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Australia's Strangest Mysteries

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Frank Clewer sparked panic when he began leaving flame-trails wherever he walked. The Baffling Burning Man's brush with the impossible occurred in 2005, chronicled by TV crews. University of New South Wales scientists found Frank was generating a carpet-melting 30,000 volts of static electricity. Spontaneous Human Combustion has been inexplicably ocurring for 2000 years.

Published (first published May 12th 2011)
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Helen McKenna
Jan 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
I stumbled across this book on Amazon while searching for another and was intrigued enough by the title and blurb to purchase it. I've always been interested in mysterious happenings, so to have a whole book about it was a treat.

Once I started reading, I couldn't put this book down. Covering such topics as UFO's (I never knew there were so many sightings in Australia!), missing persons, disappearing planes and other unexplained phenomena I was constantly intrigued (and just a little bit freaked
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Some intriguing, some very strange, all interesting.
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JOHN PINKNEY is a bestselling Australian author, screenwriter and journalist.

*His newest ebook is the novel Grave Injustice: An Afterlife Odyssey.

This dark, pacy science fiction thriller draws on John's career-long research into the paranormal - and the strange phenomena that may occur beyond the barriers of death.
Over the years, he has spoken to numerous people who clinically died and were then

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