Unexplained

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Unexplained
  • Richard MacLean Smith
  • 20 October 2017

About the Author: Richard MacLean Smith

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Unexplained Based the world s spookiest podcast of the same name comes Unexplained a book of ten real life mysteries which might be best left unexplained Demonic possession in 1970 s Germany UFOs in Rendlesham forest Reincarnation in Middlesborough To this day, these real life mysteries and very many evade explanationBased on one of the most successful paranormal podcasts ever, with over 10 million streams and downloads to date, Unexplained consists of ten chapters focussing on a different paranormal event, from Australia to Germany, the UK to Zimbabwe, using the stories as gateways to a journey beyond the veil of the uncanny, exploring what they reveal of the human experience. Taking ideas once thought of as supernatural or paranormal and questioning whether radical ideas in science might provide a new but equally extraordinary explanation, Unexplained is The Examined Life meets The X Files. A grisly treat Financial Times on the podcast New Download Kindle ePUB Unexplained author Richard MacLean Smith – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Unexplained

  1. Sara says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I really should readlocal books about my area You often forget what a plethora of history and mythology can exist in an area you live in, and it was truely delightful to read some stories based solely around the region I have lived and grown up in for over 30 years minus a year I spent living in Manchester It s made me fall in love with Teesside all over again This is a mixture of vari...

  2. Lou says:

    Unexplained, based on a successful podcast of the same name, is a feast of the supernatural, paranormal and just plain weird that is known to have happened at various periods throughout the UK and is practically perfect for those drawn in Autumn nights as we head towards Halloween I am a fan of these often creepy stories from all corners of the globe and read them no matter the dale they re published, but I must admit that these had a bigger impact on me being both from this country and release Unexplained, based on...

  3. Maria says:

    Review to come.

  4. Kirsti says:

    Maybe this one SOUNDS better as a podcast, because boy at times it read dry I enjoy the subject matter, but I felt like the author went off on tangents and never really focussed on the story at hand That was a shame because although there was some information I was familiar wit...

  5. Melanie Garrett says:

    One thing which doesn t need to be explained is our undying interest in things which seem to defy rational explanation By dishing up a diverse range of such tales, UNEXPLAINED shows us that we don t need to tune into Netflix for the weird and wonderous when there could well be stranger things happening in the street around the corner Whether it s reincarnation, UFO, demons in a box, or poltergeists, Richard MacLean Smith approaches a range of allegedly true weirdnesses with an open mind The s One thing which doesn t need to be explained is our undying interest in things which seem to defy rational explanation By dishing up a diverse range of such tales, UNEXPLAINED shows us that we don t need to tune into Netflix for the weird and wonderous when there could well be stranger things happening in the street around the corner Whether it s reincarnation, UFO, demons in a box, or poltergeists, Richard MacLean Smith approaches a range of allegedly true weirdnesses with an open mind The stories themselves are fascinating anyway, but what sets these accounts apart, in my view, is the...

  6. Neonraate says:

    What a treat I ve loved the podcast since the first time I stumbled upon it, and I was counting down the days until the book became available in shops I listened to the audiobook of this, because I think Richard MacLean Smith is a wizard when it comes to all things audible, and he really went all in for this Music, sound effects, voice actors, his own smooth as velvet voice incredible A great listening experience, absolutely the audiobook I ve enjoyed the most.The book itself is also pret What a treat I ve loved the podcast since the first time I stumbled upon it, and I was counting down the days until the book became available in shops I listened to the audiobook of this, because I think Richard MacLean Smith is a wizard when it comes to all things audible, and he really went all in...

  7. Angharad Ross-Jones says:

    I love mysteries and the unexplained, and even though I cant say I ve ever read a book on the subject before only fallen deep into the wikipedia abyss of many a spooky tale , I can honestly say this book is set out exactly how I like to read mysterious cases.Not only does it tell the stories in an accessible mix of stark matter of fact , atmospheric suspense and creepy detail, but it includes a piece of higher thought on the broader subjects of the cases before and after it details the actual I love mysteries and the unexplained, and even though I cant say I ve ever read a book on the su...

  8. Kirsty says:

    There were a couple of interesting stories here, but every chapter dragged the author s style is so dry and long winded Because it s so wordy, not that much ground is covered, and even then a lot of the chapters seem to...

  9. Sharon says:

    3.5 rounded upMulling over review

  10. Eric D says:

    Spooky, cerebral, reflective, surprising everything I ve enjoyed about the podcast in written form Others have complained about tangents, in reviews, but I feel these ancillary stories add much to the main focus of each chapter Great read.