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    • Publication date:25 Oct 2018
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Unexplained

The Perfect Supernatural Christmas Gift

By Richard MacLean Smith

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Maybe some things are better left unexplained...

'A grisly treat' Financial Times on the podcast

Based on the 'world's spookiest podcast' of the same name comes Unexplained: a book of ten real-life mysteries which might be best left unexplained. . .

The perfect spooky stocking filler for this festive period.

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What can a case of demonic possession in 1970's Germany teach us about free will?

What might we learn about how we construct reality from the case of a poltergeist in the Fens?

And what can a supposed instance of reincarnation in Middlesbrough tell us about how we develop a concept of the self?

Taking incidents once thought of as supernatural or paranormal and questioning whether radical ideas in science might provide a new but equally extraordinary explanation, Unexplained asks what real-life unexplained events can reveal of our unique human experience.

'These mysteries are all the creepier for being true' Tatler

Biographical Notes

Richard MacLean Smith, part-Scottish, part-English and proud citizen of nowhere, is a writer and creator of the podcast Unexplained. An international success, Unexplained has been #2 in the US, UK and Canadian iTunes charts, and acclaimed by the Guardian and Financial Times.

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  • ISBN: 9781473671126
  • Publication date: 25 Oct 2018
  • Page count: 352
  • Imprint: Sceptre
A grisly treat — Financial Times
Possibly the spookiest podcast in the world — Guardian
These mysteries are all the creepier for being true — Tatler