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Afterword by Howard SchwartzA series of eerie events slowly unfolds when a wine cabinet sells at an estate sale in Oregon. It is soon sold and resold on eBays Internet auction, and each new owner becomes desperate to get rid of the box along with the health problems, accidents, or death they claim came with it. Jason Haxton, the curator of a medical museum in a small Missouri town, learns of the mysterious cabinet and is intrigued by it as an artifact to be studied and researched. He places a bid on eBay and soon finds himself the proud owner of the Dibbuk Box. But as he carefully investigates and records everything he can about this unusual item said to be possessed by a Jewish spirit, Haxton discovers far more than he bargained for. In this true account, a dark story comes to lighta story that began at the time of the Holocaust and seems to have come full circle.

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The Dibbuk Box
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October 8th, 2014
I was interested in the story from watching paranormal witness. The book lost me half way. I appreciate the attempt to make the story legitimate and historical however it got a bit repetitive. Pretty unnerving though.. I'll continue avoiding antiques.
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