Charles Fort :The Man Who Invented the Supernatural - Jim Steinmeyer

Charles Fort :The Man Who Invented the Supernatural – Jim Steinmeyer

The acclaimed and unforgettable true story of offbeat intellect and pioneering paranormal investigator Charles Fort--in paperback for the first time. Here is the seminal biography of one of the most fascinating and polarizing figures in all of Americana: Charles Fort (1874-1932), "the mad genius of the Bronx," "the enfant terrible of science," and the groundbreaking visionary who shaped our modern view of the paranormal. Theodore Dreiser called Fort "the most fascinating literary figure since Poe." ...
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Doreen Valiente Witch - Philip Heselton

Doreen Valiente Witch – Philip Heselton

Heralded as one of the greatest figures in the history of modern witchcraft, Doreen Valiente made an unparalleled contribution to contemporary spiritual practice. This book tells her fascinating story, from her earliest encounters with the Craft to her work with Gerald Gardner and her emergence as one of the foremost thinkers in the revival of Paganism and witchcraft. Revealing previously unknown details drawn from first-hand testimony and her personal papers, Doreen Valiente Witch reveals how ...
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