View production, box office, & company info. Strange But True: Mysterious and Bizarre People, 1999, Page 64. I was intrigued by this book. The ending is so bad that I had to reread it to make sure I hadn't, myself, slipped inexplicably into another dimension where literature is clearly not revered. The officials told him that Taured didn’t exist, but he presented them with his passport, issued by the nonexistent country of Taured, which also showed visa stamps corroborating his previous business travels to Japan and other countries. Some accounts include intimate details such as the color of the Taured man’s jacket and suitcase to a full accounting of the foreign currencies he had in his wallet at the time. When authors purport to describe specific places they should do their research unilaterally well and be credible, not resort to cliches. Travel back in time to check out the early roles of some of Hollywood's heavy hitters. Hope to visit Taured someday. ★★★★★, "One of the greatest suspense-filled books I have ever read" ★★★★★, "If you enjoy Richard Laymon, you'll love reading Jeremy Bates" ★★★★★, "A true edge-of-your-seat thriller...I couldn't put it down!"
Plus, see what some of your favorite '90s stars look like now. In 1954, the Japanese authorities detained a man trying to enter the country with a passport that revealed he was from an unheard of country named 'Taured.' The man was described as a neatly-dressed middle-aged Caucasian man. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? The man was described as a neatly-dressed middle-aged Caucasian man. Mosquito Man: An edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller (World's Scariest Legends), Island of the Dolls (World's Scariest Places - A psychological horror thriller), Helltown (World's Scariest Places - A gripping horror thriller), The Catacombs (World's Scariest Places - A psychological horror thriller), Suicide Forest (World's Scariest Places - A psychological horror thriller), The Sleep Experiment: An edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller (World's Scariest Legends), Mountain of the Dead (World's Scariest Places - A gripping horror thriller), "Jeremy Bates writes like a deviant angel I'm glad doesn't live on my shoulder" ‒, Winner, "Reader Views Literary Awards" Horror Novel Award, 2018-2019, for "Mountain of the Dead. The novels in the "World's Scariest Places" series are set in real locations and include Suicide Forest in Japan, The Catacombs in Paris, Helltown in Ohio, Island of the Dolls in Mexico, Mountain of the Dead in Russia, and Hotel Chelsea in New York City. So far, there is nothing extraordinary to note... Customs service at Haneda Airport in 1950s. Add the first question. Directions from Taured to Andorra are available on Google Maps. It vanished from public awareness due to the print only having been published once or twice in small numbers. + No Import Fees Deposit & $9.63 Shipping to Germany. Midwest Book Review compares his work to "Stephen King, Joe Lansdale, and other masters of the art." All rights reserved. The bank that issued his cheque-book couldn’t be found anywhere either.
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And while some people may seem content with the story as it stands, our view is that there exists countless mysteries, scientific anomalies and surprising artifacts that have yet to be discovered and explained. hat means that, at the time of the alleged incident, the immigration officials at Haneda had, at maximum, two years experience in an international airport working as immigration and customs officials.
Archaeologists May Have Discovered the Birthplace of King Arthur: Legends Come to Life? Just as the customs officials were adamant that no such place existed, the increasing irate passenger was insistent that he was correct. © 2009-2020 Historic Mysteries. The Man from Taured (2015) 11min | Short, Mystery A travelling businessman is detained by airport security and he discovers that the country he departed does not exist. Please try again. However, it was mentioned in several books, including The Directory of Possibilities, 1981, Page 86 and Strange But True: Mysterious and Bizarre People, 1999, Page 64. What follows is a breakneck tale full of mystery, intrigue, and action that will keep you turning pages well past your bedtime. Going to a different dimension.
A quiet pawnshop keeper with a violent past takes on a drug-and-organ trafficking ring in hope of saving the child who is his only friend. The mystery man claimed that it was the third time he was visiting Japan from his country. There are many reported human skeletal finds which are in discordance with current evolutionary beliefs dating back to anomalously ancient geological periods in the distant past, way before it is accepted that human beings ever existed. Stereotypes such as the "Bad German" thrown around without care tend to turn me off, making me not want to read further. The man is insistent that he is from a nation over 1,000 years old situated on the border between Spain and France.
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