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|Download Kindle Ú The Unexplained : A Sourcebook of Strange Phenomena È Documented mysterious riddles of the universe science cannot solve A searching look at hundreds of baffling facts that defy explanation Vulcan, the planet that vanishedLunar Light flashesThe Mexican MessiahAncient waterworks in FloridaAn Alpine specter that lures climbers to their deaths What s interesting about looking back at these paranormal books is the wide range of author types Sure, you ve got your charlatans and hucksters, your true believers and your reductionist skeptics But you also get guys like William R Corliss, a physicist, who pretty much focused his interests on the anomalous instead of the paranormal by which I mean he was interested in cataloging strange natural phenomena which were unexplained but not impossible by current science.So, that s one as What s interesting about looking back at these paranormal books is the wide range of author types Sure, you ve got your charlatans and hucksters, your true believers and your reductionist skeptics But you also get guys like William R Corliss, a physicist, who pretty much focused his interests on the anomalous instead of the paranormal by which I mean he was interested in cataloging strange natural phenomena which were unexplained but not impossible by current science.So, that s one aspect of what you get here lots of strange lights, sky phenomena, optical illusions, mirages Also, perennial oddities like frogs fish raining from the sky, strange megalithic structures in the U.S and various geological anomalies The other cool thing is that Corliss, having ascientific bent, tends to source his reports from science and nature journals of the time, and gives you the actual original reports and articles So reading about excavating frozen mammoths or strange ball lightning reports takes on aimmediate, andclinical, approach than some Frank Edwards compendium of nonsense.I just cherry picked a few of my favorites to look at again The lost planet of Vulcan and Venus missing moon, Earthquake Lights, Underwater Light Wheels, strange audio anomalies called water guns , Dark Days which Corliss admits are probably the most explainable of the unexplained events here and Star Jelly all get a nice look in Some really fascinating stuff here