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Investigative journalist and author of the classic book, 'The Siren Call of Hungry Ghosts,' which was a five-year-long odessey into the occult practice of channeling spirits which led Fisher to the conclusion that the spirits are lower astral entities and seductively clever in luring in the New Age masses. 

On May 9, 2001 Fisher, age 53, jumped to his death off a limestone cliff at Elora Gorge near his hometown of Fergus, Ontario, Canada. In one of his last communications with his editor, Fisher expressed concern that the spirits he exposed as deceitful entities were still after him for writing his final book. 

Fisher was a believer in the concept of reincarnation which is against suicide since by taking one's own life it breaks the life chain- that said, Fisher didn't seem to be one to succumb to such a death, making his demise all the more suspect....
Joe Fisher

Joe Fisher. Joe Fisher, 53, author of The Siren Call of Hungry Ghosts, died on Wednesday, May 9, 2001, by jumping off a limestone cliff at Elora Gorge, near his hometown of Fergus, Ontario, Canada. Fisher noted that the spirits were still after him for having written his final book.

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