Bizarre History: Strange Happenings, Stupid Misconceptions

Bizarre History: Strange Happenings, Stupid Misconceptions,Distorted Facts and Uncommon Events

Joe Rhatigan, "Bizarre History: Strange Happenings, Stupid Misconceptions, Distorted Facts and Uncommon Events"
ISBN: 1936140381 | 2011 | EPUB | 176 pages | 3 MB

Spooky South: Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Aug. 2, 2016
Spooky South: Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore

Spooky South: Tales of Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Other Local Lore by S. E. Schlosser
2016 | ISBN: 1493019171 | English | 272 pages | EPUB | 17 MB

Strange: True Stories of the Mysterious and Bizarre  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at April 8, 2016
Strange: True Stories of the Mysterious and Bizarre

Colin Wilson, Damon Wilson, "Strange: True Stories of the Mysterious and Bizarre"
ISBN: 1629144576 | 2014 | EPUB | 192 pages | 46 MB
Futile and Stupid Gesture: How Doug Kenney and "National Lampoon" Changed Comedy Forever (repost)

Futile and Stupid Gesture: How Doug Kenney and "National Lampoon" Changed Comedy Forever by Josh Karp
English | 1 Sept. 2006 | ISBN: 1556526024 | 416 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Screenwriter Kenney (Animal House; Caddyshack), co-founder of National Lampoon, was one of the gifted gagsters who ignited the 1970s revolution in American humor. Journalist Karp (Playboy; Premiere) delivers an iridescent, polychromatic portrait of the humorist, framed within an amusing anecdotal history of National Lampoon. To chart the magazine's rise and fall, Karp conducted 150 interviews, mapping every avenue of business decisions, feuds, romances, cocaine use and bizarre pranks.

The Book of the Bizarre: Freaky Facts and Strange Stories  

Posted by tarantoga at July 30, 2015
The Book of the Bizarre: Freaky Facts and Strange Stories

Varla Ventura, "The Book of the Bizarre: Freaky Facts and Strange Stories"
ISBN: 1578634377 | 2008 | EPUB | 304 pages | 964 KB
Dead Strange: The Bizarre Truths Behind 50 World-Famous Mysteries

Matt Lamy, "Dead Strange: The Bizarre Truths Behind 50 World-Famous Mysteries"
English | ISBN: 1936976277, 0606266305 | 2012 | 141 pages | EPUB | 12 MB
The Spy Who Spent the War in Bed: And Other Bizarre Tales from World War II [Repost]

The Spy Who Spent the War in Bed: And Other Bizarre Tales from World War II by William B. Breuer
Wiley; 1 edition | April 1, 2003 | English | ISBN: 0471267392 | 240 pages | PDF | 2 MB

A rare treat for World War II history buffs and fans of the strange, absurd, and unexplained
Acclaimed military historian William Breuer takes readers on a trip through the looking glass to acquaint them with the weirder side of World War II. Featuring a cast of characters including double- and triple-agents, femme fatales, fearless leaders, and men at arms, The Spy who Spent the War In Bed is a collection of seventy concise, vividly rendered tales of war, ranging from laugh-out-loud funny, to inspiring, to just-plain-bizarre.
Bad Science: A Brief History of Bizarre Misconceptions, Totally Wrong Conclusions, and Incredibly Stupid Theories

Linda Zimmermann - Bad Science: A Brief History of Bizarre Misconceptions, Totally Wrong Conclusions, and Incredibly Stupid Theories
Published: 2011-01-25 | ISBN: 0979900247 | PDF | 224 pages | 3 MB

Soundiron Bizarre Sitar v2.0 KONTAKT  

Posted by orientazure at June 25, 2012
Soundiron Bizarre Sitar v2.0 KONTAKT

Soundiron Bizarre Sitar KONTAKT | 890 Mb

The bizarre sitar may not seem so strange at first glance. It has most of the elements found on any other sitar, with it's traditional gourd body, both main playable strings and sympathetic resonating strings, parda (adjustable curved frets), kunti (tuning pegs), dandi (neck), ghoraj (main bridge) all complete with orante hand-painted accents. At just over 24 in length, however, this little beauty is barely half the size of a standard sitar. Simply being small isn't bizarre by any means, but what is bizarre is how it can achieve such a lush, full-bodied sound while being so small. Intended as more decoration than instrument, we feel this little guy has been highly underestimated. Although soft-spoken and possesssing fewer strings than normal (5 main and 6 sympathetic), all this "baby" sitar needed was someone to listen closely. And we did very close.
The Spy Who Spent the War in Bed: And Other Bizarre Tales from World War II

The Spy Who Spent the War in Bed: And Other Bizarre Tales from World War II
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons | ISBN: 0471267392 | edition 2003 | PDF | 240 pages | 2,12 mb

A rare treat for World War II history buffs and fans of the strange, absurd, and unexplained
Acclaimed military historian William Breuer takes readers on a trip through the looking glass to acquaint them with the weirder side of World War II. Featuring a cast of characters including double– and triple–agents, femme fatales, fearless leaders, and men at arms, The Spy who Spent the War In Bed is a collection of seventy concise, vividly rendered tales of war, ranging from laugh–out–loud funny, to inspiring, to just–plain–bizarre. For instance, there′s the one about how reputed Irish Republican Army members in New York conned Nazi intelligence out of a small fortune. There′s also a thrilling account of how four American newsmen bagged an entire German platoon. And there′s the haunting tale of the "Mystery Plane," an experimental aircraft that took off on a short test flight over England one sunny afternoon in 1938 and simply vanished into a cloudless summer sky. This book draws on personal interviews, official archives, and declassified documents, as well as the vast literature on World War II.