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The Source: Journey Through the Unexplained

by Art Bell

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Nighttime radio talk show host Art Bell and bestselling author Brad Steiger address topics as varied as ghosts, ancient civilizations, and psychic powers in The Source, a tribute to unexplained phenomena. The authors are heavily biased toward UFOs, aliens, and abduction-related material, and other topics such as crop circles and human origins are slanted in this direction as well. The problem with The Source is that it takes on too much, only hinting at the vast realm of unexplained phenomena currently under scrutiny. A deeper exploration in a multi-volume collection would have proven more satisfying. However, The Source remains an easily digestible introduction to the world of high strangeness, and offers multiple starting points for the reader just striking out on an exploration of these fascinating subjects. --Brian Patterson

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:19 -0400)

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