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Anyone with an interest in the subject of UFOs ***MUST*** read this book.
This book has no answers but has a lot of questions; valid questions that we, as humans need to ask and explore and hope that, one day, the truth will be known.
Edward J Ruppelt was the head of UFO investigation for the US Air Force for many years, and his perspective is great detailing the pro's and con's.
Written by a guy that actually had something to do with the government and UFO cover ups etc. I enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by Mike P.
I've read this book numerous times. Each time it explains many of the classic cases and still after over 60 years since Kenneth Arnold's sighting, we still have no solid evidence. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ShearerFamily
This book was especially interesting for two reasons. It was written by the man who ran Project Blue Book and even though most of the UFO sightings were explainable, there was a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by William Davis
the writing was at times difficult to read, but still I enjoyed it and learned a few things...raised my eyebrows at a few things too.Published 5 months ago by Joy
I'm a skeptic. As a true skeptic I have to be skeptical of everything, even the notion that some so-called skeptics are unreasonably unwilling to believe anything. Read morePublished 6 months ago by H. Erich Hunt
If you are into UFOs from the early period, you will enjoy this book. I found it very dated as it was written in the late 50s I think, but there are some interesting UFO reports... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dolores J. Reed