The Curse of the Pharaohs' Tombs

Tales of the unexpected since the days of Tutankhamun

Paul Harrison

* The case of Circus Giant - Giovanni Belzoni

* Howard Carter's fear of Anubis

* The Haunted London Underground station

* Strange Deaths in the Valley of the Kings

* Morbid Artefacts
Date Published :
April 2017
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Illustration :
20 plus
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781781593660
Pages : 184
Dimensions : 9.5 X 6.5 inches
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$39.95

Overview
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The Curse of the Pharaoh’s Tombs is the definitive book on Ancient Egyptian tomb curses, providing new information and data never before published whilst exploring the many incidents and deaths associated with tomb curses. The book puts the record straight on matters which have been wrongly recorded by others, such as the legend of Tutankhamun, as well as presenting new data never before published associated with matters such as the torment Howard Carter suffered before his death. It also contains exclusive information and interviews with the family members and archaeologists associated with the curses, including experts at the British Museum and Cairo Museum.

Paul Harrison also covers the history of Egyptian tomb curses, why they were placed at the entrance to some tombs and not others, as well as the frightening reality of mummification after death in Ancient Egypt. Closer to home, the hundreds of deaths and haunted tube station (Museum) which are associated with the curse of Amen-Ra (housed in the British Museum) is covered along with the mysterious deaths and tragedy associated with Cleopatra’s needle on the Embankment of the River Thames.

About The Author
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Paul Harrison is a full-time writer and author of thirty-six books. A retired police officer, he uses investigative techniques to uncover new facts to help rationalise myths and legends. Paul has travelled extensively, researching tales and legends surrounding the pharaohs' curse and has spent a considerable time in Egypt committing to archaeological digs. As an active member of the world's explorer society, and the mystery and imagination group, he is a popular speaker at events and conferences, discussing the darker side of humanity and in particular. He has previously carried out expeditions to the Congo, in search of the world’s last known dinosaur, and to the Amazon, in the footsteps of missing explorer Percy Harrison-Fawcett.

REVIEWS
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"The Curse of the Pharaohs' Tombs sets the record straight on Ancient Egyptian tomb curses, providing new information and data never before published."

- SirReadaLot.org

“This book is a solid introduction to the tomb of Tutankhamun and its lengthy legacy in popular culture.”

- Midwest Book Review

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