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Extraordinary Events and Oddball Occurrences
UFOs. Spooky spectres. Psychic detectives. Are these and other events, occurrences, and people like them real or imagined? In Secrets of the Unexplained, author Gary Blackwood invites us to make up our own minds. This exciting and thorough series brings the world of the paranormal to the fingertips of young readers.
Hardcover, 79 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by Cavendish Square Publishing
(first published October 1999)
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Jan 20, 2008 Matt Mazenauer rated it really liked it
Recommended to Matt by: The library during the filming of Whore.
Less for learning, more for entertainment. This is filled with some of the weirdest unverifiable and unreferenced paranormal stories. However, if you want to hear about the dog who said hello to a fireman in the 1800s or all the sort of stuff that has fallen from the skies that is not rain, this is the book for you.
He grew up in rural Cochranton, Western Pennsylvania. He attended school in a one room schoolhouse. He graduated with a B.A. in English from Grove City College in Pennsylvania. While a college student, Blackwood published his first short story, Cliffs of Gold, in Twelve/ Fifteen magazine. Blackwood's first book was The Lion and the Unicorn, which he published when he was nineteen. Blackwood sets ...moreMore about Gary L. Blackwood...