• Mysteries

  • Vampires, Oak Island, Time Machines, Psychics and More
  • By: Lionel Fanthorpe
  • Narrated by: Theo Chalmers
  • Length: 1 hr and 15 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 10-16-09
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Wide Multi Media
  • 4.0 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Rev. Lionel Fanthorpe is a legend in his own time. He cruised onto the TV screens decades ago on his Harley Davidson singing songs about aliens, ghosts, and fairies. Everybody was stunned, and he became an overnight success with his own long-running Fortean TV series.The following years have seen him write dozens of books and become ever more popular among the followers of the genre. He has turned his hands to every subject of the paranormal, from ghosts to the Loch Ness Monster. So what's his take on the world as it is today? What does he think about time travel, psychics and everything that goes bump in the night?Prepare for an enjoyable and funny show as Theo Chalmers from On the Edge interviews Rev. Fanthorpe! World Wide Multi Media brings you quality content from around the globe.
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By Mark on 03-25-16

A talk show, not a book - but really interesting

This starts out rather cheesily - a British tabloid type talk show host describing his next guest, however once Mr Fanthorpe begins describing some of these mysteries', I couldn't turn it off. Some like Oak Island, I had heard of, others I had never heard of.

The entire discussion is only just over an hour, so none of the individual mysteries are covered in great depth - but it will pique your interest enough to look some of them up. I would not use a credit on this as it is far too short and the sound quality marginal, but if you are looking for an entertaining hour long listen - I think most people would probably enjoy it.

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