at opposite ends of history. They are brought together by supernatural forces to battle a time-traveling demon seeking to destroy the world.

Hancock's books have sold more than five million copies worldwide and have been translated into 27 languages. He is recognized for raising complex questions about humanity's history and prehistory. He has spent decades researching and writing successful nonfiction investigations about ancient civilizations and historical mysteries.

Hancock will discuss Entangled at BEAHIVE in Kingston on Saturday, October 23 from 7pm–10pm. Woodstock resident Glenn Kreisberg will also talk about his book Lost Knowledge of the Ancients: A Graham Hancock Reader, which offers a selection of researched articles and essays covering subjects related to alternative science and history. Admission is $10. (845) 334-8600 x 107.

Read Graham Hancock's article The War on Consciousness.

Listen to Graham Hancock read the first few chapters of "Entangled" on YouTube.

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