The Most Mysterious Places On Earth

Author: Nick Redfern
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781477706855
Size: 13.82 MB
Format: PDF
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Just what makes a locale one of the world's most mysterious places is a subject open to debate. But if Bigfoot, UFOs, and chain-rattling ghosts all appear in one particular location, time and again, along with a fantastic range of other bizarre phenomena, then this is highly suggestive that the place is truly weird and mysterious in the extreme. Readers will learn startling truths of these amazing, paranormal locations and uncanny hot spots. Included are eerie haunts scattered across the United States, Russia, Canada, and just about everywhere in between, including such infamous locales as Death Valley, the Bermuda Triangle, Loch Ness, and even the New York City subway. Also addressed are the various theories that have been posited to explain why such places have become so infinitely weird in the first place. This is a wild tour of the world and its many rich cultures and folklore that reveals the top twenty-five places on Earth that are...well...incredibly weird and mysterious.

Mysterious Places

Author: Daniel Cohen
ISBN: STANFORD:36105033926994
Size: 16.39 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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"A rational, readable armchair excursion to the world's most fascinating places: Atlantis, Lemuria, Camelot, Stonehenge, and others ..."--Cover.

Unsolved Mysterious Places

Author: Lisa Greathouse
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
ISBN: 1433348284
Size: 10.12 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Shares information on different mysterious places and rumored oddities, including Stonehenge, Atlantis, and Roswell, N.M.

Mysterious Places Mysterious Dreams

Author: Steven Rivellino
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462826237
Size: 12.45 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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In this uniquely-written novel memoir, first-time author Steven Rivellino daringly delves into the lives and the minds of three very distinct men as they sail the world on their various voyages of discovery. The book’s protagonist, also named Steven, is a young, easily-influenced college student, dangerously on the verge of manhood. While onboard the Norwegian liner , he meets Percy, a somewhat flamboyant British gentleman grandly seeking wealth and good fortune; and Archibald,—an author and historical lecturer nearly thirty years his senior—whose lifetime search for acceptance and love inevitably leaves him in circles. Together, they set out on their journey to circumnavigate the globe. Unknowingly, however, they are destined for an epic adventure of great challenge, learning, and naked self-discovery. The events of the world clearly define their roles — and along the way, their unique relationships evolve from initial denial and great distrust, to a close and dynamic bond— never-before expected; forever true.

Mysterious Places Of The World

Author: Ronald Pearsall
Publisher: Todtri Book Pub
ISBN: 1577171578
Size: 13.58 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Over 100 illustrations. The great pyramids, Stonehenge, Delphi, Machu Picchu, and Easter Island are just a few spots that engage our interest and challenge our imaginations. This authoritatively written and brilliantly illustrated book examines the history and culture of each place, and attempts to delve behind the mysteries left by our forebearers. In addition to the sites mentioned above, many others are featured, including the megalithic temples of Malta, the rock city of Petra, Angor Wat in Cambodia, and the ruins of Troy. Both illuminating and mystifying, this volume includes a porfolio of over 100 full-color illustrations that encourages the reader to search further into the secrets of the past.

America S Mysterious Places

Author: Hans Holzer
Publisher: Longmeadow Pr
ISBN: 0681415711
Size: 13.65 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Describes a number of interesting and unusual places in the United States, including the most haunted house in America, the Salem witch house, and the site of Custer's last stand