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Bizarre Bathroom Reader

Your Plunging Guide into the Strangest Stories, Oddest Trivia, Inexplicable Events, and Unfathomable Mysteries the World Has to Offer!

Published by Racehorse
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Thousands of thrilling facts and trivia from murderous cults to UFOs!
 
Did you know legendary skyjacker D. B. Cooper was most likely a Boeing employee? How about the fact that the Manson Family’s killing spree was meant to incite racial rioting? Or that rather than arriving from outer space, UFOs have been operating from deep within Earth’s oceans for centuries?
 
Learn true, confidential information about these and other—even stranger!—subjects in this mammoth volume. With mind-boggling facts from the most varied sources, find out all about monsters, magic bullets, and mass hysteria, in five unsinkable chapters:
 
•           Puzzling Places
•           Befuddling Beliefs
•           Strange Subcultures
•           Peculiar People
•           Mystifying Mysteries
 
Whether you’re interested in conspiracies, ghosts, lucha libre, or the Bermuda Triangle, there is an anti-boredom list, entry, or chronology for everyone in this freakishly huge toilet (or travel) companion. Plunge into the Bizarre Bathroom Reader to find answers to all of those lifelong questions you may have!
 
Featuring interviews with Elizabeth Gracen, J. M. DeMatteis, John H. Newton, Bruce A. Smith, and Preston Dennett!

About The Author

DIEGO JOURDAN PEREIRA is an author of puzzle and activity books, including the Giant Book of Games and Puzzles for Smart Kids, The Big Book of Brain-Boosting Puzzles, Bible Power Puzzles, and the Astonishing Bathroom Reader. With a background in illustration, comic books, and graphic design, his clientele has ranged from Dover Publications to the Topps Company.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Racehorse (November 23, 2021)
  • Length: 504 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781631586798

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