The Best, Worst and Most Unusual: Noteworthy Achievements, Events, Feats and Blunders of Every Conceivable Kind

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Galahad Books, Apr 1, 1994 - Curiosities and wonders - 576 pages
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In this, the biggest volume of bizarre knowledge ever, seekers of unique trivia will find the answers to many fascinating questions. It includes every possible field, from astronomy to taxidermy, sculpture to sociology. The authors have scoured hundreds of public records, news reports, critical opinions, and statistics to cull the absurd, the great, and the not-so-wonderful from all walks of life. The findings are often humorous, occasionally appalling, sometimes downright strange—but always compelling.

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About the author (1994)

Award-winning writer and editor Bruce Felton has written for numerous magazines, contributed to "The People's Almanac" and "The Book of Lists, "served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Borneo, and placed 24,926th in the 1992 NYC Marathon. He is the author of four books, including "Famous Americans You Never Knew Existed" and "One of a Kind: A Compendium of Unique People, Places, and Things. "Always on the lookout for the absurd, Felton resides in his hometown of New York City.

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