The X-files book of the unexplained

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HarperPrism, Jun 25, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 352 pages
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The X-Files Book of the Unexplained is an in-depth guide to the mysteries of the paranormal and unexplained which are the basis of the fictional television episodes. It covers every aspect of the strange including UFO sightings, landings, alien encounters, government cover ups, psychic crime solving, faith healing, spontaneous combustion, feral humans, freaks of nature, ghosts and hauntings, reincarnation, a parade of thoroughly modern threats and much, much more. Each chapter is sparked off by the phenomena contained in The X-Files and features stills from the show, interviews with The X-Files cast and creative team and astonishing revelations from the world's leading investigators, scientists and officials. The X-Files Book of the Unexplained, an X-Files guide to the unknown, is a book no X-Files fan or inquisitive reader can afford to miss.

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Beyond the Grave
Unnatural Abilities
Biological Oddities

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Jane Goldman teaches at the University of Dundee, Scotland.