Why Did It Have To Be Snakes: From Science to the Supernatural, The Many Mysteries of Indiana Jones

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 21, 2008 - Performing Arts - 264 pages
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Could you really use a bullwhip to swing across a chasm? Or rip out a manís heart without killing him? At last, here is the book that finally answers the Indiana JonesĖrelated questions that have troubled you for years. It tells you everything youíve ever wanted to know about the history, culture, and science behind your favorite Indy scenes and settings. Youíll find out the truth about the Thuggees and their deadly practices, ancient death traps, the Well of Souls, Kali worship in India, and much more.
  

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Why Did It Have To Be Snakes? From Science to the Supernatural: The Many Mysteries of Indiana Jones by Lois H. Gresh and Robert Weinberg (John Wiley and Sons Inc. 2008)(791.4375) explores and explains ... Read full review

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Why Did It Have To Be Snakes? From Science to the Supernatural: The Many Mysteries of Indiana Jones by Lois H. Gresh and Robert Weinberg (John Wiley and Sons Inc. 2008)(791.4375) explores and explains ... Read full review

Contents

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade117 Utah 1912 and the Boy Scouts b Grave Robbers Spanish Conquista
3
Young Indiana Jones 183
69
Lawrence of Arabia and the Curse of King
188
A Party in France a Safari in Africa a Romance
236
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark 5
243
Bibliography
249
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom 63
260
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Lois H. Gresh and Robert Weinberg have written numerous books together, including The Science of Superheroes, The Science of Supervillains, The Science of James Bond, and The Science of Stephen King.

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