100 Strangest Unexplained Mysteries by Matt Lamy

Synopsis: 100 Strangest Unexplained Mysteries is an amazing compendium of the weird and the wonderful. The range of entries is extraordinary, from the bizarre to the horrific, and from the spooky to the just plain confounding.

The book includes some of History’s most astounding tales of the strange and supernatural, and tells in vivid detail the story of both events and the people involved, the impact of particular myths and beliefs, and the latest investigations being undertaken in an attempt to find answers to the world’s most baffling phenomena. From Loch Ness to Bigfoot, spontaneous combustion to Roswell, each entry is supported with a wealth of photographic evidence and fascinating illustrations.

Genre: Non-Fiction
Rating: @@@
Pages: 201
BCID:xxx-5542801
ISBN:1-84193-168-3
Year: 2003
Format:Paperback
Comments: While this book was interesting to read, I found that too little space was devoted to each item. The information given was basic and barely skimmed the surface. I would have liked a more in depth analysis of these topics. A good beginners guide.

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