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Product Details

  • Paperback: 266 pages
  • Publisher: Anomalist Books; 1St Edition edition (August 25, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1933665483
  • ISBN-13: 978-1933665481
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,355 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"If you're inclined to dismiss the demonic UFO hypothesis and Mr. Redfern's book, you'd be missing out on what Mr. Redfern does best, and that's present peripheral information and material that enlightens those who have limited knowledge about things germane to UFOs and human existence itself...The Collins Elite scenario...is an idea that Mr. Redfern presents thoroughly and objectively, as usual. Get the book... and give yourself a treat, one that will be intellectually stimulating in many, many ways." --Rich Reynolds, The UFO Iconoclast(s)

"Disturbing stuff. If I were a more cynical kind of guy, I might almost think that [the Collins Elite] was all just another psyops group assigned to create pretexts for overthrowing the Republic. But it certainly fits into the overall secret war against the New Age meme as well...I think Final Events is a book all of us need to read." --Christopher Knowles, The Secret Sun

About the Author

NICK REDFERN works full-time as an author, lecturer, and journalist. He writes regularly for UFO Magazine, Fate, Fortean Times, and Paranormal Magazine. His previous books include There's Something in the Woods, On the Trail of the Saucer Spies, and Science Fiction Secrets. Nick has appeared on numerous television shows, including the BBC's Out of this World; the History Channel's Monster Quest and UFO Hunters; the National Geographic Channel's Paranatural; and the SyFy Channel's Proof Positive. Nick Redfern lives in Arlington,Texas, and can be contacted at nickredfern.com.

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Nick Redfern is a full-time author and journalist specializing in a wide range of unsolved mysteries, including Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, UFO sightings, government conspiracies, alien abductions and paranormal phenomena. He writes regularly for the London Daily Express newspaper, Fortean Times, Fate, and UFO Magazine. His previous books include Three Men Seeking Monsters, Strange Secrets, Cosmic Crashes, and The FBI Files. Among his many exploits, Redfern has investigated reports of lake monsters in Scotland, vampires in Puerto Rico, werewolves in England, aliens in Mexico, and sea serpents in the United States. Redfern travels and lectures extensively around the world. Originally from England, he currently lives in Dallas, Texas.

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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Pastor Baz on December 2, 2010
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REVIEW OF NICK REDFERNS NEW BOOK - FINAL EVENTS
For around six months now Nick Redfern has been my favourite secular author on the Paranormal. He and I do not share the same worldview or religious beliefs but that does not mean that he is not encountering what I personally believe are many realities in his research. I like the fact that he does his research in a very hands on manner - dangerously so at times (Such as in '3 Men Seeking Monsters' and 'There's Something In The Woods') when he is involved in invoking the beings of old to get them to manifest - but this method seems to grant him access to glimpses of the `other realm invading ours' which support the biblical view of dark forces operating behind the scenes in our world. He speaks about the 'psychic backlash' that follows these invocations, which I would describe as 'demonic oppression or attack'.

Unlike `3 Men Seeking Monsters' which is a rollicking ride across England with two mates encountering all sorts of creatures, witches and strange experiences and 'Memoirs of a Monster Hunter' which was a slower and more stilted American version of `..Seeking Monsters' Final Events comes across as a brilliant piece of research. The fact that Redfern allows his subjects to speak openly on a subject without constantly adding his personal interpretation apart from unpacking the facts and links he is discovering shows he is a masterful interviewer and professional in the way he conducts research. This is made more apparent when he was labelled as a `Christian Fundamentalist on a blog and ended up defending himself as an `athiest'. That was the degree of his neutrality in his fact finding, even when the ending (spoiler alert) ends up as a warning about certain aspects of Christianity.
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62 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Micah A. Hanks on November 11, 2010
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Before getting to the heart of this review, I must first say that, in spite of what others may perceive about this book, I doubt the author had intended it as some sort of political "jab" at anyone's religious beliefs or political views. In fact, what folks need to realize is that Nick Redfern is a serious Ufologist, and is well-respected among his peers in the UFO community. Thus, his book "Final Events" should be examined on those grounds, and for the merit his perspectives bring to this field of study; Not whether FOX News or MSNBC's viewers would be offended by its content.

That said... there are a number of common fears that Americans keep with them, mostly associated with things pertaining to the mundane aspects of modern living. Some, for instance, may fear the dangers associated with home ownership; others may worry about being able to protect their children from the dangers they face while growing up; still others may find that financial woes are predominate in their chain of fears, since during this troublesome economy they might potentially rob you of hearth and home.

These sorts of fear exist on the outer edges of our subconscious, but buried deeper within the human psyche are other phobias that often defy logic or reason. Even in the absence of one's commitment to belief in something terrible and otherworldly, these nagging terrors extend from the primal depths of man's being in the form of supernatural-scares that might include ghosts, monsters, serial killers, or even cannibalistic subterranean humanoids (sorry, had to throw that one in there... wait, why are you looking at me like that?)

Arguably, one of the most common supernatural fears among people today involves the demonic.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By trevornewland on October 5, 2010
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Redfern's a strong writer because he confronts radical issues in a highly objective manner; he presents potentially true events quickly and smoothly, always moving forward from an objective position. His writing is a combination of great storytelling wrapped around real facts. This Collins Elite group is disturbing and, more than anything, the book presents the manner in which corruption (via extreme fundamentalism) can infiltrate even the most open-minded group endeavours. This is also an area that paranormal investigation should move ahead with--exploring relationships between occult and UFOs. Time well spent.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ZSky on January 6, 2013
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I do have to admit that I have never read any of Nick Redfern's books until "Final Events" and I found it to be a stimulating read. The book is consisted of 220+ pages and thirty-one chapters with "Final Thoughts" section, ranging a number of topics like Collins Elite, Aliens as Demons and Fallen Angels, and even life after death experiences as a part of the phenomena.

The read through this book is rather entertaining and in some places, very interesting. I like the idea of aliens being the historical demons and being behind some of the strange happenings, which in many cases can be true, but I'm just not too sure about other theories as outlined in this book. Overall, it's a good book on the subject of "aliens/demons" aspect. Also, I give props for Mr Redfern who written a book so well and shared with us some of the credible researches.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bill Stockstill VINE VOICE on February 9, 2011
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Nick Redfern amazes me more and more with each new book. In this book he provides for the reader indications that there are those in our government who are convinced that the UFO phenomenon is caused by the Devil and his minions. I actually find that idea more terrifying then notions of aliens from outer space or another dimension being the source. My feeling is also that to many, the acceptance of advanced beings from another planet is easier to believe then there is a real Devil who is using UFOs to manipulate the public's belief in God. This is some heavy, heady stuff. And yet its not the first time it has been brought up. In the The Mothman Prophecies John Keel talked about how historically people interpreted UFO sightings and the surrounding events as religious happenings. To him, dark stranger of lore, the evil one, who brought death at his appearance was not a supernatural being as people though, but the same "aliens" who were the source of modern day MIB encounters. But even Keel, and Vallee, were not sure that these events were caused by aliens from another world. And even in fiction, such as the The Fourth Kind [Blu-ray] there is the notion that aliens are not "alien" but are mankind's creator/master. I highly recommend the book. And I truly hope that the conclusions of the Collins Elite are wrong.
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