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The President's Brain Is Missing free pdf From stolen kidneys to phantom hitchhikers and the missing brain of JFK, we all love a good story (the more extreme the better), but sometimes they end suspiciously neatly, however much the teller swears they know the person it happened to. And it's not just word of mouth- we are bombarded by chain letters and emails, newspaper articles and TV programmes all spinning stories of ghosts and revenge, of bizarre scientific breakthroughs, of political cover-ups and conspiracy theories. But where do these stories come from? Are any of them actually true? Does Coca Cola own Santa Claus? Whatever happened to the Millennium bug? Are there alligators in the sewers? Was Winston Churchill a Druid? And why should you always double-check that your car door is locked and beware of any man with a hook? Albert Jack's quest for the truth has led him right round the world and throughout history and he has discovered all kinds of unforgettable, hilarious facts and even stranger stories. From pop stars to musical breast implants, reality will never be the same again. Prepare to enter the dark or hilarious world of the urban legend.

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Author : Albert Jack
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 15 December 2013
ISBN : 1494490757
EAN : 9781494490751
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 182 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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