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Darklore Volume 3 [Paperback]

Robert Bauval , Nick Redfern , Greg Taylor

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22 Mar 2009
Darklore is a journal of exceptional observations, hidden history and esoteric science. Bringing together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, Darklore will challenge your preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Volume 3 of Darklore features contributions from Robert Bauval, Nick Redfern, Robert Schoch, Mike Jay, Michael Tymn, Neil Arnold and Theo Paijmans, and many others. Darklore offers only the best writing and research from the most respected inviduals in their fields.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, Intriguing, Informative 29 April 2009
By Michael E. Tymn - Published on Amazon.com
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As with Dark Lore I and II, I admit to being a biased reviewer, having contributed one of the 14 stories to this anthology concerning the paranormal. My contribution is on the Glastonbury Scripts, which involved the excavation of the Glastonbury Abbey ruins in England. Frederick Bligh Bond, the architect and archaeologist hired in 1907 to excavate the ruins, decided to employ a medium and contact long-dead monks who had lived at the abbey for information as to where to dig. Over a period of some 12 years, interrupted by World War I, Bond received more than 60 messages from the monks directing his excavations. Many of them were exact to the inch. Some, however, were a little off due to overlapping construction over the centuries. The monks sometimes disagreed among themselves as to how things were in the abbey's heyday.

The other 13 stories touch upon a wide variety of paranormal subjects. Nick Redfern gives a different spin to the Roswell E.T. theory. Greg Taylor, the editor of the anthology, discusses some of the pre-Raymond Moody near-death experiences, including that of Dr. George Ritchie, whose NDE inspired Moody's 1975 best-seller. Greg Bishop presents the very intriguing story of Dr. Mario Tazzaglini, who is said to have channeled aliens. Neil Arnold investigates the monsters of Dutch folklore, while Theo Paijmans gets to the occult roots of Nazi Technology and Robert Bauval searches for the secrets of Menkaure, builder of the third pyramid of Giza. Other contributors include Mike Jay, Philip Coppens, Blair MacKenzie Blake, Robert Schoch, Geoff Falla, Adam Gorightly, and "The Emperor," with the subjects ranging from the "Philadelphia Experiment" to ancient biblical sites.

I found the stories interesting, intriguing, and informative. It was a great bedside read, and I can honestly say I would give it five stars even if I had not contributed one of the articles.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting book, can't wait for Volume 4 9 Aug 2009
By Gina B. - Published on Amazon.com
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This book will not disappoint. A collection of short writings on interesting subjects makes it a fast, can't-put-it-down read. I cannot wait for the next books in the series. :)
5.0 out of 5 stars Arrived on time, in great shape. 18 Feb 2013
By R. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been buying the series one by one. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys the fortean genre. I love the books.
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