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Haven't read the book yet, but will soon.
My only disappoint was that it states the book was autographed, which I taught was a general signature from the author. Read more
There is perhaps no one in the field of Ufology that I respect more than Stanton Friedman. He is a nuclear physicist who spent years working for the government on projects such as... Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by J. Jonathan Nichols
A densely detailed investigation of the Majestic-12 documents by one of the most credible of UFO researchers. Read morePublished on December 27, 2009 by Siriusreviews.com
The book came quickly and was just what I expected. I'd buy from the seller again!Published on November 6, 2009 by Evelyn C. Kerr
Stanton Friedman: One of the very few scientists ufologists who make sense.
He researches the topic.
He provides uncontested data. Read more
I think Friedman tries to make a fairly good and serious case for his view that these documents are authentic and deals well with the many objections raised about them by... Read morePublished on March 21, 2007 by Joseph Bishop
Predictable and dull. It should be given no more creedence than other science fiction.
Wiht all of his work, there is more than a smattering of self-congratulatory... Read more
This book deserves much more attention.
Ever seen the Peter Jennings TV "documentary" about "ufo's"? You might wish to start getting your..NEWS... Read more
I rated this book as a four stars ONLY because I wanted more specific meat about UFO's. What this book does do is methodically investigates the MJ-12 documents. Read morePublished on April 21, 2005 by Robert S. Vannrox