The Cult Files: True Stories from the Extreme Edges of Religious Belief Paperback – 15 Jun 2009
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About the Author
Chris Mikul is a Sydney-based writer, book editor and publisher. His books include Bizarrism, a compilation of articles from his long-running magazine of the same name, TV Poems and Tales of the Macabre and Ordinary. He was one of the editors of Strewth!, an independent satirical magazine, and has been a regular guest on radio, talking about everything from eccentrics to streaking.
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If you read a lot of books about new religious movements, I do recommend this as a supplement to other reading. Mikul offers profiles of some of the lesser-known destructive cults like the Ant Hill Kids and the Kirkland sect, and these are worth the price. But this should not be used as a sole or primary source for the study of such movements.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for all the facts on cults.
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