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- Andrews UK 2012; US$ 2.99
Here's a spooky story: Slenderman has been seen around the world for over 2,000 years. This book - dedicated to the authors who tragically and violently lost their lives shortly after writing it - aims to tell you everything you want to know about Slenderman. What does he look like? What are his powers? What is his purpose? All this and more can... more...
- F+W Media 2011; US$ 12.95 US$ 11.66
"A proven investigator in her own right, Melissa offers the novice those needed insights and suggestions only hands-on experience can give you." --Andrew Laird, Founder, The Rhode Island Paranormal Research Group Ghost-hunting expert Melissa Martin Ellis has seen, felt, and sensed it all. And now, thanks to this guide, you too can part the veil between... more...
- John Hunt Publishing 2008; US$ 5.99
Have you ever looked at the clock and been surprised at how often it says 11.11 or 2.22 or 3.33? The 11:11 Code tells the story of yoga teacher Hilary Carter, who was brave enough to follow the coincidences around numbers to see what would happen. To her amazement the number signs, in particular 11.11, led her to buy an ancient convent in Andalucia,... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2011; US$ 15.99
Did the Maya really predict that the world would end in December of 2012? If not, how and why has 2012 millenarianism gained such popular appeal? In this deeply knowledgeable book, two leading historians of the Maya answer these questions in a succinct, readable, and accessible style. Matthew Restall and Amara Solari introduce, explain, and ultimately... more...
- Atria Books 2016; US$ 26.00 US$ 18.99
This real-life The X-Files and Close Encounters of the Third Kind tells the true story of a computer programmer who tracks paranormal events along a 3,000-mile stretch through the heart of America and is drawn deeper and deeper into a vast conspiracy. Like ?Agent Mulder? of The X-Files, computer programmer and sheriff?s deputy Zukowski is obsessed... more...
- Primento Publishing 2016; US$ 13.99
Une enfance difficile amène-t-elle à voir des fantômes ? Peut-on construire une maison hantée ? Peut-on provoquer une sortie hors du corps en laboratoire ? Et 55 autres questions sur le paranormal. À chacune de ces questions un brin cocasses ou faussement anodines, une réponse scientifique ! Au rythme d?une question/réponse par double page,... more...
- Soft Editions 2001; US$ 8.99
For those with a taste for the mysterious, this book should prove to be a tempting prospect. Scotland has always had a reputation for holding dark secrets through the ages and Ron Halliday's new book delves into the subject with descriptive vigour and a clarity that transports the reader to the very heart of the unexplained. With Unidentified Flying... more...
- The History Press 2014; US$ 7.99
Bristol's history is packed with peculiar customs and curious characters. This book explains why the vicar in one church goes on an annual trek to peer down a manhole; why captains of industry sing an eighteen-verse song in memory of Queen Elizabeth I; and how the Flower of Bristol got its name. You will meet some unusual contraptions, like the bed... more...
- The History Press 2013; US$ 7.99
Spooky, gruesome, weird but true things about one of the world?s greatest cities come alive in The A-Z of Curious London. Discover London?s tiniest house, a 4,000-year-old mouse made from Nile clay, and have a giggle at things people leave on London?s transport (including false teeth, a human skull and a park bench - yes, really.) Why did a dentist... more...