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About the Author

Writer and journalist Steven Lumley has been interested in the possible existence of UFOs since childhood, and during his career writing for national newspapers he has broken several UFO exclusives, including one story that created a global sensation. He has also written numerous articles about UFOs - one of which became the basis of this book.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Thistle Publishing (April 24, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1910198161
  • ISBN-13: 978-1910198162
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,918,806 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Interesting read, it should really be a more told story in the UFOGY circle.
cj zawacki
One of those involved in the hoax confessed to UFO researcher Margaret Fry several years ago that he got out when it all went too far.
Ellison J. Peterson
As with many self-published eBooks, it's clear that the author couldn't employ a copy-editor to check the text.
Martin

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Martin on August 12, 2014
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As with many self-published eBooks, it's clear that the author couldn't employ a copy-editor to check the text. It's disappointing because the continual typos, grocer's apostrophes and sentences that don't make sense, are distracting and interrupt the reading. Let's hope that an update is published soon.

The information, however, is interesting and leaves little doubt that many people observed objects that they could not identify and the UK government and military refuse to identify. The debunkers can debunk as much as they like but the witnesses saw what they saw. The book also raises other interesting points: for example, who would want to live in a region of Wales where the incidence of leukaemia and cancer is so much higher than that of Sellafield?
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"I was happy to purchase the Kindle edition of this book, but already being familiar with the Berwyn Mountains UFO case and having debunked other disinformation on the event of the 23rd January 1974, I wasn't expecting much though I was intrigued by the claim it was a 'thorough examination of the available evidence'.

Which available evidence I thought? Then I learned it was the claims of Russ Kellett about a version of events he has clung to for over a decade. Effectively the book was not a thorough examination of the available evidence (unless one includes the evidence the author seems to have taken from others research - there seems to be a bit of mine in there too!), but is an account of a particular series of events which led to an alleged crash of an alien vehicle alongside a main road near the village of Llandderfel in North Wales, that night. The Berwyn UFO event is a massive case and would struggle to fit within 1000 pages, so the above claim is dishonest re: thorough.

The reality is, that all that is claimed within the book is a long standing hoax, a hoax that Mr Kellett has chosen to ignore as he clings doggedly to his evidence, evidence that has been drip fed to him for years by John Williams who he insisted on refering to clandestinely as 'JW'. It is no secret who this guy is. He is a known disinformation clown who advanced this disgraceful hoax to muddle up Berwyn UFO investigation and character assassinate the wider Ufology community.

One of those involved in the hoax confessed to UFO researcher Margaret Fry several years ago that he got out when it all went too far.

The book offers up no witnesses beyond those already in the public domain and publishes no documents which can be verified independently. It is all hearsay.
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Steve Lumley has put together a fairly comprehensive view of the Berwyn Mountain incident, with his own and Russ Kellet's research here.
A good solid review of a multiple-witness event.
I'm on the fence regarding UFO claims in this case, however, some anomalous event (s) absolutely took place in the region on the evening of Jan 23, 1974. Kudos to the author for allowing for more mundane possibilities in his concluding chapters.
A great UK mystery, and more support, at the VERY least, for government transparency & accountability. Intriguing read.
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By Doctort on December 11, 2014
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I know one of the guys who researched this new findings. It brought the old book to new life. It opened doors that were not discovered. The new findings brings a new realization on what really did happen there and what the military had to do with it as well as the people involved. You have to read this, it brings a totally different finding to everything about it. If you have read the old book that did not say revealed on it, then you have to buy this.
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A very good read. Yet again we have a very familiar pattern where the military is involved anywhere in the world where UFOs are reported. That pattern is the 3D approach: Denial - Disinformation - Debunking. And truth is the first casualty. I applaud the author for having the intestinal fortitude to write this story.
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After listening to the author interviewed on Coast to Coast AM, I purchased this book on a case I had never heard of. Found it quite interesting. Also there is a video on You Tube about this incident. I think the Kindle version was around $6 and a good value for the money.
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By Tom Downes on September 1, 2014
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Confusing evidence. Poorly written. Did not make any sense at all. People and places and events were all jumbled togethe
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