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Eyes Only: The Story of Clifford Stone and UFO Crash Retrievals Paperback – November 17, 2011
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Clifford Stone does the best possible job of speaking out on "sensitive topics" without running afoul of his national security oath (and getting neutralized). His sensitivity and compassion is very evident and you get a sense of what he has been through, starting at a very early age.
If you like Clifford's interviews in the web, you will like this book. People should also be aware that Clifford has talked to others besides Project Camelot on the internet. Inquiring minds who broaden their horizons beyond Camelot will not be disappointed with what they hear.
Until we get full disclosure, Sgt Clifford Stone is The Source for credible descriptions of crash retrievals.
Mr. Stone is living, believable proof that we aren't alone and all these sightings aren't explainable. Hearing his story you will believe too!
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I had high expectations for this book because I had seen Clifford Stone on many occasions on the History and Science channels, and on the H2 channel before its demise, where he... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Sailorman
New a little about Clifford stones story. Another dot to connect in the matrix of the governments involvement. Obviously Clifford stone had contact at a young age with UFO'S. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ed
This excuse for a book does a disservice to Clifford Stone and his purported mission to inform. It is poorly constructed, poorly written and full of errors. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gary Morris
Very interesting. ? Why is he the only one talking about this. Where are the clear pictures? What happened to the guy that helped him break out the alien? Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dickie Lambert
Poorly written...repetitive...somewhat disjointed. The editing should have been more concise. It was a tough read. I would not recommend it.Published 16 months ago by Gary Shepherd
Well, that was disappointing. I expected an intricate tale about cover-ups and aliens, but this book was written and edited with little skill. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jimmy Ganann