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Tea's Weird Week: 2019 Review

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A collection of the "Tea's Weird Week" column from author Tea Krulos which shares his research, adventures, and stories from his personal life. Krulos writes about his favorite topics-- the paranormal, bizarre subcultures, conspiracy theory, folklore, and more. Krulos shares stories from his youth, books he's reading, as well as encounters with Flat Earthers, Krampus, Real ...more
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Published December 20th 2019 by Tea Set Press
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Mitch
Jan 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Krulos strikes again

Yea Krulos is one of the best chroniclers out there of the totally craziness of our world today, and he does not disappoint in this book. He has a wickedly keen eye for high strangeness and a great voice to bring it to light. Well worth your time.
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I'm a journalist and author from Milwaukee, WI. I've written for a wide range of publications and have authored 3 non-fiction books: Heroes in the Night (2013), Monster Hunters (2015), and Apocalypse Any Day Now (2019). I also contributed a chapter to The Supernatural in Society, Culture, and History (2018). I have two books out in 2020: Wisconsin Legends & Lore and American Madness.

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