100 Most Strangest Mysteries
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Author: Matt Lamy | PAge: 213 | Year: 2020
This anthology contains 150 stories beginning with the year 13 Billion, 800 million B.C. and continuing all the way through to modern times. Their qualification: they must be among the strangest, most-researched...yet still...unsolved mysteries in history! Beginning with the origins of the universe, it then proceeds throughout ancient times, through the early centuries, makes its way through the medieval period and then all the way into modern times as well. These 150 tantalizing tales will leave you in constant wonder, while transporting you away from the troubling aspects we're facing today and into other days and, times...complete with their own plethora of unsolved mysteries! Each story runs anywhere between one and six pages...enough to give you all of the pertinent details and theories behind the mysteries. But even more important, they'll leave you thinking long and hard over what you believe could be the real answers behind unlocking these mysteries! This book also contains an astonishing 386 photos...an average of a little over two per mystery, which greatly adds to its enjoyment level. When I was doing my due diligence in researching this topic, I looked into several other books that have been written on this subject as well as studying the reader comments they received. Most notably, I found that a commonly-heard comment I saw was that, "This book was good, but it would have been much better if it contained photos." My readers won't have that complaint, that's for sure! This book is 313 pages long and contains 133,936 words. But as you know, as is often said, 'a picture's worth a thousand words', so the 386 photos in this book add another 133,936,000 words, bringing the new grand total to 134, 069,936 words! ! So you'll certainly be getting your 'money's worth' in entertainment! I guarantee one other thing too though: once you've finished reading through this treasure trove of unsolved-mysteries, you'll better understand why Aristotle once so astutely remarked over 2,000 years ago, "The more you know, the more you know that...you don't know!"
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