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Reader's Digest, Mysteries of the Unexplained

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Each section of this book us broken up into separate subjects, and is further broken up into when the incident happened. The stories and accounts in the 300+ pages of this book are well-written, nearly always interesting, and, in some cases, downright creepy! In spite of his colourful, eventful and mysterious biography, it was his surname translation I found most interesting and amusing. Taking a neutral stance, it explores the facts behind spells, seances and tarot cards, fortune tellers, witchcraft and wizardry, unexplained natural phenomena, and more. Created and narrated by Rod Serling, the series also had television incarnations in the 1980s and briefly in 2002-03.

Every case is in a simple paragraph format and has the location of the original material at the end of each case.A term current from the 1980s to describe a piece of modern folkore in the form of a widely known story, often macabre in nature. An ultramarathon runner unwittingly encountered a mysterious figure during a 100-mile race in the Hawaii rainforest. In altered states of consciousness (ASCs), the patterns of conscious experience are different from usual, and the contents of consciousness do not reliably reflect the immediately surrounding world. However, the term is more generally used to include any form of discerning information that is beyond the normal range of sense or perception.

Hardcover: 320 pages Publisher: Reader's Digest (1 Oct 1985) Language: English ISBN-10: 0276380037 ISBN-13: 978-0276380037 Product Dimensions: 27. Illustrations of megalodon based on great white shark proportions might not reflect its actual body shape. Throughout the book are stories that are just plain amazing or coincidental, as well as utterly unexplainable accounts (bodies that never decompose, nuns that are found hovering in the air).I know my reviews don't usually tip toward the educational application of books (I prefer to focus on my aesthetic experience), but this is the kind of book needed badly for readers striving to make gains as readers between grades 3-8. So pull up a chair, turn on your reading light, and prepare to enter the world of unexplained mysteries.

It is full of short stories about the supernatural (ghosts, aliens, unexplained happenings) and 'real life' photos and illustrations. A spokesperson for the Department of Defense has issued a statement regarding the footage that emerged earlier this month.A number of explanations have been put forward for the building of megaliths during the Neolithic period in areas including Denmark, Ireland, northeastern Scotland, England, western France, and Spain. From the end of World War II to the present, the proliferation of conspiracy theories has been a prominent part of American culture, contributing to the polarization of society while undermining confidence in public leaders. This is one of the many books I had read as a kid, learned tidbits from, and hung on even to this day. What happened mid-Atlantic to the passengers and crew of the Mary Celeste, leaving the abandoned ship to sail on by itself?

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