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Althalus

Old Books

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WooHoo :sk

Three old books on the unexplained have just come my way,

1.  The Ghosts Companion - Peter Haining:

    A book that is written by famous authors that have had ghost encounters and have fictionalised their encounters.

2.  Uninvited Visitors - Ivan T.  Sanderson:

    Has our planet been visited throughout hiistory by intelligent beings.

3.  UFO, Flying Saucers Over Britian - Robert Chapman:

    A case book of UFO sightings over Britain up to 1969 when the book was published.

All three were published around the same date.

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            Lucky you,  AL!

     I guess we won't be hearing from you too often (having your head in those books!)  Let us know which one's the best!  I wanna know who those famous authors are (bet one of them is E.A.Poe)  :s03

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OOOhh  :sr

          I have that one the Ghosts Companion somewhere it's one of the 1st books I had it's good if a little out dated now

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The authors of A Ghosts Companion are:

M. R. James

H. R. Wakefield

O. Henry

Algernon Blackwood

Rudyard Kipling

Lafcadio Hearn

Arthur Machen

Daphne du Maurier

Hammond Innes

August Derleth

Richard Hughes

Dennis Wheatley

Fritz Leiber

Joan Aiken

Ray Bradbury

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           That's a surprise to me about O. Henry,  

  but Bradbury....I should've known!!  :s2

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