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 The M-Files: True Reports of Minnesota's Unexplained Phenomena by Jay Rath

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PostSubject: The M-Files: True Reports of Minnesota's Unexplained Phenomena by Jay Rath   Sun Nov 08, 2009 5:26 pm

This book is part of a series of books about state sightings and lore of various phenomena.

There are many different types of stories in this book, from UFOs to Bigfoot, with giant rabbits thrown in for good measure. A quick and fun read, the author looks at several cases, both famous and not so well known that have happened in Minnesota. Most readers have heard of the Minnesota Icemen, but few have heard of sightings of giant rabbits (or kangaroos). My favorite case is the young man who encounters a rocket in the road that is inhabited by three six in high tin can type beings.

There are a few problems with this book, and one is the author borrows heavily from known books for his resources. It does seem like we have read some of the stuff before. Another one is the book is rather small in size, and seems geared to a much younger audience. The addition of silly illustrations in the book does not help out in that matter either. That is not to say I didn't enjoy this book, as it has some fun unknown cases in it. I just wish the author had focused more on those unknown cases and taken a more serious approach to the subject matter.

This book would make a good gift idea to a young person who is starting to have interest in UFOs and strange subject matter.
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