Books and other resources that
promote belief in RA
Books promoting belief in SRA:
The following items support belief in the widespread nature of SRA. Many are promoted as
documentaries but appear to be works of fiction. Some are immensely popular.
Some have been investigated by independent researchers; all that were
studied have been shown to be
Rebecca Brown: "He came to set the captives free," Whitaker House,
(1993). This is an immensely popular book promoted as a documentary, but
which is really a work of fiction. It is In the top 7,500 of all
books sold by Amazon.com Read
122 reviews/order this book
Rebecca Brown:"Prepare for war," Whitaker House, (1993). This is another
very popular book. Rated about 20,000 among the millions of all books
sold by Amazon.com Read
35 reviews/order this book
Michelle Smith & Lawrence Pazder, "Michelle Remembers,"
(Reissued 1989), Pocket Books. (This is the novel that some commentators
believe triggered the Satanic
panic; three independent investigations have shown it to be a work of
out of print
Lauren Stratford & Johanna Michaelson, "Satan's Underground:
The extraordinary story of one woman's escape," Pelical Publ.
(Reissued 1991) Review/order
Internet resources promoting belief in SRA:
There are many self-help, conservative Christian, information, and other
organizations that believe in
the widespread nature of Satanic Ritual Abuse. These web sites are gradually
disappearing from the Internet. In mid-2004, we listed ten web sites here; at
the start of 2007, this had shrunk to six.
D.K. Sakheim & S.E. Devine, "Out of Darkness: Exploring Satanism &
Ritual Abuse," Lexington Books, (1992).
This book is out of print, but can often be purchased used. This is a
book which was quite influential during the early 1990's. It was written
when belief in SRA was near its peak. Yet it includes some material that
is skeptical of SRA. A fascinating historical document.