Tales of Unexplained Mystery by Steph Young – Blog Tour

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Thanks to Ann Cater of Random Things Tours for organising this blog tour and to Steph Young for a copy of this book in exchange for a honest and unbiased review.

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Tales of Mystery Unexplained….What happened to Elisa Lam, found dead in a water tower atop a hotel roof? Who were the two men who came to see her & what was in the mystery box they gave her? Why did the location of her gravestone match the zip code of a Bookstore, miles away?

Why was a man found in the same spot he disappeared, but 4 years later, with a hole in his head that no surgeons could explain? And what did this have to do with a séance, doppelgangers & the assassination of Abraham Lincoln? Why did a man write the Fibonacci sequence as a clue & tell a stranger he was “Looking for the Beast,” before he disappeared in the barren plains of a desert? Plus many more Tales of Mystery Unexplained.

Steph Young has appeared on national radio shows & podcasts including the UK’s The Unexplained, and Coast to Coast Am, talking about many of these mysteries.

You can also hear some of these Unexplained Mysteries on her podcast on iTunes ‘Tales of Mystery Unexplained.’

Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tales-Mystery-Unexplained-Podcast/dp/1670675947

My Thoughts

Well, as if I didn’t have enough to think about on a night time I go and read these intriguing and unexplained tales of old and newer and now I cannot stop thinking about them.

Tales of Unexpected Mystery is a collection of real-life cases that have never been fully explained.  Steph Young gathers and collates the factual evidence surrounding each case and adds in speculation, conspiracy theories and witness accounts to make these cases some of the most thought provoking things I have ever read about.  First I had to contend with the fact that there was no real closure on the cases and then I just couldn’t stop thinking about the families and friends of the people involved.  They are seriously mind-blowing – amplified by the fact that they are true cases.

Anyone who know me knows that I have strong scientific beliefs, I believe there is an explanation for things that can be proven but these cases really pushed that to the limit because some of them just don’t seem to have reason or logic behind them.  Steph Young does a brilliant job of discussing the two sides strongly.

I loved reading these fascinating stories and as they are written in short sections, they are easy to read when time is limited.  I have to say my favourite was Elisa Lam and I admit to going away to look it up.   Highly recommend these for fans of true crimes or true mysteries although don’t say that I didn’t warn you about how addictive they are.  

Author Bio – Steph Young

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Steph Young has been a guest on National Radio shows including ‘Coast to Coast AM,’ as well as many more…

Steph’s Podcast on itunes; “Tales of Mystery Unexplained” discussing Creepy Mysteries of the Unexplained

website: Stephyoungauthor.com

Twitter @StephYoungAuth

Instagram @authorstephyoung


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