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  • Paperback: 220 pages
  • Publisher: Conspiracy Journal/Global Communications; Large - 8x11 - Format edition (May 8, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1606110616
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606110614
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,092,318 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael F. Burdick on July 22, 2009
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I thank the editor of this collection--Timothy Beckley--for bringing together the most pertinent writings and interviews about the Dulce "underground alien base." I have been trying to get a copy of Christa Tilton's "The Bennewitz Papers" for years, with some sellers charging a ridiculous amount of money for it. Her paper (or "booklet") is contained in its entirety in this collection, and it features interesting letters sent by Bennewitz to Clifford Stone. Plus, in Tilton's book we get first-hand information about the "aliens" that Bennewitz observed and communicated with at Dulce(?).
Don't be turned off by the silly "B-movie-style" cover and ads. I don't know why Beckley chose such a format. Plus, much of the book contains pages that were obviously reproduced, as the quality of the pictures and print is often second-rate. But, as with all books, "you cannot judge a book by its cover." I am giving this 5 stars solely for the content. If you are a person who must know all there is to know about the "Dulce base," then this book is required reading. Of course, I cannot vouch for the veracity of any of the material, as much of it is theoretical, not factual. But, this is the case with almost all books on UFO's and aliens.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael F. Burdick on February 14, 2012
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I thank the editor of this collection--Timothy Beckley--for bringing together the most pertinent writings and interviews about the Dulce "underground alien base." I have been trying to get a copy of Christa Tilton's "The Bennewitz Papers" for years, with some sellers charging a ridiculous amount of money for it. Her paper (or "booklet") is contained in its entirety in this collection, and it features interesting letters sent by Bennewitz to Clifford Stone. Plus, in Tilton's book we get first-hand information about the "aliens" that Bennewitz observed and communicated with at Dulce(?).
Don't be turned off by the silly "B-movie-style" cover and ads. I don't know why Beckley chose such a format. Plus, much of the book contains pages that were obviously reproduced, as the quality of the pictures and print is often second-rate. But, as with all books, "you cannot judge a book by its cover." I am giving this 5 stars solely for the content. If you are a person who must know all there is to know about the "Dulce base," then this book is required reading. Of course, I cannot vouch for the veracity of any of the material, as much of it is theoretical, not factual. But, this is the case with almost all books on UFO's and aliens.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By George Hopper on February 23, 2012
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If only 5% of this book is true then the human race is in for some serious trouble! This book covers some pretty weird stuff-from underground UFO bases, evil plots to destroy a man's life, breeding humans like lab rats, government plots,Cattle mutilation..... I read it over several nights and after reading each section I laid in bed pouring over what I just read. I must say I did not sleep well. Like the book says, some observations made by Bennewitz may have been given via misinformation. At first, I thought his observations were completly out of reality-but after reading from other witnesses and collaborating most of what he says, it gives it a feeling of truth. There are many of misspelled words and errors, but I suspect it is due to the transfer to the Kindle addition. It does not take away from the reading. All and all, I enjoyed the read. There is quite a bit of information to sift through. In the end, the reader is going to have to decide how much he/she accepts as truth. GOOD BOOK!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Johns on October 27, 2014
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Christa Tilton's Bennewitz Papers was written in 1991. Material about Bennewitz first appeared in book form in 1986's UFO Crash At Aztec. Tilton's writings for the Crux newsletter appeared in Val Valerian's Matrix II. The Bennewitz Papers perhaps has some historical interest, but no evidence is provided to suggest that there is an underground base at Dulce, New Mexico. An interview with someone who reportedly worked there, Thomas Castello, is included. William Hamilton also included the words of Castello in his book Cosmic Top Secret, but there is more of Castello in the interview with "Branton" in Timothy Beckley's reissue of The Bennewitz Papers. I think it's fair to say it's crazy stuff. Aliens reportedly use cattle parts and blood as a "formula to keep them alive and for use in the growing vats, and for artificial wombs." Castello said the Dulce base began in the late 1930s, yet cattle mutilations only began in earnest in the 1970s, so what were the aliens doing in the meantime? Castello doesn't say. Anyway, presumably he considers the situation serious because he refers to the "HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN, WOMEN AND MEN ADDED TO THAT PLACE EVERY MONTH".

Christa Tilton recommends a paper called The Controllers by Martin Cannon. She wonders if the American government somehow beams alien images into people's mind from some type of implant. She recounts her unpleasant encounter with reported "Aviary" contact Bill Moore and wonders if "Aviary" insiders Scott Jones and Claiborne Pell were involved in dream implantation experiment on "certain susceptible individuals". Inevitably, AFOSI's Richard Doty features prominently.

In the absence of evidence, ultimately the book is a pointless exercise.
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