The Satan Hunter Hardcover – January 1, 1988
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Ps. This book informs that Satanic murders are hidden from the public, digging deeper in other books they tell you "the Elite" are doing this. So I've come to the conclusion: your children get kidnapped by the Elite, for ritual, the Police know and are told by their high ups not to tell the public! what a wonderful world!
The author claims to be an expert and has dealt with occult crime regularily. But never reveals the details of any of these cases. Is he not allowed to by the police department or is he exaggerating his claims? Who knows, but his personal experiences arent detailed in the book.
There are some correspondences with Scott Sellers who was a satanist and who did kill his parents in the book. However the author wasnt involved in the case and the publisher seems to have crammed the most interesting part of the book in the front to try and sell books because its all downhill from there.
The hysteria of the 1980's come through in this book with an entire section devoted to D&D. I suppose D&D could lead people to the occult in the same way Tolkien could lead people to the occult or in the way a blank sheet of artists paper could be the gateway to drawing occult symbols.
With kids today mindlessly staring at TVs and playing ADD inducing videogames, the idea of children sitting down in an orderly fashion playing a rules based game of the imagination seems not just quaint but would make most parents today ecstatic.
And so it is the religious nuts and the moral police have moved on from attacking D&D to now making video games their pariah.
All in all this book was a big nothing, it hints at a vast satanic conspiracy rampant leaving clues everywhere. But as far as facts all it can produce is a demented teenager who integrated satanism into his revenge fantasies against his parents.
I have no doubt ritual crime exists, but if you're going to claim to be the 'Satan Hunter' you better produce the goods. This book doesnt.