The encyclopedia of the unexplained: magic, occultism, and parapsychology

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McGraw-Hill, 1974 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 304 pages
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User Review  - seldombites - LibraryThing

This is no mere collection of information for the lay reader, but a comprehensive encyclopaedia of knowledge relating to magic, occultism and parapsychology. It is set up, like any other encyclopaedia ... Read full review

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User Review  - 9days - LibraryThing

Although somewhat outdated now, this is an interesting collection. Covers the usual suspects, from mediums to hauntings to famous cases and landmarks (such as the Winchester Mystery House, which I'd love to visit, if for nothing else than the architectural achievement). Read full review

Contents

Editors Preface by Richard Cavendish
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The Encyclopedia
21
Bibliography
286
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Richard Cavendish is an author and historian who has writtenRichard Cavendish is an author and historian who has written many books and contributed to hundreds of others. His work many books and contributed to hundreds of others. His work also appears regularly in History Today magazine. He lives ialso appears regularly in History Today magazine. He lives in West London. Pip Leahy is a freelance writer and researchen West London. Pip Leahy is a freelance writer and researcher. She was the chief researcher on Castles (D&C, 2005) and wr. She was the chief researcher on Castles (D&C, 2005) and works at the University of Plymouth. orks at the University of Plymouth.

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