Unexplained Mysteries, Volume 2by Gregory Branson-Trent
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Paranormal Writer Gregory Branson-Trent returns with his sequel to the Amazon Best Selling title Unexplained Mysteries. In Unexplained Mysteries Volume Two (140 pages eBook format), Branson-Trent explores deeper into the world of the unexplained and comes up with a large collection of unusual and often times unheard of mysteries.
Included in volume two is: Pogo The Clown, Dead Ringers, Odd Cemetery Facts, The Ship of the Dead, 1952 UFOs over Washington DC, Werewolves, The Bermuda Triangle Mystery, Reincarnation , JFK and President Lincoln's Reincarnation, Uruguay Imp, The Grey Man Of Ben Macdhui, Oldest Known North American Mummy, Near Death Experiences, Ghosts Of Dragsholm Castle, Cato The Witch, Blackbeard's Ghost, Abominable Snowman, The Yeti, Oak Island, Doomed Alley, The Devil’s Garden, The Dark Side Of Chicago, Crystallomancy And Spirit Communication, The Grave of Mercy Brown, The Mary Celeste , Marie Laveau's Tomb, The Winchester House, Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and many more.
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Was just getting into the book and cant get it to go past page11. Whats up with that, never had this problem with other books, would loke my money back, and you can have the book back. Also I have read some other reviews on other books, cant beleive you would post them. Some dont make sense. Talking about their dates the night before and other crap, things that have nothinf to do with the books that they clam to be reviwing.
I have read hundreds of books on mysteries and the unexplained and this has to be the worst. The stories had no substance or detail, often just mentioning the name of a location and the fact that it was claimed to be haunted.
Volume One had many problems, particularly the probability that at least two sections were ripped off word for word from Wikipedia. Volume Two is even lazier. It reads as if it is a collection of reports written by high school sophomores for a classroom assignment. I picture a teacher saying to his class "OK - I want each of you to pick a topic which is considered paranormal or supernatural or just plain odd and do a X number word report about it." So each student does the assignment, hands it in to the teacher, and receives their grades. Then the teacher says "Aha! Instant eBook I can sell on-line for pure profit! USA! USA! USA!" Maybe it didn't happen that way, but this thing is still awful. Like Volume One, it is a compilation of a very dubious nature. Copyright issues? Fraud issues? I don't know about that, but it's very, very awful.