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Ron Quinn's book on "Mysterious Disappearances"
Note: Ronald Quinn passed away on August 30, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona. He was 83.
There are many strange stories that just cannot be explained. This is a collection of reported mysterious disappearances, odd happenings, sightings of little people and very strange, unexplained tales.
Treasurehunter and author Ron Quinn's book, "Mysterious Disappearances and Other Strange Tales" is a combination of two books which Ron has compiled over the decades.
People have always been mysteriously disappearing without explanation. Unexplained occurrences and spontaneous disappearances continue to haunt the imagination. Many have experienced some type of strange encounter with a startling experience UFO’s, ghostly apparitions, aliens and strange paranormal activities.
"My mysterious adventure into the unknown began in August 1942. When I was only ten years old, I saw a little man, perhaps a foot tall, standing on a window ledge. It wasn’t just an adolescent hallucination," says Ron Quinn who is now in his 80s.
"I continued to be fascinated by unexplained mysteries and other’s who had stories of little people. An article about my encounter appeared in an upstate New York weekly paper in 1989. Over the weeks, dozens of letters arrived from people describing their own encounters or similar tales from family members and friends."
The following strange tales are more unexplained mysteries- mainly about “Little People.” These tales of the Little People come from the Catskill Mountains in Upstate New York and have been gathered from people who live in the region.
Over the years, dozens of people have sent me their personal encounters or tales of little people they once heard from family members. These stories may sound unbelievable, but they were quite real to those who experienced these events.
The following stories are a glimpse into a world that lies on the fringes of our reality. Only occasionally will these mysteries reveal themselves. This is one of those times…
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By Ron Quinn. These are some of the more unusual and odd stories about unexplained disappearances and appearances collected over the decades. ISBN-13: 978-1939050045; ISBN-10: 1939050049. Cover and interior photographs and illustrations by Ron Quinn. Little person graphic from “Little People” (Galde Press). Cover design by Robert E. Zucker.
By Ron Quinn. Treasure hunting in Southern Arizona with Ron Quinn, brother Chuck, and good friends and partners, Roy Purdie and Walt Fisher is a fun read and a great book for novice or seasoned treasure hunters. Searching for hidden treasures few have ever heard of, we had discovered places that have never been visited by others to this day. Each day was a new, exciting adventure finding strange Indian caves, ancient stone walls and lost Spanish settlements. These two wonderful years would become the most adventurous times of our lives. This book is dedicated to Ron Quinn's brother Charles Quinn, Walter Fisher and Roy Purdie who accompanied Ron on these adventures into the deserts of Southern Arizona to hunt for long lost Spanish treasures. Read sample pages from Ron Quinn's new book on Treasure Hunting in Southern Arizona.
By Ron Quinn. Though well known in Upstate New York, few of us outside of the region have heard the tales and legends of the Little People of the Catskills. Ron Quinn brings you the wondrous stories of these intriguing and mysterious folk. Illustrated with Ron's clever and humorous drawings, these stories are guaranteed to entertain and delight. Have you ever seen one of these wee folk?Paperback: 148 pages. Publisher: Galde Press, Inc., September 1, 2006. Language: English/ ISBN-10: 1931942250. ISBN-13: 978-1931942256
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