Bizarrism

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Critical Vision, 1999 - Religion - 157 pages
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"I am going because I would have no peace if I stayed." So said Donald Crowhurst as he set sail on what should have been a single-handed, non-stop, round-the-world boat voyage. In the middle of the Sargasso Sea, however, his boat falling to pieces, he had a brain-frying idea

When Chris Mikul first heard this curious tale, it inspired him to begin collating information and writing about other strange lives, eccentrics, and "beacons of shining if erratic brilliance in a world of sensible conformity." "Bizarrism "is the result.

 

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I actual bought this book back then and loved it- particularly the australians. Being a nut took some effort in old days- not like these easy street you tube nutcases.

Contents

Introduction
vii
Rosaleen Norton
21
William Chidley
37
Drugs Virus Germs
54
The Sick World of Sigmund Freud
71
Fomenko
86
Bower
102
Fishman
116
GattonMan
134
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About the author (1999)

Chris Mikul is a Sydney-based writer and publisher of the long-running zine Bizarrism, which is devoted to all manner of real-life strangeness.

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