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Publisher's Summary

The Complete Guide to Mysterious Beings is a comprehensive encyclopedia of the unexplained, with incredible eyewitness accounts of strange creatures from around the globe, including:

  • Angels and demons
  • Dinosaurs that still roam the earth
  • Bigfoot, Yeti, Sasquatch, and other hairy monsters
  • The Loch Ness Monster, the Silver Lake Sea Serpent, and other water creatures
  • Dragons
  • Flying phantoms, man-birds, and other winged humanoids
  • Flying snakes and other "animals"
  • Carnivorous plants from outer space
  • Unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and submarine objects (USOs)
  • Aliens, bedroom invaders, and cattle rustlers from the skies
  • Green men, leprechauns, fairies, and other "little people"
  • Vampires and werewolves

From the upper Nile to the lower Ganges, from the roof of the world in Tibet to remote hamlets in West Virginia, John A. Keel has long been on the trail of weird creatures and strange phenomena.

He has lived in New York, Hollywood, New Orleans, Paris, Baghdad, Cairo, Calcutta, and a number of exotic places in between, and is an acknowledged expert on the world of the paranormal.

No one alive is better qualified to report on and interpret the fantastic evidence gathered in this book.

A syndicated columnist, John Keel's writings have appeared throughout the world for Playboy, FATE, SAGA, High Times, and other popular magazines, and he has appeared on televisions shows such as the Tonight Show, David Letterman, and What's My Line. The film based on his book, The Mothman Prophecies, starring Richard Gere and Laura Linney, has become a cult classic.

©2014 Andrew B. Colvin (P)2015 Andrew B. Colvin

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  • William
  • Kennesaw, GA, United States
  • 12-23-16

Glad to have it read to me

Keel was a prolific collector of Forteana, but I fear his scholarship was subservient to his editorial musings and personal theories. A thought provoking collection of research regardless.

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Some of KEELS best work. Mandatory reading

mandatory reading for all of John Keel fans. I've read all his work and in some cases two or three times such as this book it's even better on Audible.

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thoroughly researched!

Very informative without sensationalism! This book covers all levels of species and and witnesses brilliantly.

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  • daniel
  • ottawa, ontario, Canada
  • 02-17-16

thought provoking

Entertaining and thought provoking certainly a worthwhile read. I hope he releases more books of this nature

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  • LO
  • 01-08-16

Entertaining!

Enjoyed listening to all the different stories. Really interesting. I can recommend it to anybody who is interested in the weird and the strange...

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