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Mysteries of the Unexplained: How Ordinary Men and Women Have Experienced the Strange, the Uncanny, and the Incredible
Mysteries of the Unexplained How Ordinary Men and Women Have Experienced the Strange the Uncanny and the Incredible
Author: Carroll C. Calkins (Editor)
ISBN: 9355
Publication Date: 5/1/1993
Pages: 320
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Publisher: Reader's Digest
Book Type: Paperback
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Mysteries of the Unexplained

As guards and fellow inmates watch in amazement, a chained prisoner simply disappears -- and is never seen again.
A logger is kidnapped by the giant humanlike creature known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch
In the middle of a dance floor in England, a woman suddenly bursts into flame
In California, candy falls from the sky; in Russia, it's silver coins; in England, a shower of toads
The Dogon, a primitive African tribe, accurately describe a star invisible to the naked eye
The specific details of a train disaster are foretold two hours before it occurs.

These, and hundreds of other amazing phenomena described in this book, were chosen from thousands of accounts reported in ancient chronicles, scholarly journals, police records, ships' logs, diaries, magazines, newspapers, and the sworn testimony of ordinary men and women. These mysteries are presented in chronological order under the following headings:

Beyond the Walls of Time
Unearthly Fates
Monsters and More
The Unquiet Sky
In the Realm of Miracles
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