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Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea epub

by Fate Magazine Editors


Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea epub

ISBN: 0517163497

ISBN13: 978-0517163498

Author: Fate Magazine Editors

Category: Spirituality

Subcategory: Occult & Paranormal

Language: English

Publisher: Gramercy; First Edition edition (May 15, 2001)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB book: 1111 kb

FB2 book: 1246 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 130

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Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea Hardcover – May 15, 2001.

Start by marking Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea as Want to Read . Absolutely fascinating compilation of Fate magazine articles about unknown creatures and phenomena occurring in or around bodies of water.

Start by marking Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. From sea "monsters" to Atlantis to unidentified underwater vessels, this book had a little bit of everything. The creepiest part of this is that these are true stories and related by, for the most part, completely trustworthy eye witnesses. If you enjoyed th "There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

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Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea is a chapter book about the True Stories from the files of FATE Magazine. The secrets about everything from the Titanic to the Bermuda Triangle; the Loch Ness Monster to giant jellyfish are revealed.

ISBN13:9780517163498.

Upon reading Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea, one can certainly tell that the stories were written by amateurs.

The secrets about everything from the Titanic to the Bermuda Triangle; the Loch Ness Monster to giant jellyfish are revealed. Upon reading Mysteries and Monsters of the Sea, one can certainly tell that the stories were written by amateurs. For the most part, the book is composed of several stories of the Loch Ness monster & its similar "cousins" (for lack of a better term.

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From the Bermuda Triangle to the Dancing Plague of 1518, these fascinating mysteries have puzzled and confounded . Over the last 500 years, ships and airplanes have gone missing inside a triangular section of the North Atlantic Ocean called the Bermuda (or Devil's) Triangle.

From the Bermuda Triangle to the Dancing Plague of 1518, these fascinating mysteries have puzzled and confounded people for decades. This mysterious area is bounded by the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda; Miama, Florida, . and the American territory of Puerto Rico. The earliest article to reference a disappearance was in The Miami Herald in 1950. However, the "Bermuda Triangle" itself was coined by Vincent Gaddis in a 1964 article.

From the editors of FATE magazine comes this collection of unusual true stories about the oceans' depths, including water monsters, ghostly vessels, shipwrecks and other oddities.

Interesting stories of people who have experienced strange things at sea, lots of info about sea monsters and monsters like Nessie and other lake monsters. Some of it dragged a little, but mostly it was interesting. Some of the events I think might be explained by hallucinations and hoaxes, but some of it was really compelling. I especially liked the accounts of people who traveled through the Bermuda Triangle and the strange things they encountered. I didn't like the way the book was structured, though, it just had articles of each subject thrown together, sometimes the later ones first and others from the 1940s and 50s or so. But overall, it was a good collection of articles
Great book a must have