The Dibbuk Box quantity. Then, he says, he might create a replica and bury the original. He speaks on medical history and exhibits artifacts from the museum worldwide. Description Contents Author s Reviews Description A series of eerie events slowly unfolds when a wine cabinet sells at an estate sale in Oregon. Haxton has been aided by Rebecca Edery, an Orthodox Jewish bookkeeper who lives in Brooklyn and whose father studied cabala. At least five authors, one screenwriter and a documentary crew have sought up-close access, says Haxton, a year-old father of two who also lives in Missouri. The incidents surrounding the dibbuk box are intriguing, compelling, and downright frightening! In this true account, a dark story comes to light—a story that began at the time of the Holocaust and seems to have come full circle.
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box sold for $ to a university museum curator named Jason Haxton. All the while, dozens of Web surfers have e-mailed Haxton through.
A museum curator named Jason Haxton bought the box off eBay for $ insaying that the main selling point was the hard-luck yarn.
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But as he carefully investigates and records everything he can about this unusual item said to be possessed by a Jewish spirit, Haxton discovers far more than he bargained for.
Repeated attempts to reach Nietzke have been unsuccessful. Special to The Times. As he learned to milk with the help of the cow, he also learned the art of living from the unforgiving reality of the Dust Bowl years tempered by the steadfast resilience of his Volga German community.
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Around the house, Haxton says he occasionally smells the signature odors of cat urine and flowers. Authors Jason Haxton is the museum director at A. But as he carefully investigates and records everything he can about this unusual item said to be possessed by a Jewish spirit, Haxton discovers far more than he bargained for.
A half-hour after the box arrived, the creepiness, as he describes it, began: While Mannis ran a few errands, a mysterious force apparently went berserk in his shop, cursing and smashing light bulbs and scaring a store clerk.
Dibbuk Box: : Jason Haxton: Books. Jason Haxton, the curator of a medical museum in a small Missouri town, learns of the mysterious cabinet and. Jason Haxton has a very regular life working as a curator for a medical museum in Kirksville.
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Haxton has been aided by Rebecca Edery, an Orthodox Jewish bookkeeper who lives in Brooklyn and whose father studied cabala. In Long Island, a group of particularly dedicated ghost hunters has founded a Yahoo chat group dedicated solely to the box. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options. A jinx in a box? A series of eerie events slowly unfolds when a wine cabinet sells at an estate sale in Oregon. Later, he says, when he gave the box to his mother as a gift, she suffered a stroke that temporarily left her unable to speak.