Book Reviews of Spontaneous Human Combustion

Spontaneous Human Combustion
Spontaneous Human Combustion
Author: Jenny Randles, Peter Hough
ISBN-13: 9781566191739
ISBN-10: 1566191734
Publication Date: 1/1993
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Inc
Book Type: Hardcover
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Does the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion represent a natural energy force unleashed within our modern world? The startling details of the first in-depth research for many years into the baffling mystery are revealed in this book. In the course of assessing the evidence objectively, the authors, experts in the field of paranormal happenings, have uncovered a disturbing pattern of fear, hidden evidence & attempted suppression of scientific mystery.

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Does the phenomenon of spontaneous human combustion represent a natural energy force unleashed within our modern world? The startling details of the first in-depth research for many years into the baffling mystery are revealed in this book. In the course of assessing the evidence objectively, the authors, experts in the field of paranormal happenings, have uncovered a disturbing pattern of fear, hidden evidence & attempted suppression of scientific mystery.
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Well, I've had this on my virtual bookshelf for over a year, most of the time as the only copy, so I would guess there's not a groudswell of interest in the subject by PBS members. I'm bringing it as a White Elephant gift to a Christmas Party tonight, maybe that crowd will truly appreciate this treasure for what it is.