In 1970, the Bean family moved into a modest three bedroom ranch style house located in Glen Burnie, Maryland. The community was called, "Harundale." Bill recalled his first memories of the house were frightening ones. "It had a very foreboding and ominous feel from the start," he said.
What the family didn’t know is that a demonic force already occupied their new home. Bill Bean stated, "My family was literally torn apart by an evil force that co-existed among us. The activity began as noises and gradually escalated into violent physical attacks on us by the entities."
In his book Dark Force, Bill Bean painfully describes in terrifying detail the events that tormented his family. As disturbing as some of the content in Dark Force is, there’s a very powerful message of hope and faith that has affected many readers in a positive way.
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Dark Force Reviews
"I read "Dark Force" and found it to be one of the most disturbing and captivating stories I have ever read. Through it all, Bill Bean stands tall as a champion of faith. His story has touched and inspired many. "Dark Force" is a must read book!"
- George Noory, Host of Coast to Coast AM
"Coast to Coast AM deals with many topics. Some are more gripping and captivating than others. I usually am not frightened or bothered by content but I do have to say that "Dark Force" was different. Bill Bean's writing made me feel like I was right there experiencing the horror he and his family went through. As I was pre interviewing and booking Bill for the show, there were several incidents that happened which seemed like some sort of force was messing with our communication. I am not sure what it was and where it came from but I highly recommend "Dark Force" to everyone! "
- Tom Danheiser, Associate Producer, Coast To Coast AM
"Every now and then a book comes along that you just can’t put down. Dark Force is among those books. I have read many true life stories, but not since reading Jay Anson’s Amityville Horror has a story stayed in my mind. Hour after hour and day after day."
- Tim Kelly