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Shadows On The Sea
"Many of the sightings and occurrences in this book are very “location specific” and so will be new to most people. This is undoubtedly a good thing. All too often nowadays we see the same old tales being written about over and over again, so it is genuinely refreshing to read so many newly researched incidents, especially since they concern the previously somewhat overlooked field of maritime mysteries.......more.........
The World's Weirdest PLaces
"Paranormal windows are an increasingly common theory used to explain sightings pertaining to supernatural phenomena witnessed in a condensed environment. If you dig deep enough, most places in the world have their own monster myths and legends, this is widely accepted, but thanks to the endlessly intriguing “wizard of weirdness”, you no longer need a $3,000 aeroplane ticket to learn about them – not for the top 25 at least!......more........
Fact Or Fiction? The Paris And M6 Crashes
"These days, truly mysterious events seem to occur less and less frequently. A sad fact I know, but thanks to advances in CCTV, DNA analysis and forensic-science, many happenings that previously had no explanation, can now be understood. That is certainly not to say that odd affairs do not manifest, just that many acts we formerly attributed to the paranormal, can be demystified.
However, when I read this book, I was totally blown away. Written by security operative Colin Hall, it chronicles an investigation into two very strange crashes in England and France, that may or may not have had an out-of-this-world / paranormal element.......more........
Kent Urban Legends
"Urban legends often show startling similarities world-wide. Many towns, cities and county’s claim some form of variation on the “phantom hitch-hiker” tale, or have their own version of the “bloody Mary mirror ritual – well now, thanks to The History Press and Neil Arnold, we can be certain that Kent is no different. With a long history, dating all the way back to the lower Paleolithic (archaeological finds at quarries suggest), it should be of no huge surprise to anyone that Kent has it's fair share of urban legends and spooky folklore.....more........
Mind Controlled Sex SLaves And The CIA
"We know now that in 1931 Dr. Cornelius Rhoads, under the auspices of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Investigations, infected human subjects with cancer cells. He later went on to establish the U.S. Army Biological Warfare facilities in Maryland, Utah, and Panama, and was invited to the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. While there, he began a further series of radiation exposure experiments on American soldiers and civilian hospital patients, all with the express permission of, and acting under the direct guidance of Herbet Hoover's government. But it doesn't stop there......more.......
Passport To The Cosmos
"Born in New York in 1929, Puzzler-prize winning biographer and professor of psychiatry Dr John E. Mack, is credited with contributing more research than any other to the field of alien abductions. He used a unique psychiatric approach in his investigations and that is probably why his work stands apart from the rest. Mack, it seems, realised early on that there is a distinct need to study the mental effects of alleged abductions, not least because, all the answers we seek may be kept inside the human mind.....more......