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Is there a book or site that lists a lot of the paranormal and the strange worldly phenomena?

Things that people have always asked questions about such as dreams, the stonehenge, illuminati, aliens, astral projection, time travel, electromagnetic energy, alternate dimensions, black holes, dark matter, area 51, telepathy, etc. etc.
Are there any cool books or web sites on these crazy things? I’m particularly interested in scientific phenomena, but I like everything.

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  1. Definitely there is :
    The haunting of the presidents by joel martin and william j. birnes
    Secret societies by john lawrence reynolds
    A brief history of time and the universe in a nutshell by stephen hawking
    Remote viewing by Tim rifat
    Occult america By micth horowitz
    Communion: a true story by whitley strieber
    Tales at midnight by Hans holzer
    Thin places by balzer tracy
    Messages: the world’s most documented extraterrial contact story by stan romanek
    The spirits’ book by Alan kardec
    Astral dynamics by Robert bruce
    Adventures beyond the body by william buhlman
    Einstein’s telescope by evalyn gates
    cosmic telepathy by Tuella, Ashtar, and T. Lobsang Rampa
    They are great books,i recommend them all if you are really interested in the paranormal phenomena and unexplained things.

  2. In regards to websites, The Anomalist is the online must-see daily review of world news on maverick science, unexplained mysteries, unorthodox theories, and unexpected discoveries. I personally check http://www.anomalist.com each and every morning for the latest reports, et cetera on the unexplained and unknown.
    Published continuously since 1948, FATE magazine is the longest-running publication of its kind, supplying its loyal readership with a broad array of true reports of the strange and unknown for more than sixty years. You can visit FATE online at http://fatemag.com where the minds of April Slaughter, Chris Anderson OneFeather, David Godwin, Derrel Sims, Nick Redfern, Phyllis Galde, Rosemary Ellen Guiley and myself add to the treasure trove of information available on the widest variety of subjects that you mention in your question.
    Of course, both websites offer comprehensive directories of links to sites specializing in many of these matters.

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