James McKenna
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Subliminal psychotic induction via your computor screen
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Started this discussion. Last reply by D. C. Hawkins Nov 4, 2008.

 

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Hometown:
Coimbra
About Me:
As a child, James McKenna travelled extensively throughout Europe and the Far East with his military parents. He joined the UK army at 15 and attended the Royal School of Military Engineering. After passing selection he served with the Paras in Europe and the Gulf. He has since run his own security companies providing electronic and physical protection before expanding into construction and development. He is now a full-time writer living between the UK and Portugal.

The next time you switch on your computer, will the unseen be waiting to enter your mind - or are they already there?
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Writer
Website:
http://www.myspace.com/james_mckenna777
Books And Authors I Like:
Thomas Harris for Hannibal Lecter. Robert Harris for Enigma and Archangel, Sebastian Faulks for Birdsong
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Michael Caine in Get Carter. The Road to Perdition. Bogart and Bergman in Casablanca.

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At 9:50am on November 4, 2008, Darlene said…
Dear Mr. McKenna:
I am very interested in the subliminal messages that are forced upon us from "unseen" forces. I have several story ideas, and was wondering if you could suggest a starting point for me in my endevor for my research. I love research, but I am not real sure what P.O.V. I should write from. I want to have a innocent person being taken advantage of, but because he/she is at the time emotionally unstable, is unaware of what has taken over his/her life.
Thanks for the time.
Darlene
dewitte_bassett@yahoo.com
At 4:36am on October 21, 2008, J. Mark Bertrand said…
Thanks, James. I appreciate the feedback.
 
 
 

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