A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies: Primary Access to
  • Hardcover
  • 1114 pages
  • A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies: Primary Access to Observations of UFOs, Ghosts, and Other Mysterious Phenomena
  • George M. Eberhart
  • English
  • 04 August 2017
  • 0313213372

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    I got this book in 1980, when I was 13 years old At the time, as a child, I had just grown up through the wondrous Occult 70s , as TV and newspapers were alive with reports of Bigfoot and UFOs and The Bermuda Triangle and Ghosts and Disappearing People and Psychic Powers and on and onI ate this all up with a spoon I watched IN SEARCH OF, read UFO books and Bigfoot books and lake monster sea serpent books I was a careful reader and took note of names and, thanks to the Bookmobile and great I got this book in 1980, when I was 13 years old At the time, as a child, I had just grown up through the wondrous Occult 70s , as TV and newspapers were alive with reports of Bigfoot and UFOs and The Bermuda Triangle and Ghosts and Disappearing People and Psychic Powers and on and onI ate this all up with a spoon I watched IN SEARCH OF, read UFO books and Bigfoot books and lake monster sea serpent books I was a careful reader and took note of names and, thanks to the Bookmobile and great scholastic scope books about the paranormal for kids by people like Daniel Cohen , I was reading Charles Fort in grade school Fifth Grade, I think Books by JANET BORD COLIN BORD, Frank Edwards and John A Keel blew my little mind and had a profound effect on how I see the world even now.I don t know where I heard about this book An issue of FATE MAGAZINE or PURSUIT I have dim recollection of seeing the author interviewed on TV but most likely I saw it in the bibliography of a Loren Coleman book Anyway, this was a strange book for a 13 year old to have and covet my dear sister Susan, rest her soul, ordered it for me when she worked at Walden Books Library Bound, hardcover, 1114 pages long, essentially it s an endless list most probably gathered over Eberhart s lifetime and then fed into a computer of reports of all kinds of weird and paranormal events from ghosts to UFOS to Bigfoots to disappearances to falls of fish to folklore about lost treasure and mystery spots and the like sorted by location of event thus geo bibliography There s little to no explication of the event, just it s catalog entry heading like, say, Unknown Humanoid Lizard Man , location sometimes, down to the street address , date and the reference it was cited in I had very little chance of actually reading the original reports library microfilm helped, but do you know how crushing it was to a 13 year old to find out that all libraries didn t have copies immediately available of old magazines like DOUBT, the Journal of the Fortean Society from the 1940s, or FATE but that didn t matter I d pore over it intently and brood at the fact that someone once saw a UFO back in the 1950s just ONE TOWN OVER FROM ME I ve held onto this book all my life and still use it to fill myself with wonder and awe at the world around me Every time I settle somewhere new I look at it to see if anything neat happened around there Cracking it open right now, I see that a small town I pass through on my way to Central Pennsylvania from my home in Maryland, a town I ve driven through a hundred times, has a churchyard where a ghostly black dog was reported Perhaps I will check it out

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