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What happened to Elisa Lam, found dead in a water tower atop a hotel roof? Who were the two men who came to see her, and what was in the mystery box they gave her? Why did the location of her gravestone match the zip code of a bookstore miles away? Why did a man write the Fibonacci sequence as a clue and tell a stranger he was 'Looking for the Beast' before he disappeared in the barren plains of a desert? Find many more head-scratching puzzles in Tales of Mystery Unexplained.

©2019 Steph Young (P)2020 W F Howes

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Entertaining research based on google search

These breathless tales are basically repeats from episodes of Steph young’s podcast. So if you are not a listener these will be all new, if you are though you can pretty much pass on this collection. All stories covered are an exhaustive gathering up of “things people have said on the internet” with not a whole lot of critical analysis.

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  • 07-07-20

Twelve chilling tales of mystery

A compelling and chilling walk through a collection of real-life unsolved mysteries. Steph unfolds each in a way that keeps you listening, asking questions and wanting the great reveal, which of course never comes as these are all unsolved cases of high strangeness. The book contains a good mix of well known and lesser known mysteries and its nice to see an author who isn't just focussing on American cases. Like her podcast of the same title, she covers cases from the British Isles also which are usually overlooked by authors. As with all things paranormal its a read best taken with a pinch of salt as if approached with a scientific mind these mysteries start to fall apart somewhat. The synchronicities Steph explores in each case are quite remarkable however and leave you wondering, which is of course the point, a little bit of escapism from the daily grind of life.

In summary, a great complement to her podcast with a number of new cases she has not covered prior.
The narrator does a good job, also English like Steph so none of the usual colonial twang we often hear from Audible.
Lets hope more of her books make it to Audible,

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