Arthur C. Clarke’s chronicles of the straight and mysterious – John Fairley and Simon Welfare


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In this book, Arthur C. Clarke analyzes mysteries like: Do wild men roam the mountains of China? Does a puma stalk the leafy lanes of Surrey? Did two girls in Yorkshire really photograph fairies at play? What can explain reports of people who randomly catch fire, are consumed by the flames, but leave their surroundings unsinged? Did Chinese explorers really reach America centuries before Columbus? Does a vast octopus, big enough to drag a ship underwater, lurk on the sea bed of Bermuda? And did four British holidaymakers really soend a week in a phantom hotel in France?




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