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on September 22, 2011
It is said that truth is stranger than fiction. This wonderfully written and well researched book certainly makes this point clear! It is written in short bursts of energy, which emit excitement to match! So much fun to read! The pictures or illustrations are delightful! Violini conveys factual details from strange phenomenon all over the world, and yet still manages to leave the reader with the impression of her interesting, fun, and spiritual personality.

One can believe each individual report or not. However, after weighing all the evidence presented in this book, if it is in fact the first one you have read containing information on strange, unexplainable (by human standards) events your mind must open to the possibility there is so much we do not understand. Most of what we do not understand, we do not need to be afraid of. I am not certain who once said, "Every time we think we know the answers, we find we only have more questions!"

This book is fun to read, and certainly should make one think. A wonderful book, I highly recommend!
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