Synopses & Reviews
Professor Jan Harold Brunvand expands his examination of the phenomenon of urban legends, those improbable, believable stories that always happen to a "friend of a friend."
"This is a fascinating book, but I still say all those stories actually happened to the mother of a friend of mine's doctor's wife." Roy Blount Jr.
The paperback version of Brunvand's latest collection of urban legends and folklore which was preceded by the bestseller The Vanishing Hitchhiker.
"A wonderfully entertaining book of American folklore and humor."--Elaine Kendall,
About the Author
Jan Harold Brunvand lives in Salt Lake City, where he is professor emeritus at the University of Utah. He is the author of numerous books, including The Vanishing Hitchhiker; The Choking Doberman; The Baby Train; Too Good to Be True; and Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid.