Talk of the Devil: Repressed Memory & the Ritual Abuse Witch-Hunt by Richard GuilliattInteresting book about how society was caught up in a modern day witch hunt in the 1990s. When repressed memories first began to be publicised, more and more folks came forward ... a LOT more ... until even the professional experts began to take a closer look at just how this was happening.
Synopsis from the back cover.
They said I was a bad girl... They must cleanse me and purify me. Grandpa stood over me holding a large knife... I heard him say something about the lamb that was slain...
In the past decade a bizarre phenomenon has swept Australia: hundreds of people have remembered unspeakable, long-forgotten sexual crimes committed against them by their parents and other family members.
Are repressed memories reliable? What is ritual abuse? Does it exist in our society in the form of satanic rites, mind-control programs and widespread brainwashing?
In this absorbing, controversial and disturbing book, Richard Guilliatt examines court records and documents to trace the wildfire spread of repressed memory therapy and ritual abuse accusations in Australia. He looks in detail at how therapists, social workers, police, lawyers and juries have responded to these explosive claims.
Talk of the Devil is a brilliant account of public hysteria and zealotry, of an escalating witch-hunt that has destroyed families and raised deeply troubling questions about our child protection system.
3 Stars = Im glad I read it.
Pros and Cons of Living in Mexico
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Expat Safety in Mexico
At this point, I have been living in Tijuana for about a year. Initially, I decided to move here to save on living expenses. By now, I feel like I have gotten to know the city well enough to write about living in Tijuana as an American. In this article, I talk the best neighborhoods to live, finding an apartment, costs, the visa, safety, money, and much more. This is a long article. Use the links below to help navigate the page.
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