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bdcoverRemember Joshua Cutchin, the crazy guy who decided to investigate the food and drink offerings of aliens, fairies, and Sasquatch in that remarkably scholarly yet fun-to-read book  A Trojan Feast? If you do, you might wonder what could he possibly do next? Well, wonder no longer.  Just released is his new book, The Brimstone Deceit: An In-Depth Examination of Supernatural Scents, Otherworldly Odors, and Monstrous Miasmas, which is equally scholarly (100 pages of endnotes and bibliography!) and probably even more fun to read, because hey, there’s something mighty smelly around here! And there is an amazing coincidence in the titling of the book, which the author details in a blog post: How a profound synchronicity led to the title of The Brimstone Deceit. The name of the game? Manipulation! Here is what our Greg Bishop, author of Project Beta, another fabulous book, thinks about Joshua’s new work: “The Brimstone Deceit can rightly be called an instant classic because it articulates a refreshingly original approach to the paranormal and more importantly, how witnesses interpret their experiences. Joshua Cutchin carefully builds his case with fascinating, startling, and entertaining accounts from throughout history to show us that when it comes to UFOs, Bigfoot, and other High Strangeness, the nose may really know what has been knocking at our doors for millennia.”

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