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About the Author

Ivan T. Sanderson was born in the UK and was a British Military Intelligence Officer during WWII. Friends with Ian Fleming, he moved to the USA in the 1950s, settled in New Jersey and formed the Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained (SITU). He has appeared numerous times on TV, including The Tonight Show; his numerous books include Ivan T. Sanderson’s Book of Jungles; Abominable Snowmen: Legend Come to Life; Things; The Unexplained; and others.
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  • Paperback: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press; Updated Ed edition (February 25, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1931882207
  • ISBN-13: 978-1931882200
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
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I have no idea why the first reviewer stated that this book is confusing and padded. I found it very easy to understand and follow not to mention highly informative and eye opening. Great book for people with the courage to look at fact filled official reports from around the world written for the most part by the worlds navies high command. It also digs up newspaper reports of strange underwater sightings and radar trackings of otherworldly USOs that uncharacteristically leaked out to the worlds press. An excellent essay for the open minded intelligent person who understands that there is much more to be added to our limited human understanding of the world and it's mysteries. The content of this book is much more important & vastly out weights any misgivings one might have with writing style.
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Invisible Residents is a fascinating book about something I suspected all along. It never made sense to me to think that aliens were all visiting us from distant planets because the commute did not seem worth it. It made more sense to think that they were already living here with a technology more advanced than ours. The evidence presented in this book is overhwlemingly convincing and made a believer out of me.
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This book starts out slow but is methodical in course to show where the governments of the world are either not paying attention or are covering up the phenomena of UFO's and USO's. Good read.
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Be it mokele mbembe, oreng pendek, singing stones or, in this case, aquatic ufo's, Sanderson is able to rise to the occasion. His style is always crisp, a bit pedantic, borderline witty/balmy and consumately entertaining.
Is there a technologically advanced society at the bottom of earth's hydrosphere? If so, is it in any way connected to the Bermuda Triangle and other maritime mysteries?
I have all Of Ivan Sanderson's books and with delight I assure readers not one of his mystery subjects has been verified as absolute fact. He was the best of true skeptics in that he never completely felt that something simply could not be.
Buy this books and not only will you learn some interesting/diquieting
things,you'll read some damn good stories.
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This is thought provoking look at an unusual and little known phenomena. Ivan T. Sanderson did a great job of research and presentation here.
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Ivan Sanderson is something of a household name in the realm of paranormal research and publishing. Invisible Residents was my first foray into his writing, and my expectations were fairly high. The topic of Underwater Submersible Objects certainly struck me as intriguing. It's not something covered as frequently as the more familiar aerial UFO, and with so much of the planet's surface being covered in water, the possibilities for interesting investigations seemed great. Regrettably, I have to report that this read did not fully live up to my expectations.

First off, the author's writing style was probably the root of much of my overall dissatisfaction. Sanderson's prose comes off as particularly long-winded, belaboring even the more interesting of chapters. Not only does he verbally embellish, but he often wanders far into tangents, leaving the reader wondering just where we are, where we could possibly going, and how the current direction is relevant to the overall theme.

Early on Sanderson claims to be of purely scientific mind, giving no quarter the likes of UFO nuts, yet I was not entirely convinced of his rigor. An entire chapter ("A Sixth Mystery") is devoted a single Colombian artifact which the author states looks like an airplane, thus supposedly proving that the ancients were familiar with modern aircraft. He goes on to present the artifact to several aircraft engineers who confirm that the object does look sort of like an airplane (but also sort of not). At no point does he apparently think to approach anyone in the field of Colombian history or anthropology to discuss more prosaic interpretations of the little sculpture in the context of the people and the culture that created it (or if he did, it didn't make the book).
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Ivan Sanderson presents some great alternative concepts and answers to some old questions regarding UFO's and USO's. Even though many of his documented and undocumented cases referenced in the book are somewhat vague and unproven, the basic questions of the existence of either extraterrestials or "others" living underwater is a mind provoking thought. Is it possible that an ancient earth lifeform highly superior to "humans" existed long before us, and occupies the underwater domain. I used concepts from this book in my book, "The Nightmare Trilogy", in the first story "Aliens?", where I suggest the aliens are not what they seem, but have been here all along. I certainly recommend the book for anyone seeking thought provoking material to explain some of the documented UFO/USO cases that have been unexplained.
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insofar as reading about USOs, which lots of other authors don't seem to touch upon, this book is pretty thorough. the edition being sold now, since the original is OOP, is ok, but it does show some typos and bad editing.

the author's style is...silly...but that may be that we of the later decades are just not used to the writing style of the '60s. in some places, he uses "we". i truly hope he means it as "him and other people" and not in the queen of england kinda way, and i do realise that he has an assistant(s), but that's not made clear at the point where he uses "we". he is a bit verbose and repetitive with his personal words, but it's still a good book for the study of USOs. lots of stuff in it that i've never read before and i have really read quite a large number of books on the whole UFO, et al, subject.
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