Unexplained Phenomena: A Rough Guide Special

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Rough Guides, 2000 - Reference - 390 pages
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The Rough Guide to Unexplained Phenomena is an exploration of the zone that lies between the known and the unknown, a shadowy territory that's home to lake monsters, combusting people, teleporting frogs and man-eating trees. Taking a Fortean path between dogmatic scientists and credulous believers, the authors trace tales of wonder back to their sources, drawing from a huge archive of observations, opinions and discussions. As the third millennium begins, many things are not yet known or understood about our world -- as this Rough Guide shows, there are still many riddles to solve and wonders to experience.

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John Michell is the author of The New View Over Atlantis and other highly regarded works on megalithic sites. He was a Russian interpreter and Chartered Surveyor.

Both established figures in the field. John Michell''s book - ''View over Atlantis'' was the cult read of the 1970''s. Bob Rickard is editor of the Fortean Times, and the two co-wrote the earlier incarnations of this book, Phenomena and Living Wonders.

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