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📒The Day After Roswell ✍ Philip J. Corso
✏The Day After Roswell Book Summary : Discloses the government's role in the Roswell UFO incident, explaining what actually happened and its implications
📒The Day After Roswell ✍ Philip Corso
✏The Day After Roswell Book Summary : Since 1947, the mysterious crash of an unidentified aircraft at Roswell, New Mexico, has fueled a firestorm of speculation and controversy with no conclusive evidence of its extraterrestrial origin -- until now. Colonel Philip J. Corso (Ret.), a member of President Eisenhower's National Security Council and former head of the Foreign Technology Desk at the U.S. Army's Research & Development department, has come forward to tell the whole explosive story. Backed by documents newly declassified through the Freedom of Information Act, Colonel Corso reveals for the first time his personal stewardship of alien artifacts from the crash, and discloses the U.S. government's astonishing role in the Roswell incident: what was found, the cover-up, and how these alien artifacts changed the course of 20th century history.
📒Before And After Roswell ✍ David A. Clary
✏Before and After Roswell Book Summary : The flying saucer has been the most vivid and persistent image in American life of the last half century. It has also generated more controversy and rancor than anything else that might be characterized as a fantasy. It is malleable, suiting a wide variety of beliefs and outlooks, touching nearly every public concern. It arrived as a mysterious threat from above, a metaphor for The Bomb. It transformed swiftly into a hope from above, promising to save us from ourselves. Renamed UFO, it became a symbol for those who distrusted the government. Along its way through the postwar skies, it acquired a cargo that included every species of hoax, craziness, lunacy, and even sexual fantasy, along with a fair amount of scientific and political baggage. The flying saucer myth says much about how Americans react to the unexpected. Before and After Roswell: The Flying Saucer in America, 1947-1999 places the flying saucer idea in the context of history, politics, entertainment, and science to arrive at an explanation of what it is all about and how it got that way. Because the Roswell incident--the story that a flying saucer crashed near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 and that the government has hidden the truth about it ever since--has dominated the subject recently, the book is anchored around that particular story while demonstrating that the flying saucer did exist before and after Roswell. It corrects some misconceptions, including one that holds that because a majority of people say they believe in UFOs, they therefore believe in a conspiracy to cover up the truth about them. After detailing what actually happened in Roswell in 1947, the book takes up the birth of the flying saucer earlier that year, underscoring the fact that the name originally denoted its movement, not its shape. The text then examines the Air Forces and CIAs responses to the phenomenon, and the rise of competing bands of ufologists, true believers and skeptics, to dominate debate over it. The book also addresses Cold War contributions to the UFO issue, and the role of Hollywood in providing the images that defined it. Along the way it describes the crashed-saucer tradition, the contactees, abductions, men in black, the Bermuda Triangle, ancient astronauts, cattle mutilations, the little gray alien, SETIs Drake Equation, sex and the flying saucer, and the rise of a new ufology emanating from the conspiracy culture growing out of the Kennedy assassination mythology and the Watergate scandal. Part Two of Before and After Roswell begins with the invention of the incident in 1980, then traces the history of the flying saucer idea to the end of the century. Important here are the submersion of the saucer into the larger anti-government conspiracy tradition of that period, and the increasing domination of the subject by television, including Area 51, a myth invented on a TV show, and the combined influence of reality-based cable documentaries and the amazingly popular series The X-Files. Also addressed are such things as crop circles, the MAJIC hoax, the face on Mars, UFO conspiracy fiction, and the explosion of the abduction belief. A chapter on The Battle of Roswell traces the evolution of that controversy through a succession of books by ufologists; in the end it broke down into disputed orthodoxies and feuds over who had the real crash site to charge admission to. When boosters tried to turn Roswell into a tourist attraction, their quarrels and mercenary outlook alienated the town and made the annual UFO Encounter a flop. The book concludes that the flying saucer is not a thing, but an idea, and one that will overcome the burden of
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📒The Everything Ufo Book ✍ William J Birnes
✏The Everything UFO Book Book Summary : Are extraterrestrial beings trying to contact us? Is the government covering up evidence? What is the real truth about UFOs, close encounters, and alien abduction? In this fascinating guide, UFO expert William J. Birnes covers everything from theories about the nature of UFOs to where you're likely to find them; from case studies of alien encounters to the scientific studies of otherworldly visitors. Other topics include: The beginnings of modern "Ufology" in the age of rockets A history of military and pilot encounters with UFOs Twenty-first-century UFO sightings around the globe Types of equipment needed to capture UFOs on film or video With reports from credible witnesses and lists of government documents that actually admit to the existence of UFOs, this is the only guide you need to ground yourself in this exciting subject!
📒Aliens In America ✍ William J Birnes
✏Aliens in America Book Summary : "You don't have to be an avid hunter to enjoy the many UFO hotspots in the United States. Nor do you have to have any special clearance to pull your car up along the "Alien Highway" outside of Area 51 to watch the UFOs dance in the nighttime sky. Enthusiasts and vacationers looking for out-of-the-ordinary excursions just need this unique user's guide to the most historic UFO hotspots around. Inside is classified information from across the nation, such as: The Hudson Valley Triangle—New York The Kokomo Lights—Indiana The Great Lakes UFOs—Michigan The Maury Island Incident—Washington The Gulf Breeze Sightings—Florida Whether they're driving, camping, or flying, this book is the only guide readers will need to learn the story behind the hotspot, find the best hotel or campsite—and catch a glimpse of our friends in the sky."
📒The Ufo Magazine Ufo Encyclopedia ✍ William J. Birnes
✏The UFO Magazine UFO Encyclopedia Book Summary : A comprehensive sourcebook on all things extraterrestrial features more than five thousand entries, photographs, and diagrams that cover such topics as alien abduction, evidence of extraterrestrial presence on Earth, astral projection and teleportation, psychokinesis, time travel, cloning and the Raelians, UFO cults, and more. Original.
📒The Roswell Conspiracy ✍ J. A. R. Darrell
✏The Roswell Conspiracy Book Summary : On July 4th 2007, fifty thousand people visited Roswell, New Mexico to observe both Independence Day the fiftieth anniversary of the fabled UFO crash. The government claims the happenings in the hardscrabble countryside near there in the summer of 1957 reflected only a mass hysteria fueled by sensationalistic media accounts. UFOlogists say the government and unspecified earthly organizations lied to avoid panic and retain power. Since good stories turn on the "what if?" and reality often mimics imagination, might not we ask if any deception extended beyond terrestrial institutions to include the alien visitors themselves, and if so, question their motives? One thing seems certain: A few short years after the "crash", human technology suddenly and without historical precedence, morphed into the Merlinesque sorcery we know today. It makes one wonder what life would be like if all the vital new connections, in a single instant fell deathly silent. Are you ready?
📒The Big Book Of Ufo Facts Figures Truth ✍ Stephen Spignesi
✏The Big Book of UFO Facts Figures Truth Book Summary : In a mothership full of entertaining and informative chapters, authors Stephen Spignesi and William Birnes, writers of many books dealing with the intriguing, weird, and unexplained, shed a revealing beam of light on the UFO phenomenon. From inexplicable cattle mutilations and modern astronauts who have seen UFOs, to close encounters of the third and fourth kind, and, it’s all here: The latest on Roswell, and the 1947 crash that has never been explained The weirdest (and most convincing) alien abductions—and the medical procedures performed on abductees The most commonly-seen UFO shapes A who's who of UFOlogy—including presidents that have seen UFOs UFOs and the Bible 20 years of Project Blue Book mysteries—NASA’s official UFO investigation Weirdness galore—Men in Black, crop circles, Bigfoot, the face on Mars, Hollow Earth Theory, alien ancestry, and more! The Big Book of UFO Facts, Figures & Truth is at once a valuable reference and an engrossing guide for all those fascinated with unexplained phenomenon. Turning to any page at random, readers are sure to find new facts and information, as well as dozens of rare, irrefutable photos. In addition, readers will learn how they can access a special website which includes actual video evidence of UFOs. This just may be the most comprehensive UFO guide available.
📒A Ufo Hunter S Guide ✍ Bret Lueder
✏A UFO Hunter s Guide Book Summary : Alien abductions. Repeated UFO sightings. Conspiracies and cover-ups. Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, UFOs are part of our culture. How to sort out fact from fiction? A UFO Hunter’s Guide has the answers: the facts, figures, people, places, and events that make up the modern scope of UFO-ology. A UFO Hunter’s Guide features:Competing theories about UFOsFamous cases and hot spots around the worldField tips from investigators and researchersAn extensive list of international UFO research societies. Lueder cites the contributions and findings of world-renowned researchers Zecharia Sitchin, William Bramley, Jordan Maxwell, Nancy Red Star, Stanton Friedman, Dr. Carl Sagan, Jacques Vallee, Raymond Fowler, and many others, along with a vast array of case sightings, alleged contacts, and abductions. Whether you’re simply curious or a researcher with a serious interest in uncovering the truth about UFOs, A UFO Hunter’s Guide is a valuable resource.