The Perfect Supernatural Christmas Gift
By Richard MacLean Smith
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.
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
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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25 Oct 2018
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A grisly treat — Financial Times
Possibly the spookiest podcast in the world — Guardian
These mysteries are all the creepier for being true — Tatler