For you who is interested in unexplained phenomena there are many good sources for information. For the beginner there is always your local public library where you can probably find the most basic titles. And there is of course the internet – but please beware the uneven quality of information presented on the web.
To fill up your own book cases we recommend searching the following sources for titles you would like to read:
AFU Shop – this is where the AFU foundation sells surplus copies of books & magazines not needed for our preservation work. All profit from the sales go directly into maintaining the AFU archives & libraries. You will find thousands of old books (sometimes in new condition) and substantial collections & even complete volumes of the most well known magazines & newsletters in the paranormal fields. The AFU Shop has new items listed every week. If an item has been marked as out-of-stock, please check back into that item later on to see if we may have added new copies received through incoming collections.
UFO-Sweden – if interested in Swedish paranormal books especially those written by Clas Svahn. UFO-Sweden’s book shop is managed by AFU but the profits go into UFO-Sweden’s work, including field investigations of Swedish cases.
Parthenon – if interested in Swedish paranormal books in general – some of the books found on the Parthenon site originally come from AFU (surplus copies).
ArcStar Books – continuing the work of the famous Arcturus Book Service.
Veronica’s Books – where you always find literature on all kinds of anomalous phenomena.
Abebooks – where you can search for out-of-print books available in second hand books shops all over the world.
Amazon – the amazing international source of especially new books – also covering paranormal subjects.