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review 2019-04-08 22:23
Canadian Mysteries of the Unexplained: Investigations into the fantastic, the bizarre and the disturbing - John Marlowe

Marlowe’s book about Canadian mysteries is a quick read and covers everything from Wendigo to UFOs. The book starts with a look at water monsters, such as Champ, and ends with the Shag Harbor UFO story. He covers Oak Island and headless ghosts. Vikings make an appearance as well. Despite being a short book there is quite a bit of history in this volume. Marlowe includes a biography at the end.
The stories and history are well and engaging told. Marlowe uses first hand accounts and includes, in some cases, testimony in detail boxes.

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review 2016-06-16 08:39
Suspicious deaths: Unexplained Deaths of the Suspicious Kind by David McGown
SUSPICIOUS DEATHS: UNEXPLAINED DEATHS OF THE SUSPICIOUS KIND.: Unexplained Mysteries, Curiosities & Wonders. Unexplained Phenomena. Book 3. (Unexplained ... Sinister, Suspicious & Mysterious Deaths.) - David McGown
Suspicious deaths:  Unexplained Deaths of the Suspicious Kind by David McGown had a number of stories about mysterious deaths.
 
The one that caught my attention the most was where a gun was fired in a hotel room, the men who had been drinking filled the hole in the wall with toothpaste & never checked next door. 
 
The man next door had been sitting on his bed when he was shot.  The coroner thought he had been kicked & crushed.
 
I gave this book three stars because it needs editing for misused words & typos.
 
I received a complimentary copy from Amazon.  That did not change my opinion for this review.
 
Link to purchase:  https://www.amazon.com/SUSPICIOUS-DEATHS-UNEXPLAINED-Conspiracies-Conspiracies-ebook/dp/B014QDXFPS
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review 2016-04-06 00:00
Unexplained Mysteries of World War II: Discover the Conspiracies, Cover-ups and Coincidences that Won and Lost the War
Unexplained Mysteries of World War II: Discover the Conspiracies, Cover-ups and Coincidences that Won and Lost the War - Jeremy Harwood I fell across this book in my library and brought it home as a 'gap filler' while waiting the books I have ordered from my library

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Many brief accounts on all kinds of WWII mysteries. And done well in a sober sober way. Some of the accounts even got me interested in reading more about the subjects
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review 2016-02-07 20:56
People are Seeing Something: A Survey of Lake Monsters in the United States and Canada Denver Michaels
People are Seeing Something: A Survey of Lake Monsters in the United States and Canada - Denver Michaels

I'm sure you've all heard of Nezzie a famous sea monster in Scotland is she real? Does she exist is she even a she? Who know's! But I do believe strongly in the possibilities.

Denver Michaels Composes some of America's most famous cyrptid cases in this book. His work is well written and Presented. With history and stories. And links to some of the cases too.

A really good read for any Cryptozoology Fan. And I look really forward to reading more of his work in the future.

 

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review 2016-01-05 01:14
Unexplained Mysteries By Mysteries
Unexplained Mysteries: Unsolved Mysteries Book - Victorian Mysteries

I decided to give my kindle a go with this. It didn't even occur to me until today that I'm actually with the wrong kindle plan!! grrr as I'm with prime that only lets you lend out one book a month as opposed to 10 books to get with kindle unlimited so I'm a bit pissed off and need to decide what plan I'm going for.

Anyway, that aside, lets talk about this book!

This was a quick, interesting read into some of the famous unexplained mystery's. Some of the case's are really interesting. However, I felt reading this there could have been a lot more information shared, but sadly wasn't and brushed over. Also, some bad spelling mistakes,(I'm not one to judge at all there!) But still quite a good read. I think the author lets call them " Mysteries" as they really are called Mysteries. Should maybe next time put more information in the cases he/she presents in their book's otherwise apart from that I really liked it!

If your looking for a quick read on some famous unsolved mysteries this is your book!

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