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BEYOND UNSEEN BOUNDARIES by  Brad Steiger - Paperback - First Paperback Printing - 1967 - from W. Fraser Sandercombe and


by Steiger, Brad

Condition: Very Good

New York: Popular Library, 1967. 125 pp. PL 60-2208. Light edge and corner wear with some creasing on the spine; no interior markings. The Chapters are: The Man Who Became a Millionaire by Listening to Ghosts; Tombstone's Psychic Sheriff; The Man Who Can Be in Two Places at Once; What of the Flying Automobiles; The Bees Remembered; The Spook that Likes to Play Baseball; The Charwoman Who Was Born Again; Witches Wizards and Warlocks; Michelle Reads at 34 Months; France's Most Famous Ghost; On the Trail of America's Abominable Snowman; Cult of the Argentine Firewalkers; The Captain's Sleepwalking Saved His Ship; The Invisible Rock Thrower of San Berdoo; The Mystery of Water Witching; She Saw Her Daughter Murdered in a Dream; Egypt - Land of Magic Mystery and Malignant Mummies; The Friendly Ghost in Overalls; Franz Polgar - Mind Reader Extraordinary; Iowa's Dark Lady of the Snows; Duel with a Demon; Foxy Rang the Bell; Did They Disappear into Another Dimension; The Nightmare that Nabbed a Burgler; The Ghost that Removed an Appendix; The Enigma of Flying Saucers; The Fateful Prophecy of Major Andre; The Cross that Comes and Goes; Did America Fall from the Moon; Who Was the Bomber's Pilot; The Ice Cream Urge that Saved a Life; The Ghostly Lady of Rocky Hill Castle; The Witch and the Reincarnated Doctor; The Ghost in the Whaley House; The Tilting Table that Told Where to Dig; The Bishop Who Witnessed an Assassination in a Dream; Eskimo Magic of the Mukluks; and Does Alexander Hamilton Still Walk in Greenwich Village.. First Paperback Printing. Paperback. Very Good.


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