The Science of Ufos

The Science of Ufos
Author: Alschuler, William R.

ISBN: 0-312-26225-6
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Amazon.com When it comes to UFOs, most scientists prefer to just say "no." Tackling the issue without damaging his credibility, astronomer William A. Alschuler wrote The Science of UFOs to explore how popular beliefs about aliens and spacecraft intersect with our current understanding of physics and biology. Though guaranteed to enrage extremists on both sides of the belief spectrum, he is careful to be fair to witness and investigator alike. The text is engaging, even fun, as Alschuler dives head-first into geek-out discussions of wormholes, antigravity effects, and alien DNA. He has this to say about Star Trek-style warp-drive ships: A watcher in the ship's wake would likely see the sky around the ship waver like a desert mirage as the ship accelerated away. If it happened at night or in space, the stars in the sky might appear to draw in around the ship, and as the stars crowded together this area might for a time look like a bright ring of sky. As the ship became more distant, this luminous doughnut would shrink in radius. Drawing plenty of analogies from popular science fiction, Alschuler explains his ideas clearly and forcefully. Though his conclusion--that we probably haven't been visited by extraterrestrials traveling in physical interstellar craft--is neither surprising nor especially satisfying, the process he uses to reach it is challenging, imaginative, and open-minded. These are good scientific values, well worth absorption by both the uncritical believers and the calcified skeptics of the world. --Rob Lightner From Publishers Weekly Have aliens visited Earth? Did the government conspire to cover up a UFO crash at Roswell, N.Mex.? Astronomer Alschuler (UFOs and Aliens)Awhile allowing for the possible existence of life elsewhere in our galaxyAremains skeptical that aliens have touched down on Earth. With a child's enthusiasm for the fantastic and a scientist's eye for detail, the author examines the science of alien technologies reported by eyewitnesses and featured in various media. Several reports, for example, suggest that... read more

Ufos the Final Answer

Ufos the Final Answer
Author: Barclay, David

ISBN: 0-7607-0305-1
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Wake Up Down There!, The Excluded Middle Anthology

Wake Up Down There!, The Excluded Middle Anthology
Author: Bishop, Greg (Editor) Thomas, Kenn

ISBN: 0-932813-82-8
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Paperback Adventures Unlimited Press

Book Description The great American tradition of drop-out culture makes it over the millennium mark with a collection of the best from The Excluded Middle, the critically acclaimed underground magazine of UFOs, the paranormal, conspiracies and psychedelia. Veteran conspiracy researcher and magazine publisher Greg Bishop has put together an intriguing collection with contributions from Robert Anton Wilson, Ivan Stang, Martin Kottmeyer, John Shirley, Scott Corrales, Adam Gorightly and Robert Sterling, and interviews with James Miseley, Karla Turner, Bill Moore, Kenn Thomas, Richard Boylan, Dean Radin, Joe McMoneagle and the mysterious Ira Einhorn (an Excluded Middle exclusive). Wake Up Down There! includes full versions of interviews and extra material not found in the newsstand versions. About the Author Greg Bishop currently lives in Los Angeles and has appeared on numerous television and radio shows as a conspiracy expert.

The World's Greatest Ufo Mysteries

The World's Greatest Ufo Mysteries
Author: Blundell, Nigell Boar, Roger (Contributor) Blundell, Nigel

ISBN: 0-425-12498-3
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The Humanoids : A Survey of Worldwide Reports of Landings of Unconvential Aerial Objects and Their Occupants

The Humanoids : A Survey of Worldwide Reports of Landings of Unconvential Aerial Objects and Their Occupants
Author: Bowen, Charles (ed)

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The Humanoids

The Humanoids
Author: Bowen, Charles, ed.

ISBN: 0-8092-8231-3
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The Gods of Eden

The Gods of Eden
Author: Bramley, William

ISBN: 0-940291-00-2
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They Came To Earth Millions Of Years Ago To Spread The Poison Of Hatred, War And Catastrophe... They Are With Us Still... Human history is a seemingly endless succession of bloody conflicts and devastating turmoil. Yet, inexplicably, in the light of astonshing intellectual and technological advancement, Man's progress has been halted in one crucial area: he still indulges the primitive beast within and makes war upon his neighbors. As a result of seven years of intense research, William Bramley has unconvered the sinister thread that links humanity's darkest events - from the wars of the ancient pharaohs to the assissination of JFK. In this remarkable, shocking and absolutely compelling work, Bramley presents disturbing evidence of an alien presence on Earth - extraterrestrial visitors who have conspired to dominate Humankind through violence and chaos since the beginning of time...a conspiracy which continues to this very day.

Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind: Alien Abduction, Ufos, and the Conference at M.I.T.

Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind: Alien Abduction, Ufos, and the Conference at M.I.T.
Author: Bryan, C. D. B.

ISBN: 0-679-42975-1
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Amazon.com Inspired perhaps by this summer's blockbuster film adaptation of Carl Sagan's Contact, a handful of nonfiction works have been reissued, all of which explore the possibility that we are not alone. C.D.B. Bryan's Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind--an engrossing work written for those skeptical about extraterrestrial visitors--is a compilation of testimonials and interviews about alien abductions. Bryan's sources, interviewed at a five-day academic conference held at M.I.T., include psychiatrists, researchers, science writers, "ufologists," and abductees, including John Mack, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard and author of Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens. In addition, Close Encounters includes transcripts from hypnotherapy sessions with self-described "abductees." Bryan, journalist and author of Friendly Fire (1976), blends a reporter's objectivity with great compassion for the traumatized victims of these mysterious and horrific violations. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Publishers Weekly Bryan (Friendly Fire) brings top-notch reporting skills to this open-minded account of a five-day conference on UFO abductions held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1992. Many of the purported abductees, who spoke at the symposium and in subsequent interviews with Bryan, tell of being floated aboard spacecraft by gray, four-foot-tall creatures with big heads who subjected them to clinical examinations. Bryan believes in the abductees' sincerity but remains undecided whether such... read more

Electric Ufos: Fireballs, Electromagnetics and Abnormal States

Electric Ufos: Fireballs, Electromagnetics and Abnormal States
Author: Budden, Albert

ISBN: 0-7137-2685-7
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Ufos Psychic Close Encounters: The Electromagnetic Indictment

Ufos Psychic Close Encounters: The Electromagnetic Indictment
Author: Budden, Albert

ISBN: 0-7137-2421-8
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Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Ojbects

Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Ojbects
Author: Condon, Edward U.

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The Ufo Investigator's Guide

The Ufo Investigator's Guide
Author: Coomer, David

ISBN: 0-7137-2782-9
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Book Description 12 b/w illustrations! Look at the popularity of television programs such as The X-Files and you'll realize you're not alone in your fascination with the possibility of intelligent life beyond our planet. Take your interest one step further and find out what it takes to investigate UFOs. What do extraterrestrials look like? What is the alien abduction experience like and what are the "symptoms" associated with them? How are UFOs powered? What are crop circles and how may they relate to UFOs? Who are the Men in Black and how should you act during an encounter with it? Theories that answer these questions are offered. Get details on the equipment you'll need to use on investigations, witness interviewing techniques, performing soil tests on reported landing sites, photographic and video analysis, and organizing a skywatch. Bonus : international addresses of UFO research groups and a glossary of terms. Trim size: 6 x 9 1/4.

The flying saucer reader

The flying saucer reader
Author: David, Jay (ed)

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The flying saucer reader

The flying saucer reader
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The Field Guide To UFOs : A Classification Of Various Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Based On Eyewitness Accounts

The Field Guide To UFOs : A Classification Of Various Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Based On Eyewitness Accounts
Author: Dennis W. Stacy Patrick Huyghe Harry Trumbore

ISBN: 0-380-80265-1
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-- Fate Magazine "Meaty...As either a gift or a personal acquisition, THE FIELD GUIDE TO UFOS delivers good value for its price." Book Description The classic UFO-shaped like a flying saucer with a dome on top--in reality represents but a small fraction of the mystery aerial objects people have reported seeing over the past half century or so. Eyewitnesses around the world actually describe a bewildering array of forms in flight. Here, for the first time, is a comprehensive look at the physical structure of UFOs, a book devoted to identifying and categorizing the dozens of different shapes the UFO phenomenon exhibits globally. From... read more

Earth Lights Revelation: Ufo's and Mystery Lightform Phenomena: The Earth's Secret Energy Force

Earth Lights Revelation: Ufo's and Mystery Lightform Phenomena: The Earth's Secret Energy Force
Author: Devereux, Paul Clarke, David (Contributor) Roberts, Andy (Contributor)

ISBN: 0-7137-2209-6
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Ufo's and Ufology: The First 50 Years

Ufo's and Ufology: The First 50 Years
Author: Devereux, Paul Brookesmith, Peter

ISBN: 0-8160-3800-7
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From School Library Journal YA-While keeping most references to UFOs within the last 50 years, the authors mention unusual sightings as far back as the time of the caveman. These ties to the earliest days of humans become important later on. Incidents and explanations are painstakingly detailed, as Devereux goes to great lengths to prove his logical answers, to present the scientific reasons for the final analysis of the situation, and to make certain that both sides of the story are told. While all of this may be extremely important to serious ufologists, for casual readers it may become overwhelming in some sections. The details prove to be essential to their conclusions, however, as Devereux and then Brookesmith deliver their theories of UFOs based on the years of research they and others have conducted on the subject. The conclusion they reach appears to be a theory not commonly held by the general public and opens up another topic for discussion in this controversial field. For young adults with a deep interest in the subject and with good reading and comprehension skills, this book provides a historical overview and an intriguing look into earth science, space, and the unknown. The substantial bibliography will help establish a research path. Pam Johnson, Fairfax County Public Library, VA Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. Book Description Are UFOs myth or science? As demonstrated by the recent fiftieth-anniversary commemoration of the alleged UFO crash at Roswell, doe-eyed aliens and extraterrestrial spacecraft have captured our imagination. UFOs and Ufology investigates this phenomenon, from its recorded beginnings in 1947 to the present. Filled with 120 breathtaking photographs, UFOs and Ufology walks the line between myth and reality, explores every angle and possibility, and answers the mysteries hidden inside the... read more

Making Contact: A Serious Handbook for Locating and Communication With Extraterrestrials

Making Contact: A Serious Handbook for Locating and Communication With Extraterrestrials
Author: Fawcett, Bill (Editor)

ISBN: 0-380-73154-1
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Amazon.com "When THEY land be ready, don't panic, and take notes." Making Contact is your alien landing handbook, complete with case studies, cautionary tales, diagrams, and guidelines for interplanetary contact. Tongue in cheek? Nope. This book is for real, aimed at preventing disaster when we first encounter extraterrestrials. Editor Bill Fawcett explains in the introduction: "There will be no more important event in our lifetime, perhaps in the history of the human being, than the first contact with an extraterrestrial civilization." From how to talk to ETs to alien first aid, experts in astronomy, UFOs, and biology tell you how to have a positive close encounter. Read this book and be prepared. Ingram By gathering information from top UFO researchers and acclaimed writers, editor Bill Fawcett has created the only serious handbook for locating and communicating with interplanetary visitors. From examining the levels of contact to detailing the potential hazards involved in a meeting, this accessible guide is invaluable when you come face-to-face with the unexpected. Book Description THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO MEETING THE UNIVERSE'S UNEXPECTED VISITORS Now you can prepare yourself for alien contact with this first and only guide for UFO watchers that shows you where to go, what to look for, and how to initiate contact with extraterrestrials. Bringing together the most up-to-date information available, editor Bill Fawcett gives us a fascinating and practical handbook chock-full of opinions and advice from leading scientist, UFO researchers, and extraterrestrial life exerts. An invaluable reference on how to conduct a positive--and mutually rewarding--encounter with our neighbors from beyond the stars, MAKING CONTACT examines all possible levels of contact and details the potential hazards involved in a human-to-E.T. meeting. HERE IS YOUR HANDY, ACCESSIBLE GUIDE THAT INCLUDES INFORMATION ON: what to carry with you at all times in readiness for alien contact E. T, first aid alien body types and spacecraft profiles intriguing case studies solar and terrestrial maps --everything you'll need when you come face-to-face with the unexpected.

Clear Intent: The Government Coverup of the Ufo Experience

Clear Intent: The Government Coverup of the Ufo Experience
Author: Fawcett, Lawrence Greenwood, Barry J.

ISBN: 0-13-136649-1
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The Ufo Cover-up: What the Government Won't Say

The Ufo Cover-up: What the Government Won't Say
Author: Fawcett, Lawrence Hynek, J. Allen Greenwood, Barry J.

ISBN: 0-671-76555-8
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Ingram Using recently declassified government files, the authors present a compelling argument that the government knows a great deal more about UFOs than it has sshared with the public, and has in fact deliberately concealed the findings of more than 30 years of investigations. Simon & Schuster Authors Lawrence Fawcett and Barry J. Greenwood reveal in this fascinating, thought-provoking book, based on the government's own research and internal files, what they have learned about: UFO's as a threat to national security. UFO sightings at military bases in the United States, North Africa, and the Middle East. The cover-up role of the FBI and the CIA. The presidents, legislators, astronauts, military leaders, and international scientific authorities who are on record as in favor of renewed... read more Book Description Authors Lawrence Fawcett and Barry J. Greenwood reveal in this fascinating, thought-provoking book, based on the government's own research and internal files, what they have learned about: UFO's as a threat to national security. UFO sightings at military bases in the United States, North Africa, and the Middle East. The cover-up role of the FBI and the CIA. The presidents, legislators, astronauts, military leaders, and international scientific authorities who are on record as in favor of renewed investigation of UFO's.

The Complete Book of Extraterrestrial Encounters: The Ideas of Carl Sagan, Erich Von D?Aniken, Billy Graham, Carl Jung, John C. Lilly, John G. Fulle

The Complete Book of Extraterrestrial Encounters: The Ideas of Carl Sagan, Erich Von D?Aniken, Billy Graham, Carl Jung, John C. Lilly, John G. Fulle
Author: Fitzgerald, Randall

ISBN: 0-02-095500-6
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UFO Exist!

UFO Exist!
Author: Flammonde, Paris PUT, HC:

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Paperback Ballantine Books

Book Description Did flying saucers visit ancient Egypt? Why has there been a rash of unexplained sightings over the last three decades? What is the reason for the official Washington hush-up? This remarkably comprehensive volume supports the conclusion of Paris Flammonde that, "beyond conjecture, beyond argument, beyond a shadow of a doubt, Unidentified Flying Objects are real." Here are firsthand accounts of sightings and the extraordinary deceits that followed . . . unsolved mysteries and official double-talk . . . indisputable facts and hard evidence that UFO EXIST! "Convincingly shows how military and government agencies have suppressed or distorted testimony in many UFO cases." -- Publishers Weekly

Ufo's: Interplanetary Visitors

Ufo's: Interplanetary Visitors
Author: Fowler, Raymond E.

ISBN: 0-553-13299-7
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Paperback Bantam Books

Book Description A UFO investigator reports on the facts, fables, and fantasies of the flying saucer conspiracy. Exciting, fully documented on-site personal investigations of UFOs. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Visionaries, Mystics, and Contactees

Visionaries, Mystics, and Contactees
Author: Freixedo, Salvador Keel, John

ISBN: 0-9626534-4-6
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Introduction by John Keel. Translated by Scott Corrales

Above Top Secret : The Worldwide Ufo Cover-Up

Above Top Secret : The Worldwide Ufo Cover-Up
Author: Good, Timothy

ISBN: 0-688-09202-0
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Paperback Acacia Press, Inc.

Amazon.com I can't say that I agree with everything Good proposes in this book, but he does raise some interesting possibilities about UFOs. Good is not claiming that UFOs are extraterrestrial, but simply that they do exist and that the governments of the world have been hiding evidence of this fact. His study is exhaustive but would still be worth reading just to examine the facsimile copies of confidential and secret documents from the U.S., Canada, and Europe, as well as the controversial MJ-12 documents. From Library Journal Good is a respected British broadcast journalist and UFO investigator. His main purpose in writing this book is to prove that many national governments continue to suppress information about UFOs that might prove disturbing to the public. Focusing on the post-World War II era, Good includes a large number of worldwide sightingsmany of which will be new to American readers. This study is broader in scope than Lawrence Fawcett and Barry J. Greenwood's Clear Intent ( LJ 6/15/84), which was based on... read more --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-Up

Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-Up
Author: Good, Timothy

ISBN: 0-688-07860-5
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Alien Contact: Top-Secret Ufo Files Revealed

Alien Contact: Top-Secret Ufo Files Revealed
Author: Good, Timothy

ISBN: 0-688-13510-2
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From Kirkus Reviews Not only do the aliens walk among us but, until recently, they were working tentacle-in-hand with the US military--or so British ufologist Good (Above Top Secret, 1988) implies in this erratically organized, incredible report. While Good's earlier book made a well-documented case for clandestine federal involvement in UFO research, this more anectodal study will convert few to the cause. Despite the tantalizing subtitle, much of what Good presents is familiar fare, beginning with his selection of reported run-ins between aircraft and UFOs. He focuses next on the provocative (and well-covered elsewhere) controversy about alleged UFO culpability in cattle mutilations. A close-up look at strange doings at a Colorado ranch plagued by mutilations sheds more mystery than light (``At about two a.m...a mechanical-sounding voice was heard coming from all the radio and TV speakers....`Attention. We have allowed you to remain. We have interfered with your lives very little. Do not cause us to take action which you will regret' ''), while Good's rapid-fire rundown of assorted purported human-alien contacts rehashes old cases like the Roswell incident (alien bodies recovered in 1947 in New Mexico). A gnarly discussion of intelligence community disinformation about UFOs follows, leading to Good's core case: the testimony of physicist Bob Lazar, who claims to have worked at an Air Force test site in Nevada where he tinkered with extraterrestrial craft and learned that aliens had been in ``liaison'' with the military until a 1979 ``incident'' resulted in the death of 66 humans and the flight of the ETs, who left their craft behind. Good does admit that Lazar's credibility has been shaken by a recent conviction for pimping. True believers will be interested to learn that Jesus may have been a ``genetically engineered'' alien; others will want to pass in favor of the more grounded work of Jacques Vallee (Revelations, 1991, etc.). (Photographs--not seen.) -- Copyright ?1993, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Ingram In his international bestseller Above Top Secret, Good showed evidence that the U.S. and other governments have channeled millions into UFO research. Now, Good exposes the startling results of this research, based on secret government files and scores of interviews with key U.S. millitary, scientific, and intelligence personnel. Photos and illustrations.

The Ufo Report

The Ufo Report
Author: Good, Timothy (Editor)

ISBN: 0-380-71324-1
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Secret Cipher of the Ufonauts

Secret Cipher of the Ufonauts
Author: Greenfield, Allen H.

ISBN: 1-881532-04-6
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CE-5 : Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind

CE-5 : Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind
Author: Haines, Richard F. Greer, Steven Rodeghier, Mark

ISBN: 1-57071-427-4
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Book Description Are We Alone in the Universe? CE-5: a report of deliberate human behavior which was followed by an obvious response from an unidentified object and/or humanoid. The response of the craft or being included effects suggesting its response was not merely coincidental. CE-5 is the ultimate reference for authentic data on the hottest topic in UFO studies. Each file probes reports where humans around the world have seen and deliberately signalled to unidentified aerial objects or beings. Sometimes the contact results in friendly interaction with the unknown. Other outcomes are more shocking, with consequences of abduction or "medical" examination. Exhaustively researched and thoroughly referenced, CE-5 was compiled from technical data, research and eyewitness interviews. Enthusiasts, skeptics, and the just plain curious can quantify each case study to reach their own conclusions. Discover the reality of human-alien interaction: --How valid are eyewitness accounts? --What best characterizes alien behavior? --Are aggressive reactions typical of aliens or humans? --How do aliens communicate? Richard F. Haines, Ph.D., retired NASA research scientist and former Chief of the Space Humans Factors Office at Ames Research Center, was Assistant Professor of Psychology at San Jose State University before moving to the Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science as Sr. Research Scientist where he conducted advanced R&D on multimedia telecommunications for NASA's International Space Station. He is now employed by RECOM Technology, Inc., and has written five other books and NASA/FAA Technical Reports. He holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Michigan State University. Ingram "CE-5" is the ultimate reference of real data on the hottest topic in UFOs. This book documents, explains, and questions nearly 250 UFO incidents from around the world where people have deliberately tried to have contact with UFO phenomena or alien beings and succeeded.

The UFO Evidence

The UFO Evidence
Author: Hall, Richard

ISBN: 0-7607-0627-1
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UFO's from behind the Iron Curtain

UFO's from behind the Iron Curtain
Author: Hobana, Ion

ISBN: 0-285-62126-2
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Unknown Binding Souvenir Press

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Looking for the Aliens: A Psychological, Imaginative and Scientific Investigation

Looking for the Aliens: A Psychological, Imaginative and Scientific Investigation
Author: Hough, Peter Randles, Jenny (Contributor)

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Paperback Blandford Press

UFOCritique: UFOs, Social Intelligence, and the Condon Committee

UFOCritique: UFOs, Social Intelligence, and the Condon Committee
Author: Hoyt, Diana Palmer

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Swamp Gas Times: My Two Decades on the UFO Beat

Swamp Gas Times: My Two Decades on the UFO Beat
Author: Huyghe, Patrick

ISBN: 1-931044-27-9
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Paperback Paraview Press

F. Milton Olsen III, Citizens Against UFO Secrecy "The UFO book of summer 2001! ...[will] please readers looking for something other than the usual dry recitation of sightings." Peter Robbins, UFOCity.com "...one of the best journalists covering the UFO scene...fascinating, level-headed and filled with  behind-the-scenes insights... highly recommended..."

Hynek Ufo Report

Hynek Ufo Report
Author: Hynek, Allen

ISBN: 0-440-19201-3
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Paperback Dell Publishing Company

Hynek Ufo Report

Hynek Ufo Report
Author: Hynek, J. Allen

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Ufo Experience

Ufo Experience
Author: Hynek, J. Allen

ISBN: 0-345-24694-2
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The Edge of Reality: A Progress Report on Unidentified Flying Objects

The Edge of Reality: A Progress Report on Unidentified Flying Objects
Author: Hynek, Joseph Allen

ISBN: 0-8092-8209-7
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The Edge of Reality: A Progress Report on Unidentified Flying Objects

The Edge of Reality: A Progress Report on Unidentified Flying Objects
Author: Hynek, Joseph Allen,

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Invisible Residents : A Disquisition upon Certain Matters Maritime, and the Possibility of Intelligent Life Under the Waters of This Earth

Invisible Residents : A Disquisition upon Certain Matters Maritime, and the Possibility of Intelligent Life Under the Waters of This Earth
Author: Ivan Terence Sanderson

ISBN: 0-690-00351-X
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Hardcover World Publishing

Ufos and Abductions: Challenging the Borders of Knowledge

Ufos and Abductions: Challenging the Borders of Knowledge
Author: Jacobs, David M. (Editor)

ISBN: 0-7006-1032-4
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Hardcover Univ Pr of Kansas

From Publishers Weekly Is the truth out there? If so, where should we look? In this accessible academic collection, longtime UFO researcher Jacobs (The Threat), a professor of history at Temple University, assembles nine writers and scholars from several disciplines to report on the state of the UFO field. Most of the contributors seek either to bolster reports of alien landings or to establish ufology as a serious scholarly topic. Psychologist Stuart Apelle, who edits the Journal of UFO Studies, sums up previous academic studies of UFOs, then calls for moreAa call echoed by (among others) prolific UFO writer Budd Hopkins (Missing Time). McGill University psychologist Don Donderi argues that the scientific method is ill equipped to digest UFOsAlawyers, using legal standards of evidence, would handle them better, he believes, and "military intelligence analysts... have probably already drawn the proper conclusions." Michael Swords (a former Journal editor) shows how 1950s and '60s Pentagon brass deliberately fostered public skepticism. Folklorist Thomas Bullard's superb, lengthy essay concentrates not on whether there are aliens, but on what humans believe about them: contemporary "extraterrestrials," premodern European faeries and Seneca (Indian) visionary experiences are more alike than we might think. Ontario neuroscientist Michael Persinger suggests one possible reason why: certain electrical misfires in the brain, his lab's research suggests, can create strong impressions of "humanoid" visitors. Persinger's careful essay will fascinate not just the UFO-curious, but anyone with an interest in brain, mind, memory and belief. Despite its measured tone and many footnotes, the rest of the volume, however, seems largely aimed at readers who want to believe. (Sept.) Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews The anxieties of an academic outgroup form the subtext of this collection of 11 essays by UFO and abduction researchers from both inside and outside he academy.Editor Jacobs (The Treat, 1998, etc.) and his colleagues want the scientific and intellectual establishment to take reports of unidentified flying objects and tales of earthlings kidnapped by extraterrestrials seriously, but the evidence on display here is far from compelling. The contributors include three psychologists, a psychiatrist,... read more

Flying Saucers

Flying Saucers
Author: Jung, C.G.

ISBN: 0-7448-0062-5
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Synopsis C.G. Jung saw that people all over the world believe in U.F.Os, and want them to be real. This fact constitutes the starting point of a fascinating exploration of the phenomena.

Flying Saucers : A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies

Flying Saucers : A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies
Author: Jung, Carl Gustav Hull, R. F. (Translator)

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Paperback Princeton Univ Pr

Amazon.com While Jung is known mainly for his theories on the nature of the unconscious mind, he did have an interest in the paranormal. In this essay, Jung applies his analytical skills to the UFO phenomenon. Rather than assuming that the modern prevalence of UFO sightings are due to extraterrestrial craft, Jung reserves judgment on their origin and connects UFOs with archetypal imagery, concluding that they have become a "living myth." This essay is intriguing in its methodology and implications as to the nature of UFOs and their relation to the human psyche. Book Description "In the threatening situation of the world today, when people are beginning to see that everything is at stake, the projection-creating fantasy soars beyond the realm of earthly organizations and powers into the heavens, into interstellar space, where the rulers of human fate, the gods, once had their abode in the planets.... Even people who would never have thought that a religious problem could be a serious matter that concerned them personally are beginning to ask themselves fundamental... read more

UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse

UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse
Author: Keel, John

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The Mothman Prophecies

The Mothman Prophecies
Author: Keel, John A.

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Book Description West Virginia, 1966. For thirteen months the town of Point Pleasant is gripped by a real-life nightmare that culminates in a strategy that makes headlines around the world. Strange occurrences and sightings, including a bizarre winged apparition that becomes known as the Mothman, trouble this ordinary American community. Mysterious lights are seen moving across the sky. Domestic animals are found slaughtered and mutilated. And journalist John Keel, arriving to investigate the freakish events, soon finds himself an integral part of an eerie and unfathomable mystery... --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

The Mothman Prophecies

The Mothman Prophecies
Author: Keel, John A.

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Paperback Illuminet Press

Book Description A TRUE STORY OF UNEXPLAINED TERROR...

U.F.O.s Operation Trojan Horse

U.F.O.s Operation Trojan Horse
Author: Keel, John A.

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Flying Saucers: Top Secret

Flying Saucers: Top Secret
Author: Keyhoe, Donald E.

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UFOs: A Pictorial History

UFOs: A Pictorial History
Author: Knight, David C.

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The Encyclopedic Sourcebook of UFO Religions

The Encyclopedic Sourcebook of UFO Religions
Author: Lewis, James R. (Editor)

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Hardcover Prometheus Books

About the Author James R. Lewis, a world-recognized authority on nontraditional religions, teaches religious studies at the University of Wisconsin, and is the author or editor of over 20 books, including ODD GODS; DOOMSDAY PROPHECIES, and the ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CULTS, SECTS, AND NEW RELIGIONS. Book Description The macabre mass suicide by adherents of the Heaven's Gate Cult in 1997 was shocking and difficult to comprehend for most outsiders. Their bizarre mindset, which mixed New Age religion with belief in extraterrestrial visitation, struck many as unique. In fact, as the contributors to this intriguing study show, the belief in alien contact has had religious overtones since the first purported sighting of an unidentified flying object (UFO) in 1947. Moreover, the religious dimensions of the UFO phenomenon may be the key to understanding the widespread appeal of this modern craze. An expert in new religions, Professor James Lewis has here brought together twenty insightful articles by leading scholars that cover the many variations of UFO-based religions. What the contributors demonstrate is that there are persistent and salient themes underlying the diversity of beliefs centered on the UFO sightings and alleged contacts as attempts by alien ambassadors from a more advanced civilization to bring spiritual enlightenment to Earth, where humanity is seen to be floundering in ignorance. THE ENCYCLOPEDIC SOURCEBOOK OF UFO RELIGIONS discusses the histories and beliefs of prominent UFO-based sects; looks at group dynamics and other sociological factors; and presents extensive selections from the unusual literature of the various groups. This revealing and disturbing study shows that there is much more to the UFO phenomenon than simple curiosity about the possibility of life on other planets.

The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds

The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds
Author: Lewis, James R. (Editor)

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Paperback State Univ of New York Pr

Amazon.com The respected psychoanalyst, Jung pointed out many years ago that we had lost the ability to believe in salvation through a deity. In this age of doubt, when miracles are scarce, where will we, as a race, find our salvation? The interdisciplinary essays in The Gods Have Landed attempt to answer this question by exploring the UFO sighting/abduction phenomenon as a 20th-century religious experience. Even if you don't believe that reports of UFO abduction are true, this book will prove fascinating to anyone with an interest in UFOlogy, sociology, psychology or religious studies. Midwest Book Review The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds examines the religious meanings attached to UFOs by the larger society as well as specific movements that claim inspiration from "Space Brothers" and other extra-terrestrial sources. It addresses the religious dimension of the phenomenon of alien abductions, particularly the impact of extra-terrestrial life on Christian theology. Of special interest are the surveys of primary and secondary materials that make The Gods Have Landed... read more --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

UFOs The Whole Story

UFOs The Whole Story
Author: Lorenzen, Coral and Jim

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UFO's Over the Americas

UFO's Over the Americas
Author: Lorenzen, Jim Lorenzen, Coral E.

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UFO's over the Americas

UFO's over the Americas
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Truth about flying saucers

Truth about flying saucers
Author: Michel, Aime

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Watch the Skies!: A Chronicle of the Flying Saucer Myth

Watch the Skies!: A Chronicle of the Flying Saucer Myth
Author: Peebles, Curtis

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Hardcover Smithsonian Institution Press

Amazon.com It's not your typical UFO book, though it is full of contactees, conspiracy plots, and cattle mutilations. With an in-depth, although skeptical scrutiny of the UFO phenomenon, Peebles doesn't address every case but tackles the most widely quoted incidents from Kenneth Arnold's sighting of flying disks in the '40s through the abduction trends of the early '90s. While the book is biased, Peebles' research is impeccable, and he brings to light facts which many pro-UFO authors tend to neglect. From Publishers Weekly Aerospace historian Peebles ( The Moby Dick Project ) argues that all UFO reports are misinterpretations of conventional objects, atmospheric phenomena, drama, delusional experiences, or else hoaxes. His debunking chronicle of UFO phenomena--extending from pilot Kenneth Arnold's 1947 sighting of craft near Mount Rainier in Washington to the modern era--is marred by highly selective reporting, distortions and omissions. His often superficial coverage of close encounters, abduction cases, reports... read more

Open Skies, Closed Minds: For the First Time a Government Ufo Expert Speaks Out

Open Skies, Closed Minds: For the First Time a Government Ufo Expert Speaks Out
Author: Pope, Nick

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From Booklist If Pope is correct, Earth is currently in the middle of an interplanetary war. He claims that while he was stationed at the "UFO Desk" of Britain's Ministry of Defense, he studied UFO sightings as well as crop circles and cattle mutilations--all of which led him to the conclusion that the aliens are here, and they aren't friendly. He believes it is time the British government and the world in general rally to confront the invaders. The author openly compares himself to Fox Mulder of TV's X-Files in his struggles to bring forth the hidden evidence of the security danger to planet Earth. This work, which originally was published in England and was a best-seller there, is one for the true believers. Although numerous incidents are cited, actual evidence is lacking, and logic is often absent from the author's arguments. Nevertheless, the topic is perennially popular, and Pope's belief in UFOs will attract attention. Eric Robbins From Kirkus Reviews As a career civil servant with Britain's Ministry of Defence, Pope served a three-year stint in the early 1990s as chief investigator of UFO sightings in the United Kingdom. He began as a skeptic and ended up a true believer. This book, a bestseller in Britain, attempts to explain his conversion but does a poor job of it. Fully a third of the book is spent discussing what is by now a familiar litany of UFO-related phenomena: Roswell, Area 51, the US Air Force ``Blue Book'' of UFO investigations,... read more Book Description Terrifying abductions...Unidentified spacecraft...Secret alien autopsies...Government cover-ups... It's real. It's happening. And a government insider has the chilling facts... A Canadian geologist is blasted in the chest by the heat from a landed UFO, a grid pattern of the exhaust vent burned onto his skin... A Texas restaurant owner develops radiation sickness after her terrifying close encounter... Belgian F-16 pilots try to intercept a huge triangular-shaped UFO that proceeds to fly rings around their aircraft in a chase lasting seventy-five minutes... It's not science fiction. It's science fact. Aircraft are being brought down or disappearing under mysterious circumstances. People are being taken against their will and forced to endure terrifying examinations. Cattle are found butchered and mutilated by lasers. In this chilling expos? of his years spent at the UFO desk of the British Ministry of Defence, Nick Pope opens up his actual government X-files and reveals the uncensored, undeniable facts to support his shattering conclusions... --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

Zen in the Art of Close Encounters: Crazy Wisdom and Ufo's

Zen in the Art of Close Encounters: Crazy Wisdom and Ufo's
Author: Pursglove, Paul David (Editor)

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Faces of the Visitors: An Illustrated Reference to Alien Contact

Faces of the Visitors: An Illustrated Reference to Alien Contact
Author: Randle, Kevin D. Estes, Russ

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Paperback Fireside

Amazon.com Renowned UFO researcher Kevin Randle has scoured UFO reports from sources such as the U.S. government's "Blue Book" project and has collected cases where the occupants of these strange crafts were observed. Faces of the Visitors catalogs the appearances of these visitors, from the space-suited aliens of the 1940s to the ubiquitous gray aliens of the 1990s. Randle gives his expert opinion on the credibility of the accounts as well as a thorough bibliography of the sources for each (a boon for UFO researchers). Faces of the Visitors is an important reference for comparing cases of alien contact and for determining the possible influence of the popular media on the growing body of UFO reports. Ingram It's here--the first illustrated, comprehensive, and authoritative album of alien visitors ever produced--complete with fascinating, detailed drawings, breathtaking, you-are-there-accounts, and experts' evaluations of each encounter. 80 illustrations. SimonSays web site feature.

The Abduction Enigma

The Abduction Enigma
Author: Randle, Kevin D. Estes, Russ Cone, William P.

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Hardcover St. Martin's Press

From Kirkus Reviews A well-written anti-abduction perspective on alien encounters that systematically examines and refutes each argument used by abduction proponents. Although Randle (UFO Crash at Roswell, not reviewed), Estes (who has interviewed scores of people who claim to have been abudcted by aliens), and psychologist Cone admit to having had alien encounters and other paranormal experiences, they conclude that every phenomenon theyve investigated had a natural explanation. The authors first present the benign visitation accounts from the 1940s and `50s, which evolved into single-event abductions and later into multiple-abduction accounts. They even present the case of an abductee who claims to have come from a family of abductees. Throughout the book, the authors mention news accounts, science fiction books, and movies, part of the common culture, that can account for some of the parallels among various abductee reports. Abduction researchers, some with whole chapters devoted to them, are attacked for creating stories that fit together seamlessly. Not only are these researchers tending to report only the pieces that fit their theories, but they use techniques such as hypnosis and even ``the leading question method'' to make the subject highly suggestible and induce memories. The book divides those who have encountered aliens into ``contactees'' and ``abductees.'' The former tell of getting a ride on the alien ship and perhaps a glimpse of the future. The latter tell of hybrid alien-human fetuses, bodily implants that appear and disappear, and the ubiquitous rectal probe. A whole chapter is devoted to the sexual components of abduction accounts, ranging from cold dispassionate reproductive experiments to sex-starved space travelers who seem to enjoy ``sex for the sake of sex.'' These three self-proclaimed believers have actually debunked every paranormal abduction phenomenon with a well-reasoned terrestrial explanation. (Radio satellite tour) -- Copyright ?1999, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. Book Description An investigation of the Alien Abduction Phenomenon Is alien abduction real, or are the answers to its legacy buried in the human psyche? Do we now have the knowledge to understand the forces behind abduction, or are we still stumbling in the dark? Finally the evidence to answer these questions has been uncovered. Kevin D. Randle, Russ Estes, and Dr. William P. Cone have been breaking new ground in the study of UFOs for the past twenty-five years. Among them, they have expertise in military... read more

Ufo Casebook

Ufo Casebook
Author: Randle, Kevin D.

ISBN: 0-446-35715-4
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Mass Market Paperback Warner Books

Exhaustively researched and thoroughly documented--with newly revealed information buried for years in U.S. government files--The UFO Casebook is the only source tracing UFO history from the first modern sighting to the present day.

Scientific Ufology: How the Application of Scientific Methodology Can Analyze, Illuminate, and Prove the Reality of Ufos

Scientific Ufology: How the Application of Scientific Methodology Can Analyze, Illuminate, and Prove the Reality of Ufos
Author: Randle, Kevin, D.

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From Publishers Weekly Coauthor with Dennis Schmitt of UFO Crash at Roswell and The Truth About the UFO Crash at Roswell, Randle is a big name in the study of UFOs. Here, the retired air force captain issues a plea for scientific rigor. Laying out a sound method for UFO research is important, he writes, because government-sponsored projects have a history of bias, creating a need for neutral studies. Randle's criteria for what constitutes a sighting worthy of investigation include eyewitness testimony (preferably by multiple witnesses in different locations) photographic evidence and written documentation (most valuable if recorded immediately or within a very short time of the event). Randle then recounts 15 cases of sightings that he contends meet his criteria. These studies comprise the bulk of the book as Randle provides painstaking critiques of the investigations conducted in each case, poking holes in the findings of government officials and commissions. Randle takes pains to appear disinterested: "There is no evidence that conclusively proves that UFOs represent alien visitation," he writes in the book's final chapter. "There is, however, a great deal of evidence that is suggestive of that conclusion." Randle is an expert at bringing the language of science to the topic of UFOs. The problem is that methodology is dry stuff to begin with, and Randle, almost as if he thought a little color would diminish his credibility, makes no attempt to liven things up. (Sept.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. UFO Magazine "Well worth your time and money."

Beyond Explanation?: The Paranormal Experiences of Famous People

Beyond Explanation?: The Paranormal Experiences of Famous People
Author: Randles, Jenny

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Hardcover Salem House Publishing

Mind Monsters: Invaders from Inner Space?

Mind Monsters: Invaders from Inner Space?
Author: Randles, Jenny

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UFO Conspiracy: From the Official Case Files of the World's Leading Nations

UFO Conspiracy: From the Official Case Files of the World's Leading Nations
Author: Randles, Jenny

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Ufo's That Never Were

Ufo's That Never Were
Author: Randles, Jenny Roberts, Andy Clarke, D., Dr

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Hardcover London House

Book Description Attitude towards ufology need not only be black and white, believer or skeptic; there is another way, as this groundbreaking book makes clear. Three noted ufological investigators present a range of international case studies where a strong argument for positive UFO identification was once logged but, after the evidence was exhaustively analyzed…found wanting. The reader is led through the detective work as it was undertaken by the authors and others and is shown how reported sightings - in some case faithfully recorded and genuinely believed - have proved to be honest mistakes, fakes, or false identifications. It is a book with laudable aims. It provides both a salutary lesson for the unquestioning believer, hopefully persuading this element of the readership to adopt a more studied approach, and shows the doubter that many ufologists are prepared to pursue the most stringent evaluations of sightings to further their knowledge, and the understanding of others. All those intrigued by the topic will learn from this volume and, at the very least, will be shown that thorough investigation is never wasted. About the Author Jenny Randles is one of Britain's leading commentators on ufology and the paranormal. She has written over 20 books and has contributed to many TV and radio programs. Dr. David Clarke is a journalist and writer who has established a unique working relationship with the Ministry of Defense on various ufological investigations. Andy Roberts has worked on several TV programs devoted to this subject and written extensively for magazines in the field.

The Omega Project: Near-Death Experiences, Ufo Encounters, and Mind at Large

The Omega Project: Near-Death Experiences, Ufo Encounters, and Mind at Large
Author: Ring, Kenneth

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Hardcover William Morrow

From Library Journal Ring, author of Life at Death (Quill: Morrow, 1982), compares the experiences of UFO abductees to the out-of-body journeys of those near death. Initially, his title seems misleading. He mixes a few archetypes and fairy tales with some philosophy and religion, the result of which is a theory regarding the "encounter-prone personality." This type of person represents the spiritual evolution of humankind, people who are tapped into the "Mind at Large"--i.e., a creative, helpful force that will assist us in saving ourselves and our planet from destruction. This book differs from other UFO material in that the question of whether the encounters are real or not is not at issue. The symbolism is what matters, e.g. abductees usually report receiving a physical examination from the aliens. Ring sees this as a warning that we need to examine and to heal ourselves. Loaded with case histories of near-death experiences and UFO encounters, questionnaires, and impressive notes and bibliography, this will appeal to general readers. -Maureen R. Shields, New City Lib., N.Y. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews A suffocating attempt to squeeze UFOs and NDEs (near-death experiences) into the same psychospiritual pigeonhole. Ring (Psychology/Univ. of Conn. at Storrs), well known for his research into near-death experience (Heading for Omega, 1984, etc.), reports that he long resisted investigating other species of paranormal activity (``I don't do UFOs,'' he would exclaim). This blockade ended in 1987, when Whitley Strieber's Communion (Strieber contributes a foreword here) fell into his hands. Ring was... read more

Alien Abductions: The Mystery Solved

Alien Abductions: The Mystery Solved
Author: Rogo (Editor) Randles, Jenny

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Report on Unidentified Flying Objects

Report on Unidentified Flying Objects
Author: Ruppelt, Edward J

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Hardcover Doubleday

About the Author Captain Edward J Ruppelt was not only the head of the United States Air Force's secret Project Bluebook project, that studies UFO's, he was also the head of the Air Force's earlier similar project named "Project Grudge" This man knew more about UFO's than probably any other person alive, at least in the US. His credibility on this subject was such that the President of The United States would ask for and sincerely listen to his advice if UFO's became an issue, and according to Capt Ruppelt, they did in the late 1940's Book Description Back in Print after 45 years, the book they didn't want you to Read. Edward Ruppelt was in Charge of the Air Forces Project Bluebook in the 50's. His book is one of the first that shows what the US government actually knows about UFO's. In this landmark work that is now republished with a forward by Drunvalo Melchizedek, Ruppelt discusses: Have US Jet Fighters ever fought with UFO's? Was the Maury Island Mystery a hoax? Did flying saucers ever really buzz the white house? Are there authentic photos of UFO's? And what is the true story behind the Lubbock Lights? As the Houston Chronicle said in 1955 " Others who have written on this subject intimated they were conferring with officials in the inner sanctum. This book, which may well become the bible of the UFO devotees, makes clear that Ruppelt is the inner sanctum"

Invisible Residents

Invisible Residents
Author: Sanderson, Ivan

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Uninvited visitors: a biologist looks at UFO's

Uninvited visitors: a biologist looks at UFO's
Author: Sanderson, Ivan Terrence

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Hardcover Cowles Education Corp

UFOs? YES!

UFOs? YES!
Author: Saunders, David R.

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UFOs? YES!

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UFOs? Yes! Where the Condon committee went wrong

UFOs? Yes! Where the Condon committee went wrong
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Ufo-Dynamics: Psychiatric and Psychic Dimensions of the Ufo Syndrome

Ufo-Dynamics: Psychiatric and Psychic Dimensions of the Ufo Syndrome
Author: Schwarz, Berthold Eric

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Paperback Rainbow Books, Inc.

World Atlas of Ufo's

World Atlas of Ufo's
Author: Spencer, John

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Phenomenon: Forty Years of Flying Saucers

Phenomenon: Forty Years of Flying Saucers
Author: Spencer, John (Editor) Evans, Hilary (Editor)

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Cyberbiological Studies of the Imaginal Component in the UFO Contact Experience

Cyberbiological Studies of the Imaginal Component in the UFO Contact Experience
Author: Stillings, Dennis (ed)

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The UFO Enigma: A New Review of the Physical Evidence

The UFO Enigma: A New Review of the Physical Evidence
Author: Sturrock, Peter A.

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From Publishers Weekly If the truth is out there, why haven't we found it? A 1997 conference at the Pocantico center in Tarrytown, N.Y., assembled UFO researchers and distinguished air and space scientists to review theories and evidence concerning inexplicable lights, big disks and other odd, exciting stuff in the sky. If they produced no new conclusions, their work certainly makes informative reading. A professor emeritus of Space Science and Astrophysics at Stanford, Sturrock synthesizes the conference reports and deliberations into 120 carefully considered pages. One presentation (in Sturrock's summary) shows why some UFOs can be explained as weather-related phenomena. Another shows why UFO investigators and SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) radio astronomers don't get along. Sturrock calls for more, and more widely available, research into UFOs; he notes that physical scientists, while not trained to evaluate witness reports, can analyze material evidence. Most of the rest of the book is comprised of essays ("Post-Pocantico Reflections") and "Case Material" (about specific UFO reports) by a variety of hands. Richard Haines considers a Frisbee-shaped aerial object in a vacationer's photo; Jennie Zeidman reports on "A Helicopter-UFO Encounter Over Ohio." The ongoing French study called GEPAN or SEPRA emerges as a leader in recent studies of UFOs, decidedly on the back burner in the United States. All the contributors write in the impersonal, precise, deliberately colorless language proper to scientific journal articles. If the results are less than thrilling, they represent a hoard of raw information, and some admirably cautious reasoning, from which any reader who already cares about UFOs might be glad to learn. Photos, charts and diagrams not seen by PW. (Nov.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews A comprehensive investigation of encounters with unidentified flying objects, all the more riveting because it is both skeptical and scrupulously objective. What facts do we have regarding UFOs? asks an international team of scientists headed by Sturrock (Physics/Stanford Univ.). What is the physical evidence, and what is it trying to tell us? Taking pains to avoid sounding frivolous, the team reviews the records of UFO encounters. Many can be explained as misinterpretations of such man-made... read more

Angels and Aliens: Ufo's and the Mythic Imagination

Angels and Aliens: Ufo's and the Mythic Imagination
Author: Thompson, Keith

ISBN: 0-201-55084-9
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From School Library Journal YA-- In dealing with a subject as inherently out of the ordinary as ``Ufology,'' it might seem a daunting task to distinguish the more worthwhile books from the merely exploitative. In recent years some researchers have begun to focus their investigations, as Jung in the beginning suggested, on questions of psychology, culture, and myth. Thompson follows this bent. Neither disciple nor debunker, he presents a balanced and informative account of the subject. His book should be useful in satisfying YAs' curiosity, as he goes back to original reports, interviews, and historical context to tell the facts of famous UFO incidents. Against this reportorial backdrop, Thompson traces the development of the UFO ``believer'' subculture and the equally adamant opposition to it. He makes ancient myths come alive as he uses them to lend perspective and depth to various aspects of ufology; in doing so he enters what might be seen as ``new age'' territory, showing a sense of wonder and adventurousness tempered by a social concern. This book might even satisfy those who are seeking sensationalism, since UFOs are always rather strange, even when treated (as here) responsibly. Thompson does not provide any definitive answers, but for thoughtful readers, Angels and Aliens will be a treat. - Christine C. Menefee, Fairfax County Public Library, VA Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! A plane! A UFO! An angel! It's all of this and more, according to free-lancer Thompson (New Age magazine, etc.), whose debut book champions the view that flying saucers have soared to earth from ``mythic horizons and imaginal realms,'' and that the public's fascination with these pixilated objects is really ``a religious search to recover lost intimacy.'' As Thompson observes, most ufologists fall into two camps- -those who identify UFOs as alien spacecraft, and... read more

Alien Identities : Ancient Insights Into Modern UFO Phenomena

Alien Identities : Ancient Insights Into Modern UFO Phenomena
Author: Thompson, Richard L.

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Whitley Strieber, author of Communion and many other UFO books "...Alien Identities is absolutely seminal, a real ground breaker...A "must-read" addition to the field." --This text refers to the Paperback edition. Berthold Schwarz, M.D., psychiatrist and author of UFO Dynamics "...stimulating, well organized, and an encyclopedic smorgasbord of UFO data and ancient Indian counterparts...stands to become a classic." --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Fastwalker

Fastwalker
Author: Torme, Tracy Vallee, Jacques F.

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Paperback Frog Ltd

Ingram Internationally known UFO researcher Jacques Vallee brings together a vastly different group of people with only one thing in common--they all believe in UFOs. An Air Force pilot is killed over a secret base in Nevada, called Dreamland. Alien abductee Rachel Rand is being pursued by a cult of UFO believers convinced that the end of the world is near, and reporter Peter Keller is following any lead to solve the mystery of alien abductions. 2 cassettes. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.

Dr. Karla Turner w/ Wes Nations & Greg Bishop - 7/9/94

Dr. Karla Turner w/ Wes Nations & Greg Bishop - 7/9/94
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Dr. Karla Turner w/ Wes Nations & Greg Bishop - 7/9/94

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Into the Fringe: A True Story of Alien Abduction

Into the Fringe: A True Story of Alien Abduction
Author: Turner, Karla

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Masquerade of Angels

Masquerade of Angels
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Taken: Inside the Alien-Human Abduction Agenda

Taken: Inside the Alien-Human Abduction Agenda
Author: Turner, Karla

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Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact

Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact
Author: Vallee, Jack Vallee, Jacques F.

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From Publishers Weekly Vallee, a California astrophysicist, here analyzes UFO sightings that he has investigated personally and concludes that UFOs are real, but that, far from being the emissaries of extraterrestrial civilizations, they represent "a yet unrecognized level of consciousness, independent of man but closely linked to the earth." He argues that we will understand the UFO phenomenon only when we expand our view of the physical universe beyond four dimensions, and he urges scientists to take a greater interest in the subject because certain sightings that he has researched, particularly in Brazil, show that UFOs offer both a complex technology (probably microwave) and a hostile potential. Vallee's ( Dimensions ) theories will doubtless upset conventional ufologists, while nonbelievers will preserve their skepticism. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Library Journal The audience for books on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) remains strong--the 1989-90 edition of Books in Print lists over 100 adult titles. Vallee's Anatomy of a Phenomenon ( LJ 6/1/65) helped provide scientific respectability to the study of UFOs. While Vallee stresses the need to maintain scientific objectivity and a critical attitude, he is not afraid to offer theories which go beyond traditional extraterrestrial hypotheses. Among the 100 cases reported here are some in which observers... read more --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Book Description "A core curriculum for anyone with a serious interest in ufology . . ." The Kirkus Reviews Dr. Jacques Vallee is widely recognized as the premier investigating scientist in UFO research today. Going far beyond theoretical analysis, Dr. Valle meticulously documents his own firsthand investigations into sightings around the world with breathtaking eyewitness accounts of alien contact. Complete with maps, sketches, diagrams, and on-the-spot photographs.

Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO's in Space

Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO's in Space
Author: Vallee, Jacques

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Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO's in Space

Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO's in Space
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Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO's in Space

Anatomy of a Phenomenon: UFO's in Space
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Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma

Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma
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Challenge to Science: The Ufo Enigma

Challenge to Science: The Ufo Enigma
Author: Vallee, Jacques Vallee, Jacques F.

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Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact

Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact
Author: Vallee, Jacques

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From Publishers Weekly Vallee, a California astrophysicist, here analyzes UFO sightings that he has investigated personally and concludes that UFOs are real, but that, far from being the emissaries of extraterrestrial civilizations, they represent "a yet unrecognized level of consciousness, independent of man but closely linked to the earth." He argues that we will understand the UFO phenomenon only when we expand our view of the physical universe beyond four dimensions, and he urges scientists to take a greater interest in the subject because certain sightings that he has researched, particularly in Brazil, show that UFOs offer both a complex technology (probably microwave) and a hostile potential. Vallee's ( Dimensions ) theories will doubtless upset conventional ufologists, while nonbelievers will preserve their skepticism. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal The audience for books on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) remains strong--the 1989-90 edition of Books in Print lists over 100 adult titles. Vallee's Anatomy of a Phenomenon ( LJ 6/1/65) helped provide scientific respectability to the study of UFOs. While Vallee stresses the need to maintain scientific objectivity and a critical attitude, he is not afraid to offer theories which go beyond traditional extraterrestrial hypotheses. Among the 100 cases reported here are some in which observers... read more

Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact

Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact
Author: Vallee, Jacques

ISBN: 0-8092-4586-8
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Hardcover McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Books

Book Description Throughout the modern UFO era, thousands of honest scientists and informed laymen have seen through the official denials, the suppressions, and the whitewash -- and realized that, indeed, we are not alone. To them, author Jacques Vallee, the world's most renowned UFO expert, presents a tantalizing question. What if -- just if -- these alien visitors are Not from other planets? What if they have always been among us? What if we can finally prove the case to which so much evidence points: That they have lived on earth for centuries, perhaps, from the beginning of time. That they may inhabit another dimension, a dimension so startlingly different from our own that our consciousness lurches to experience it religiously. At once exhilarating and persuasive, Vallee's brilliant insights include a metaphysical odyssey through some of the most mystifying incidents in religious and mythological lore. The miraculous visions of the Lady of Fatima in 1917. The "cloudships" said to have visited medieval France. The ancient Tzeltal Indians of Mexico kidnapped by flying half humans. With his unparalleled knowledge of thousands of close encounters. Vallee -- the UFO authority celebrated in Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind -- constructs an eye-opening, yet ultimately irresistible theory: one that reveals the shocking reality of the ever-present, ever-powerful interdimensional aliens of Earth... and humanity's persistent inability to understand them. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Ingram Vallee, a trained astrophysicist holding a doctorate in computer science, has reviewed the evidence supporting UFO sightings and has concluded that "alien" visitations are neither figments of imaginations, nor are they coming from other planets or galaxies. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Invisible College

Invisible College
Author: Vallee, Jacques

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Messengers of Deception

Messengers of Deception
Author: Vallee, Jacques

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Passport to Magonia

Passport to Magonia
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Revelations

Revelations
Author: Vallee, Jacques Vallee, Jacques

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From Library Journal Vallee, a respected investigator in a difficult field (he was the real-life model behind the French scientist in Steven Spielberg's film Close Encounters of the Third Kind ), here presents the final volume of his recent trilogy of reports. (The first two are Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact , Contemporary Bks., 1988, and Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact , LJ 3/1/90.) Readers with some background in the puzzling UFO phenomenon of the last 40 years will appreciate his insights. He pulls no punches with both government obfuscation and the lunatic fringe of UFO cultists. Most valuable is his international scope. There are few answers here, but several suggestions for rational lines of research. Recommended. - Jeanne S. Bagby, formerly with Tucson P.L., Ariz. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews Bracing finale to Vallee's ``Alien Contact trilogy'' (Dimensions, 1988; Confrontations, 1990), as the ufologist brings some famous UFO cases down to earth--and into the mud. In Dimensions, Vallee presented his theory that UFOs are probably not spacecraft but manifestations of a consciousness- controlling ``technology'' from ``dimensions beyond spacetime''; in Confrontations, he bolstered that theory with examples from his own casebook. Here, deftly blending theory and memoir, he attempts to... read more

Ufo Chronicles of the Soviet Union: A Cosmic Samizdat/304076

Ufo Chronicles of the Soviet Union: A Cosmic Samizdat/304076
Author: Vallee, Jacques Castello, Martine

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From Publishers Weekly Before Gorbachev, the study of UFOs in Russia depended on samizdat dissemination, but with the advent of glasnost, publication of UFO sightings is no longer restricted, according to the author. In 1990, American ufologist Vallee ( Revelations ) visited the Soviet Union with French journalist Martine Castello to talk with scientists and interview those who claim to have contact with UFOs. Like accounts of sightings in this country, the Soviet sightings generally feature space vehicles either round or saucer-shaped, with creatures, if present, more or less anthropomorphic and ranging in height from three to 10 feet, some with three eyes or outsize mouths. Only believers in UFOs will find this report convincing. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Kirkus Reviews Newsworthy brief by ufologist Vallee (Confrontations, 1990, etc.) on how the Iron Curtain hid from Western eyes not only a people in chains but also perhaps a star-fleet's worth of UFOs and their bug-eyed occupants. It was on the heels of the notorious Voronezh sightings of 1989 and the first warm breezes of glasnost that Vallee was invited by the Soviet press agency Novosti to visit the USSR to meet with leading Soviet ufologists. In this chronological account of that trip, the author blends... read more

Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact

Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact
Author: Vallee, Jacques F. Strieber, Whitley

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Ingram Vallee, a trained astrophysicist holding a doctorate in computer science, has reviewed the evidence supporting UFO sightings and has concluded that "alien" visitations are neither figments of imaginations, nor are they coming from other planets or galaxies. From the Publisher This is the first volume in Dr. Vallee's Alien Contact Trilogy. Dr. Vallee has been widely recognized and honored as the premier investigating scientist in the realm of UFO research. He was the true-life model for the scientist played by Francois Truffant in the movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." Vallee was also Steven Spielberg's chief technical advisor on the film. Trained in his native France as an astrophysicist , Dr. Vallee moved to the USA in 1962 and received his Ph.D. in... read more Book Description Throughout the modern UFO era, thousands of honest scientists and informed laymen have seen through the official denials, the suppressions, and the whitewash -- and realized that, indeed, we are not alone. To them, author Jacques Vallee, the world's most renowned UFO expert, presents a tantalizing question. What if -- just if -- these alien visitors are Not from other planets? What if they have always been among us? What if we can finally prove the case to which so much evidence points: That they have lived on earth for centuries, perhaps, from the beginning of time. That they may inhabit another dimension, a dimension so startlingly different from our own that our consciousness lurches to experience it religiously. At once exhilarating and persuasive, Vallee's brilliant insights include a metaphysical odyssey through some of the most mystifying incidents in religious and mythological lore. The miraculous visions of the Lady of Fatima in 1917. The "cloudships" said to have visited medieval France. The ancient Tzeltal Indians of Mexico kidnapped by flying half humans. With his unparalleled knowledge of thousands of close encounters. Vallee -- the UFO authority celebrated in Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind -- constructs an eye-opening, yet ultimately irresistible theory: one that reveals the shocking reality of the ever-present, ever-powerful interdimensional aliens of Earth... and humanity's persistent inability to understand them.

Forbidden Science: Journals, 1957-1969

Forbidden Science: Journals, 1957-1969
Author: Vallee, Jacques F.

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Hardcover North Atlantic Books

From Publishers Weekly Known principally as an investigator of the UFO phenomenon ( Dimensions ) and a science fiction novelist, the French-born Vallee (now a resident of the U.S.) has also worked as a computer scientist in both academia and industry. Ufologists will not find the answers to all of their questions here, for although Vallee believes that UFOs exist, he has no idea just what they are. Therein lies the excellence of his dazzling diary: it offers a glimpse into the mind of a scientist who seems to challenge every preconception and established piety. To his academic training as a mathematician and scientist, which stressed rational approaches to problems, Vallee has brought an interest in the mystical, the psychical, the paranormal. He has been a Rosicrucian and has studied the works of ancient scientists like Paracelsus. His diary is replete with profoundly insightful, often devastating observations about the strengths and weaknesses of France and the U.S., their academics and their researchers in industry. Photos. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal Vallee's Anatomy of a Phenomenon ( LJ 6/1/65) was one of the first popular studies of UFOs written by a scientist. A computer specialist, Vallee became interested in UFOs after seeing an unidentified flying object near his home in France. His journals encompass a major portion of his professional life: his initial training in astronomy, his emigration to the United States, and his close association with J. Allen Hynek, noted adviser to the U.S. Air Force on UFOs. Vallee admits that he is no... read more

Ufo's in Space: Anatomy of a Phenomenon

Ufo's in Space: Anatomy of a Phenomenon
Author: Vallee, Jacques F.

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Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference Held at M.I.T. Cambridge, Ma.

Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference Held at M.I.T. Cambridge, Ma.
Author: Various Pritchard, Andrea

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page 396, "Possible Telepathic Spread of Abduction Stories" by Brian C. Thompson page 400, "Kenneth Ring's Imaginal Realm Hypothesis" by Thomas Bullard From Booklist Whatever the cause, hundreds of people--perhaps thousands--around the world are recounting strange and vivid experiences of being abducted and medically examined by seemingly alien beings in unearthly surroundings. This volume contains the papers presented at a conference on UFO abduction experiences held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, June 13^-17, 1992. The scientists and researchers who presented the 118 papers examined the medical and physical evidence and offered their personal perspectives on this complex phenomenon. Especially interesting are reports of alleged bodily implants and the varied theories that might account for those experiences. Selected papers include "The Influence of Investigators on UFO Abduction Reports" (Thomas E. Bullard, Indiana University); "Hypnosis and Accuracy of Abduction Memory" (Stuart Appelle, SUNY-Brockport); "Physical Evidence and Abductions" (David Pritchard, MIT); "Religious Perspective of Stories: Contactee to Abductee" (J. Gordon Melton, UC^-Santa Barbara); and "Psychosocial Characteristics of Abductees" (Mark Rodeghier, University of Illinois at Chicago). The unabridged questions and comments of conference participants that followed the presentations are also reprinted. George Eberhart Jerome Clark: Ed. International UFO Reporter, UFO encyclopedia author "This is one of the best books ever published on a UFO-related subject and will be considered one of the essential works in the literature. It's a real landmark in the serious study of the phenomenon."

Ufo Visitation: Preparing for the Twenty-First Century

Ufo Visitation: Preparing for the Twenty-First Century
Author: Watts, Alan W.

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Ufo's and Their Mission Impossible

Ufo's and Their Mission Impossible
Author: Wilson, Clifford

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UFO Headquarters - Investigations on Current Extraterrestrial Activity

UFO Headquarters - Investigations on Current Extraterrestrial Activity
Author: Wright, Susan

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