Strange But True: From the Files of "Fate" Magazine Paperback – 1 Nov 1997
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From the Author
"Strange But True" was a fascinating book to compile.
It seems there is no end to the number of people who have had a mystical experience. Whenever I mention the book, people admit -- somewhat sheepishly -- that they've seen and heard things they can't explain. Some report seeing angels, or ghosts, or even fairy-tale creatures like gnomes and leprachauns. Others have seen UFOs. It's also very common for people to admit that they've clearly felt the presence of a lost loved one. Ultimately, they're relieved to find they're not alone in such experiences, and they're happy to share their stories. What's more, even people who don't have first-hand accounts of the paranormal are fascinated by the reports in "Strange But True."
About the Author
Corrine Kenner specializes in bringing metaphysical subjects down to earth. Her work on the tarot is widely published, and her classes and workshops are perennial favorites among students in the Midwest. Corrine is a certified tarot master, and she holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from California State University, Long Beach. Corrine is the author of Tall Dark Stranger, a handbook on using tarot cards for romance, and Tarot Journaling, a guide to the art of keeping a tarot diary. She was also the creator of Llewellyn's Tarot Calendar. She is a contributor to the 2005, 2006, and 2007 editions of the Llewellyn Tarot Reader. A former newspaper reporter and magazine editor, Kenner edited Llewellyn's popular Astrological Calendar, Daily Planetary Guide, and Sun Sign Book. She is also the author of Crystals for Beginners.Corrine has lived in Brazil, Los Angeles, and the Twin Cities of Minnesota. She now lives in the Midwest with her husband Dan and her daughters Katherine, Emily, and Julia. You can find her website at www.corrinekenner.com. Craig Miller entered magazine publishing in 1986, and has written and edited magazines for industries including professional photography, veterinary medicine, marketing, and recreation. He is also a talented artist whose innk and watercolor illustrations have been published around the world.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Coming in at 250 pages, the book contains 14 chapters not counting the introduction and foreword. In addition, each tale is given its own page for easy reference. How often do we relate a story we have read and the receiver has their doubts. With this book, it is easy to go back and find the exact page and then point to the story and say "See!"
I have been reading and collecting these types of books for years. Amazingly, I never encountered a story that I had previously read in another book. With the scope and depth of the topics you'd think I would have read several in the past. Not the case. What was missing for me was a chapter on Big Foot. I would have loved to have read some of these sasquatch tales.
This book is for anyone with an open mind, an enquiring mind or just simply like a good ghost story. Outside of skeptical, humorless, know it alls, I think most people would get a kick out of the book
Michael L. Gooch
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