Oddities a Book of Unexplained Facts 1945
The essays contained in this book were written to collect and digest the facts relating to a number of incidents which have not, at present, been satisfactorily explained, quoting extensively from original sources. Contents: Devil's hoof-marks; Vault at Barbados; Ships seen on the ice; Berbalangs of Cagayan Sulu; Orffyreus' wheel; Crosse's Acari; The Auroras, and other doubtful islands; Mersenne's numbers; Wizard of Mauritius; Planet Vulcan; Nostradamus.
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This publication was a part of my wife's original library and I picked it up on a whim. I found it to be an interesting read and for the most part it held my interest. There were a few stories not quite as fascinationg as others but I believe that it's a book best read a bit at a time. If you are intersted in the strange and unusal and enjoy a book that doesn't insult your intelligence, give it a shot. The stories aren't that long and most of them are really cool.
Note: The Berbalangs of Cagayan Sulu