Marshall Cavendish Corporation, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
UFOs. Spooky spectres. Psychic detectives. Are these and other events, occurrences, and people like them real or imagined? In Secrets of the Unexplained, author Gary Blackwood invites us to make up our own minds. This exciting and thorough series brings the world of the paranormal to the fingertips of young readers.
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