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Mysterious New Mexico : miracles, magic, and monsters in the land of enchantment

Author: Benjamin Radford
Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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New Mexico's twin traditions of the scientific and the supernatural meet for the first time in this long-overdue book by a journalist known for investigating the unexplained. Strange tales of ghosts, monsters, miracles, lost treasure, UFOs, and much more can be found not far from the birthplace of the atomic bomb. Huge radio astronomy dishes search desert skies for alien life, and the world's first spaceport can be  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Radford
ISBN: 9780826354501 0826354505
OCLC Number: 879552737
Description: ix, 300 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Phantom performances at the haunted KiMo Theater --
Resurrection and sacred soil: miracles at Chimmayo --
The mysterious crystal skulls --
The great Aztec UFO crash --
The Santa Fe Courthouse ghost --
The Loretto Chapel's miraculous staircase --
Thunderbirds: mysterious giants in the sky --
The haunted Old Cuchillo Bar --
Miracles of the Hot Eye: Ojo Caliente's healing waters --
Labyrinths: sacred symbols in the sand --
La Llorona: wailing witches haunting the ditches --
Murder on the mesa: the bone collector serial killer --
Santa De's haunted La Poseda Hotel.
Responsibility: Benjamin Radford.

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New Mexico's twin traditions of the scientific and the supernatural meet for the first time in this long-overdue book by a journalist known for investigating the unexplained. Using folklore,  Read more...

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