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Read & Download Atlas des lieux maudits Read & Download â PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook á Olivier Le Carrer Olivier Le Carrer á 4 Read Oliver Le Carrer brings us a fascinating history and armchair journey to the world's most dangerous and frightful places complete with vintage maps and period illustrations in a handsome volume This alluring read includes 40 locations that are rife with disaster ch Rating 5 of fiveThe Publisher Says Olivier Le Carrer brings us a fascinating history and armchair journey to the world s most dangerous and frightful places complete with vintage maps and period illustrations in a handsome volumeThis alluring read includes 40 locations that are rife with disaster chaos paranormal activity and death The locations gathered here include the dangerous Strait of Messina home of the mythical sea monsters Scylla and Charybdis the coal town of Jharia where the ground burns constantly with fire Kasanka National Park in Zambia where 8 million migrating bats darken the skies the Nevada Triangle in the Sierra Nevada mountains where hundreds of aircraft have disappeared and Aokigahara Forest near Mount Fuji in Japan the world s second most popular suicide location following the Golden Gate BridgeTHIS BOOK WAS A YULE GIFT TO ME IT SHOULD BE ON YOUR BOOKSGIVING LIST TOOMy Review History a ruling passion of my reading life contains so many byways culs de sac and dead ends that are fascinating that it s a wonder the real history ever gets told I love the odd and unsettling details that get lost when one reads only The Big Picture There are very few byways left unexplored by now wouldn t you thinkYou haven t read this book yetStart here in India Most US citizens have probably heard of Centralia Pennsylvania at some point or anothera town that sits atop a coal mine burning out of control since 1962 Now multiply that by about fifty and set it in a country where there isn t any kind or sort of centralized authority charged with keeping people safe from the conseuences of profit driven environmental rape Oh waitthat d be 45 s Murrikuh so sorry Anyway the image of Hell that is Jharia makes Centralia look like a minor dump fire

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Read & Download Atlas des lieux maudits Read & Download â PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook á Olivier Le Carrer Olivier Le Carrer á 4 Read 8 million migrating bats darken the skies; the Nevada Triangle in the Sierra Nevada mountains where hundreds of aircraft have disappeared; and Aokigahara Forest near Mount Fuji in Japan the world's second most popular suicide location following the Golden Gate Brid Don t get me wrong this is a gorgeous book reminiscent of an old sailor s journal with full drawings of maps macabre artworks of skeletons and just overall really pleasant to look at and flip through I think it s part of the appeal of this book that certainly and the enticing title Atlas of Cursed Places If you re a casual connoisseur of the macabre like me you d probably instantly think that this is the book for youBeyond the excellent packaging however there s little to be said The entries are sparse and although charming witty and captivating enough to the casual reader failed to engage both the intellect and the imagination For example why is Chateau of Montsegur has the subtitle Satan s Synagogue As an avid reader of internet Creepypasta and horror stories to me this title seems like a gift from God ironically to a writer especially in a book themed as such but alas it s the first page and the book failed to live up to its promise Maybe it s just me but I think this book should really capitalise on the stories bit the human interest since legends and mythologies is what kept these supposed cursed places alive and well in the collective human psyche not dry facts Yes birds mysteriously commit collective suicide in this place but why It s not enough to say experts say maybe it s this and that and legend had it that plus some witty sardonic joke which I actually really appreciate I love the brand of humour here at least it d be engaging if you kept to the spirit and spun a yarn Tell us a story We wanted to be entertained we wanted to be terrified we wanted to be haunted We wanted to be cursed We wanted to understand just why these places in particular are cursed This book just often felt too light hearted for me and maybe that s the point to lay down an atlas of places that was supposedly cursed but we know curses don t exist now do we Barbara to people who lack imagination who trembled at the mere mention of the Suicide Forest And I do love how this book raises awareness on those places who s not so much cursed as it is the making of mankind sometimes we do curse ourselves unnecessarily as a species I do love how this book raises awareness about climate change about global warming poverty and so on and so forth We as a species must never lose sight of ourselves especially those that we usually call less fortunate I wouldn t call their unsung and unspoken tales a real life horror story that d be an absolutely unfair judgement towards their plightBut sadly this is the bane of my generation I guess no pun intended I was born in the dark whereas you merely adopted it I have braved the dark waters of the internet in search for truly horrific and disturbing tales and frankly if I may be so honest I ve watched videos on Youtube interesting than the contents of this book Still three stars since I uite enjoyed the ride the aesthetics and it was indeed fairly entertaining could use photographs of the actual places instead of just maps though A nice addition to my bookshelf