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Men in Black: The Secret Terror Among Us Paperback – January 2, 2012
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Having read much UFO literature from the 1960s, I noted that Barker excluded any material concerning how he had been apparently silenced in 1963. James Moseley reported on this in a Saucer News Non-Scheduled Newsletter. Also, while it was interesting to read about the silencing of Gordon Evans, who contributed regularly to Fate, Saucer News and Flying Saucer Review, he doesn't include any details of Evans's letter to Saucer News in which he mentioned his encounters with apparently diabolical entities in his bedroom.
Morris K. Jessup gets a mention and Barker includes the text of a newspaper column concerning MIB types that Jessup included at the back of his UFO Annual. Barker had previously mentioned elsewhere (I forget where) that this account was fictional. In MIB: Secret Terror Among Us he doesn't state that it was definitely fictional.
The final chapter contains the account of Dr. Herbert Hopkins, but it doesn't mention the build-up, i.e.Read more ›
Barker's writing is vivid and, at times, exceptionally creepy. If you don't walk away believing that the Men In Black are real, you didn't pay attention! This is a wonderful examination of the mysterious men that seem hell bent on silencing UFO witnesses and researchers. Barker argues that they, in fact, have been with us for a very long time and that he isn't the first writer to point that out. It's a pretty fascinating idea and one that, if Barker's correct, is worth further examination.
This is an enlightening read no matter how much is embellished. Absolutely worth the price.
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