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Crash at Corona: The U.S. Military Retrieval and Cover-Up of a UFO Paperback – May 2, 2004
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About the Author
DON BERLINER has written more than 300 magazine articles and 25 books on aviation history and space and was also a staff writer for the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP). He is board chairman of the non-profit Fund for UFO Research, Inc., and is a delegate to the UFO Research Coalition.
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Top Customer Reviews
Overall, I'd say it's the best report on Roswell and poses some interesting theories. The author does a good job with it and makes it easy to follow. Believe me, for a UFO book, that is something extraordinary. Most UFO books are a bunch of anecdotes and sighting reports in no particular order. I recommend it.
The worse part, though, is all the grammatical errors, misspellings and run-on sentences in the Kindle edition, along with hyphenated words just to get the sentence to fill the space...Very annoying!
This book provided me with some of the most informative, stimulating and enlightening reading that I've had in years. Congratulations to the authors for such brilliant research and such elegant, brilliant, gripping writing!
He researches the topic.
He provides uncontested data.
He defied the arrogant scientists.
He studied the phenomena as an honest scientist.
He spent 30 years investigation Ufos.
His books are the very core of Ufology.
He is the ONE!
S. Mahdi, Cairo, Egypt.
There is a lot of repetition and supposition with chapters like "Implications" which are all speculative "what ifs." Too much filler for my liking.
The best part of the book is the section on San Agustin. I had heard about a secondary UFO crash in Socorro but had not read anything about it until now. The book is worth reading just for that part alone which is worth 4 Stars.
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I'm not a skeptic, more of an agnostic, but I really enjoy Stanton Friedman's lectures and debates.Published 16 days ago by Johnny Salami
I have read several books on Roswell and this one presented witnesses and their part in the story I had never heard beforePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
Textbook, but better than most. Faulty logic, but makes the best case for aliens I have seen yet - but I'm still not convinced.Published 11 months ago by Colby
If you want to know what the Roswell incident is all about this is the go to book.Published 12 months ago by Dwall
Have no idea of accurate thi information is, but this book sure held my attention. A good read.Published 17 months ago by SnoShu
Does a great job explaining Roswell and another incident in the area. If you have any interest, skeptic or believer, you should read this book.Published on October 12, 2013 by Ira S. Greenberg
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