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Invisible Residents Paperback – February 25, 2015
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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.
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).Read more ›
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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Ivan T Sanderson writes an objective, factual & interesting book. He spent many years collecting investigating & documenting sightings.Published 11 months ago by Fredrick W. Bradley
This had some interesting accounts of USO (The underwater variety of the UFO)Published 13 months ago by DEW
It's a awesome book which gives insights about the unexplained phenomenon. Good thing is that the author does not conclude. It is logical since it is un-explainable. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Vinod Manickam
I testified as a Naval Communications top secret military witness in Washington DC in 2001 regarding ET craft emerging out of the water and shooting off into space. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was fun to read it. Many things that I already new about the theme, but I found it fun to read.Published 21 months ago by Waldyr Francolin Jr.
A book that starts well, ends terribly. Sanderson was friends with John Keel and they planned to write a book together, until Keel pulled out. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Johns
Sanderson's investigative reporting left me to conclude that we are most certainly not alone on this Earth, and possibly,
that it is, us, who are the real aliens.
good book, although written many years back. glad I finally got to read it.
All people who question certain things should read it.