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The Fortean Times Book of Close Shaves

by Steve Moore

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"Fortean Times" is my favourite magazine, full of news of the bizarre, strange and downright weird. The "Fortean Times Book of Close Shaves" is one of a number of publications released by the people behind "Fortean Times" over the years and features little anecdotes of varying degrees of credulity covering stories of unlikely survival of natural disasters and the like, lottery wins and a Scottish schoolboy who survived 24 tonnes of steel flying towards him, suffering only a bruised toe.

This isn't the best in the series but you may find interest in it. ( )
  MiaCulpa | Aug 2, 2017 |
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Lady luck - we've all appealed to her for aid sometime or other.
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