"Truth is strange, but true, for truth is always strange; stranger than fiction; if it could be told." - Lord Byron
Since ancient times man has struggled to understand the abnormalities that plagued this universe. He sought order in his life and craved dependability in the structure of his beliefs. Comets flashed across the sky to communicate that the Gods were not happy. Slowly, Western Society convinced man to think in a different way. Over time, the drawing mystery of old ghost stories moved on to the Yowie, Bigfoot, UFOs, Crop Circles and other mysteries until today these are again being replaced with "conspiracy theory" tales such as who shot JFK in 1963, the fate of Princess Diana in 1997 or what happened at the WTC on 9/11, 2001.
From the author of They Lied to Us in Sunday School comes this fascinating collection of bizarre stories, myths and conspiracies - taking the reader on a journey into the amazing, the mysterious and the unexplained.