Big secrets: the uncensored truth about all sorts of stuff you are never supposed to know

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Morrow, Oct 1, 1983 - Literary Collections - 228 pages
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A compendium of top-secret information reveals the truth about the Rorschach tests, lie detectors, secret ingredients in Coca-Cola and Kentucky Fried Chicken, mysterious initiation rites, magicians' tricks, and others

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User Review  - ennie - LibraryThing

Various secrets are revealed - like what Roschach blots are supposed to mean, the formula for KFC, hidden song lyrics, and was Walt Disney really frozen? This 1983 book seems a bit dated. Read full review

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User Review  - MrJack - LibraryThing

Big Secrets (1983), Bigger Secrets (1989), and Biggest Secrets (1994) are a trilogy of books written by William Poundstone. The tagline for the series is "the uncensored truth about all sorts of stuff ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE Going to Hell in a Shopping Basket
11
Food and drink We got Ronald McDonald drunk and asked him whats really in those hamburgers 1 Kentucky Fried Chicken
13
Food Horror Stories
22
Copyright

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William Poundstone is the author of BIGGER SECRETS.

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