Marvels and Mysteries of the Unexplained: An Imagination-defying Exploration of Our World's Strangest Secrets

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Arcturus, 2006 - Curiosities and wonders - 208 pages
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This fascinating book offers a thorough enquiry into the darkest secrets and weirdest occurrences of the paranormal. Many of the phenomena included in this book defy logic, but the author succeeds in helping us to understand them, and sheds light on areas that have been obscured for far too long. Farrington takes a look at what it means to have paranormal powers from accounts of the first psychic detectives through to the girl with x-ray eyes. She also turns her attention to other bizarre occurrences such as Kraken the giant squid and the disappearance of the Mary Celeste.

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About the author (2006)

Karen Farrington is a former journalist who has contributed to numerous publications on military history. She has also written extensively on assassinations, natural disasters, & religion. Ms. Farrington's most recent works include "The Hamlyn Book of Torture & Punishment," "Witness to World War II," & "Shipwrecks.

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