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The Big Book of the Unexplained (Factoid Books) Paperback – April 18, 1997
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And it is all tied together in a humorous way by the character of Charles Fort (The Book of the Damned.)
Best of all there's a bibliography for useful research . . .
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Love, Love, Love these books! Collect them all, full of all sorts of usful and interesting information!Published 18 months ago by Courtney Williams
the format of this book is black and white comic book style . if u are over 20 and wear glasses,might as well trash it, that is where my brand new copy is going. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by Stuart K. Strickland
The book is in amazing great condition and I have read the book from beginning to end 4 times already and some of the stories that are talked about in the book will make you laugh... Read morePublished on November 20, 2010 by Charlotte Tanner
As in other books in this series, the use of different artists causes the quality to vary to extremes. Read morePublished on November 17, 2008 by James D. Crabtree
Have fun with this series, they are wonderful! So much fun, a delight to read. Not quite as good as the Big book of conspiracies, but still great!Published on January 14, 2005 by D. Klevorn
The Big Book of the Unexplained seeks to explore unexplained phenomena in comic book form. Subjects touched on include: aliens, the Loch Ness monster, glass skulls, mummy curses... Read morePublished on November 15, 2004 by Gagewyn
This book is usually advertised as a companion to the Big Book of Conspiracies. Although both are written by Doug Moench, this is not really true. Read morePublished on June 15, 2001 by Blahblahblah