The Mammoth Book of Unexplained Phenomena: From bizarre biology to inexplicable astronomy

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Constable & Robinson Limited, Jan 17, 2013 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 608 pages
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New mysteries, as well as variations on recurring ones, continue to surface on a weekly basis around the globe, from showers of frogs over Hungary to birds falling to earth in Arkansas. This compendious round-up of unexplained phenomena examines everything from the experiments being done with the Large Hadron Collider to classic maritime mysteries involving inexplicably missing crews, via UFOs, mediums, cryptozoology, panics, paranoia and a universe proving stranger in fact than we'd imagined.

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User Review  - Adrienne Amborski - Goodreads

Encyclopedia of paranormal incidents with a bit a author sarcasm which made it fun. Read full review

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User Review  - Sigríður Guðmundsdóttir - Goodreads

I liked some chapters better than others. Some I read in excitement, others I had to force myself to read. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Roy Bainton, author of A Brief History of 1917: Russia's Revolutionary Year and The Long Patrol among other books, served in the Merchant Navy and has travelled around the world three times. He has written extensively for newspapers and magazines and is a regular contributor to Radio 4.

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