Just found out today that my beloved Yellow Book, which is the basis of our First Year programming course, has an insane table of contents. It is not wrong, it is wildly wrong, referring to a number of pages that don't actually exist. I've really no idea how this happened, I suspect a change of printers caught Word 2007 on the hop, causing it to kick back by inventing a page 253.
This is rather annoying as we've had loads of them printed. If you have got one of the hallowed tomes, then let me know and I'll send you a PDF with the right numbers in. The only good (if somewhat inexplicable) news, is that the index seems to be correct.