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Author Biography: Art Bell speaks over the airwaves to more than 15 million listeners. He covers topics far and wide, including the mysteries of the unknown. The Source is his third book.
Brad Steiger has spent a lifetime exploring the strange, unusual and unknown. He has written over 140 books, distributed worldwide, with over 15 million copies in print.
Posted July 27, 2002
If you're interested in UFOs, ghosts, near-death experiences, OBEs, angels, demons, mind travel through time and space and other paranormal phenomena, then this book is an absolute must for your personal library. Art Bell and Brad Steiger are the perfect guides for this 'journey through the unexplained,' discussing everything from the nature of time to the Supreme Creator, the 'Source of all that is' that governs the universe. If you're a skeptic, the compelling accounts within the covers of this book may cause you to rethink your views. If you're a believer, this book will reinforce your knowledge that your life on this planet is but a small part of an ongoing adventure.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 2, 2001
A great book for people who love the paranormal. NOT FOR SCIENTISTS. Of course anyone researching paranormal knows that. They blindly pass off abductions and other sightings as all hoax. By their standards the moon landing was a hoax. Just talk no proof.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 8, 2000
In this book, Art Bell and Brad Steiger cover everything from origins of the human species to crop circles to Area 51 to UFO abductions to government coverups and conspiracies to religion. This is a historic look at unexplained phenomena in the universe. Both authors have covered matters regarding the unusual, the weird, and the unknown for years. Here, together, they explore each of these subjects thoroughly, leaving the reader with the facts needed to come to an educated conclusion as to the source of it all. This book has never been proclaimed to be one of Art Bell's 'better works'; it pales in comparison to The Coming Global Superstorm and The Quickening as far as sales and popularity. But, it is my particular favorite of all his books because it covers such a wide range and varietal array of topics.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.