"A fascinating feast of cosmic law and order...compelling reading." - New Scientist

"A very super book; mind-blowing in fact." - Brian W. Aldiss

SUPERNATURE - The legendary, ground-breaking book about the supernatural.

Lyall Watson has challenged scientific orthodoxy by applying new criteria to the investigation of supernatural phenomena. His fascinating and open-minded scientific study proves beyond doubt that science is stranger than the supernatural.

"A book of tremendous importance, perhaps the most significant book about the 'super-natural' to appear in the past decade...very exciting." - Colin Wilson in The Spectator

"One of the most open-minded books to have come my way." - Cyril Connolly

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    Supernature Reviews

  • Michelle

    Occasionally, I like to read 100% pure A-grade pseudoscience. This hit the spot. It has the added bonus of giving some glimpses into questions real scientists were asking back in the 70s.An excellent ...

  • Gayle Lui

    I read this book in secondary school, it has had a huge effect on my life and how I think about the world! ...

  • BLRBrazil

    Perhaps the most influential book I have ever read, it opened my eyes, back in the 1970s, to what a fascinating world we live in and how much we still have to learn about it and how it functions. I th...

  • Ashen

    A phenomenal introduction to the supernatural, looked at from a totally different angle. This is one of my dad's favourite books, and it's been a part of my life for as long as I can remember....

  • Alexander

    The ideas explored in this book are literally mind-blowing!...

  • Sebastian

    Some awesome (as in spectacular), though provoking and tantalizingly credible ideas which could have changed science (and anthropology) irrevocably had he stuck to the science. He did his reputation e...

  • Jeff

    Yes,this is a book revisited.written in 1973,this was stunning entry for anyone remotely interested in "how life works".written by a biologist with a novelist's skill,it still stands up very well.Most...

  • Robert

    I read this compeling book many moons ago in the 'roaring' 1970s. I loved it so much and I decided to read it again. LW explains the seemingly unexplainable in a simple way..even a child can understan...

  • Jay

    Excellent book, extremely intriguing, would recommend...

  • Kerry

    One of the most interesting books I have ever read. Read it many years ago now and I would love to revisit his research in the 21st Century. Fascinating stuff!...