I haven't read it yet, but I will, as all of the Mac's non-fiction books I've found fascinating, so far.
Here's a few words straight from the horse's mouth ... or at least from the MacGregor's own blog post about the book -
"If you’re captivated by the spookiness of Halloween, when the veils between worlds are the thinnest, then BUMP IN THE NIGHT offers you the chance to explore the realm of ghosts and spirits and even alien encounters any day of the year.
Do the dead speak to us ?
Do they offer guidance ?
Do our deceased loved ones drop by for visits ?
What about poltergeists ?
Do angels have wings ?
Mediums are touted for their abilities to communicate with the dead, but can anyone make contact ?
Where do aliens fit into the picture, and are they somehow related to the dead ?
What about alien abductions ?
Do they really happen ?
Real life stories of haunted houses, phantom ships, and spirit contact nudge us to ponder the mystery of life after death.
BUMP IN THE NIGHT relates a variety of tales of the paranormal, including ones that have taken place on the sets of famous horror films.
The book even touches on celebrities who have seen ghosts, and former celebrities who are ghosts !
In addition, the book includes a bonus: a dramatic preview of
Aliens Light: The Better Side of Contact."
I think that I'll be treating myself to a hard copy version to keep on my bookshelf for when the lights go out and the only thing in the house that works is a candle.