Why Shame on the Moon? The author explains that the moon's gravitational pull on the very core of our being can be likened to a thread that not only pushes and pulls the oceans of mother earth but also the vast depths of the oceans of our minds.
Paul Dean Jackson recounts firsthand paranormal encounters, both troubling and joyous, from facing a poltergeist, to telepathic conversations with spirit totems. He explores the question of life after death while revealing long hidden psychic abilities he calls "the knowing."
By unleashing his past, the author reveals private celebrity encounters that provide a joy ride for baby boomers and a history lesson for millennials. Even die hard sports fans will marvel at his journey from athlete to journalist.
Shame on the Moon's seemingly outlandish suppositions, like the author's contention that he coined the phrase "May the Force be with you" long before Star Wars was even a thought, ripple throughout this compelling memoir like pebbles tossed into still water.
Within these pages, you will discover the meaning of the Force and discern it is indeed with you, the reader...always.