Strange Stories of Alaska and the Yukon, by Ed Ferrell

Strange Stories of Alaska and the Yukon
Strange Stories of Alaska and the Yukon
ISBN: 978-0-945397-51-9
Paperback: $14.95

From the pages of early-day northern newspapers comes a startling collection of accounts of the extraordinary and the unexplained: Mammoths discovered frozen whole in the icy grip of a glacier. A tropical valley hidden deep in the wilderness. Sea serpents sighted off the Bering Sea Coast. A ghostly maiden’s endless search for the young miner she loved. Lost mines containing unimaginable wealth in gold. Ed Ferrell shines a light on these mysterious phenomena in Strange Stories of Alaska and the Yukon (160 pages).

“Strange Stories sneaks up on the reader… it’s hard to put down.”
    –The Whitehorse Star, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

“This is a book you want to read from cover to cover in one sitting.”
    –Tri-City Herald, Richland, WA

“Juneau author Ed Ferrell has mined old newspapers and magazines, picking out and polishing up some of the best nuggets. His lean, straighforward prose makes this collection of bizarre tales an enjoyable read–whether one chooses to believe them or not.”
    —The Paper, Juneau, Alaska

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