3 edition of Strangest of all. found in the catalog.
Strangest of all.
|LC Classifications||AG243 .E35 1958|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||58030639|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edwards, Frank, Strangest of all. New York: Ace Books, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type. This book of Gorreyesque drawings by Christopher Manson is the strangest and most wonderful maze book in my collection. Those who are used to tracing branching passageways with a pencil may not even recognize this book as a maze, but that's exactly what it is. The book .
The book of Guinness World Records is full of brand new feats and others that have gone unbroken for years because they're too strange to be outdone. out of 5 stars Strangest of All. Reviewed in the United States on 29 November Verified Purchase. Read the book back in elementary school and enjoyed it then and enjoy it now also. Though a 60s book still a good read in these modern times. Read more. One person found this s:
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The book is several volumes pages (single spaced!) of strange, fantastical adventure stories, accompanied by over illustrations of children and semi-human : Charlotte Ahlin.
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Strangest of All book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. These stories and many more are sure to intrigue you. They are on t /5. Written in a language that no one understands and filled with illustrations of surreal, impossible things, Codex Seraphinianus is possibly the strangest encyclopedia in the world.
When Italian architect Luigi Serafini published the book inhe presented it as a factual, scientific work. It all started many, many decades ago when I wandered into the Adult section of the library and finally found a few books that appeared interesting. It was the '60s and life was getting weird and I was bored.
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It’s. These are some of the strangest, most mysterious books ever written. Paul Ratner. 19 June, A scene from Codex Seraphinus. Books teach us, inform us, amuse us and provoke us. But some books.
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BOOK RIOT | Book Recommendations and Reviews. We’ve all heard the age-old adage that the truth is stranger than fiction. But is it, really. The authors on this list might disagree, having written some of the strangest books of all time. Strangest of All, developed in cooperation of the European Astrobiology Institute and scientist and editor Julie Nováková, is an anthology of astrobiology-themed.
out of 5 stars Strangest of All. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase. Read the book back in elementary school and enjoyed it then and enjoy it now also.
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That question is at least partly answered by a new book, Black & White & Weird All Over, which. Buy Strangest of All by Frank Edwards online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop now.5/5(1). In "Strangest of All," world-famous radio announcer and occult researcher Frank Edwards chooses his favorite incredible cases, such as: When the dead danced in their tombs -Coded messages from Venus and Mars -The day 68 flying saucers flew over Washington, D.C.-The perpetual motion machine - the wheel that never stops turning -An 8th century vision of World War II -The strange /5(16).
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Free shipping over $ Skip to content. Search Button. Categories Featured Collectibles Movies & TV Blog Share to Facebook. Share to Pinterest. Share to Twitter. ISBN: ISBN Strangest of All. by Frank Edwards. Rated 4/5(1). This book contains perhaps the scariest idea of all time: Your other mother.
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