2 edition of Oddities found in the catalog.
Rupert T. Gould
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Roadside Oddities is an informative book that introduces readers to some weird and wonderful roadside attractions. Detailed photographs support the engaging text filled with entertaining facts. Book and lesson also available at levels L and O. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Gould, Rupert Thomas, Oddities. London: P. Allan, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource.
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For all the lonely weirdos. Part memoir, part travelogue, and part LSD-tinged gonzo essay collection, Rodger Cambria's oddities explores the strange and colorful lives of those who exist on society's outer fringe. Embedding himself with circus carnies and sword swallowers, geriatric rock groupies and breakdancing furries, rock and roll roadies and time traveling monks, Cambria deftly weaves their hilarious and /5(14).
Published in by Rupert Gould, the first of two books featuring strange facts about natural history, animals, and lore, Oddities: A Book of Unexplained Facts is Cited by: 3.
Lieutenant Commander Rupert T. Gould was an amazing polymath, and this book, first published inis a series of essays on eleven "Oddities" or unexplained mysteries, for several of which the evidence in support of their existence cannot easily be explained/5(4).
Published in by Rupert Gould, the first of two books featuring strange facts about natural history, animals, and lore, Oddities: A Book of Unexplained Facts is 5/5(1). Oddities: A Book of Unexplained Facts. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such /5. About the Author. In the course of their careers in the business of writing and selling books, Russell Ash and Brian Lake have collected hundreds of bizarre examples from this extensive field. From double entendres and astonishingly specialized subjects to weird books /5(27).
Oddities: a Book of Unexplained Facts. Abstract. THE inexplicable is always fascinating, and here is both a humorous and a serious study of such oddities.
The zoologist can speculate as to the ‘Devil’ who came out of the sea and impressed his ‘Hoof-Marks’ on the Devon coast. Witness as the finest talents of our time bring you tales of the strangeness at t ***Winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in an Anthology***.
Crystal Lake Publishing and Bram Stoker Award-winning editor Doug Murano, are proud to present BEHOLD. ODDITIES, CURIOSITIES AND UNDEFINABLE WONDERS/5. Welcome to AbeBooks' Weird Book Room - heralded by the New York Times, Canada's Globe and Mail, The Times of London, and The Guardian (UK) as the finest source of everything that's bizarre, odd and downright weird in books.
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