From youth tonics and Ponzi schemes to voodoo and vampires, people will believe anything. This book takes a light and humorous look at the myths, superstitions, and bad ideas that litter history, science, and culture.
Articles range from the anecdotal to over 1000 words, and cover an array of topics, including medical quackery, urban myths, cults, and bad geography.
Everyone from young adults to senior citizens will learn something new in these pages, and have a few laughs at humanity’s foibles along the way.
Page Count: 272
Trim Size: 5 3/8 X 8 1/4
ISBN 13: 978-1-68022-175-6