- Unidentified Submerged Objects, Paranormal Phenomena, and Lost Cities
- Narrated by: Lee Alan
- Length: 2 hrs and 15 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-02-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: Steve Watson
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There is nothing on this planet more mysterious than our oceans, lakes, streams, and rivers. These sources of water have always been sources of legend. Human civilization has always depended on water, and land-based societies are inextricably linked to their waterways. Egypt was built on the Nile; ancient Mesopotamia was surrounded by the Euphrates and Tigris; and port cities dotted the entire Mediterranean coast.
You see, although we live on dry land, we draw our inspiration, our livelihood, and our most captivating experiences from the water. There is no audiobook that could hold all of the tales that the sea has brought to us, but this audiobook brings to you some of the very best.
Within these chapters you will explore many unexplained underwater mysteries including:
The lost and sunken lands of Atlantis
The tale of refugees from a once great South Pacific empire who were forced to settle on a small speck of land called Easter Island
The stories of strange craft appearing and disappearing into the deep
Tales of sea monsters and bizarre aquatic humanoids that have been seen surfacing from our shores: Even legendary creatures, such as the mermaid are given a full update in this book as we explore some very recent encounters with this supposedly mythical entity
Riveting accounts of those who have disappeared on the great oceans of our world: You will find a unique account of the classic story of the Mary Celeste, as well as breaking news on the fate of Amelia Earhart, one of the most famous people ever to be lost at sea
And much more!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Myztikal on 04-23-18
Murky Mysteries are Slightly Enlightening; More Entertaining than Informative
Rarely do I come across something that I’m confuzzled with how I want to rate. Perhaps I’ll know as I sort my thoughts in the review.
Performance is a 4.25
I liked the narrator, mostly. However, as he read, I wasn’t always sure if he was starting a sentence or a section. A longer break before starting a new storyline or legend would have prevented 50% of my rewinds.
I would listen to him again, without much hesitation.
Unidentified Submerged Objects
Never head of this. I enjoyed this section and the little bit I learned!
I know that most of these remain mysteries or unsubstantiated claims of eye witness accounts, but I would have liked a little bit more about it. Or shouldn’t it have cited resources, since information is so limited?
I liked how it started with Atlantis - something we know something about.
I’d never known about the Tiger Triangle, equivalent to the Bermuda Triangle on the opposite hemisphere.
I liked how it spanned stories to most continents and cultures, including historical stories, legends, and how it effected how discoveries were handled and recorded.
Yet, some were too brief and mind boggling. Why mention it if you can’t embellish?
Keep your expectations reigned in if you pick this up.