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UFOs over Pennsylvania by John Ventre
Follow the rich history of UFOs over Pennsylvania as the states MUFON State Director chronicles the rich history of cases in PA from Kecksburg to Presque Island to Carbondale to the 1973 and 2008 UFO waves to numerous police witnesses that have come forward. The second half of the book contains chapters written by 14 prominent authors in the field including Bill Birnes, Linda Moulton Howe, Philip Mantle, Richard Hall, Stan Gordon, Paul Stonehill, Carl Feindt, Scotty Roberts, Richard Lang and others.
The Phoenix Lights - Revised and Expanded Edition
by Dr. Lynne D. Kitei (signed copy)
March 13, 1997 something extra-ordinary happened in the skies over Phoenix and across Arizona. On that clear evening a parade of low flying, mile wide V-shaped formations of orbs and craft glided silently overhead, attracting the attention of at least 10,000 people. This is the detailed account of that evening and the ensuing cover up of what is now being hailed as the largest mass sighting of UFOs in modern times...but there is much more to the story.
By following the journey of a respected medical professional, who moved from skepticism to belief while meticulously investigating the topic for thirteen years since the event, the reader takes a wide-ranging tour of UFO history, from primitive cave paintings to 21st century reports.
This revised and expanded version of the bestselling 2004 edition shares the latest UFO developments and sightings, in addition to a convincing connection between all Unexplained Phenomena - what the author calls UPs. There is also recent testimony from eyewitnesses, a 911 Phoenix police operator, as well as commercial and military pilots.
UFOS & ALIENS: The Complete Guidebook
by Lochlainn Seabrook
UFOs and Aliens: The Complete Guidebook, by award-winning Tennessee author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, is the ultimate primer for beginners, an invaluable resource for veteran ufologists, and a one-of-a-kind work that's packed with just about everything you'll ever want to know about extraterrestrials and their out-of-this-world craft. Seabrook writes knowledgeably, with verve and clarity, making the journey through this complex topic both entertaining and educational. Well researched, the book includes detailed descriptions of UFOs and aliens, a history of UFOs, sixty-one real casebook studies, proof of the reality of UFOs, a list of NASA UFO images, chapters on alien abduction, cattle mutilations, crop circles, Men in Black, skeptics, becoming a ufologist, and the worldwide UFO cover up.
If you're looking for something on UFOs that explains them away as weather balloons, space debris, birds, meteors, Chinese lanterns or secret experimental aircraft, this is not the book for you. Having had his own UFO sightings, Mr. Seabrook respects his topic, writing with the enthusiasm of an open-minded believer. Still, his approach is essentially scientific, a refreshing position that only adds to the academic value of this engaging and enlightening work. A complete guidebook in every sense of the word, this is a must-have for anyone - particularly those new to the subject - who is looking for an affordable one-volume book that explores all facets of the UFO phenomenon.
Saucerville by Jordan Hofer (signed copy)
Elliot Hill hates UFOs. Growing up in McMinnville, Oregon (aka Saucerville), Elliot is fed up with loonies wearing aluminum foil hats. After a science project leads him to the revelation that his long-lost mother is still alive and held captive on a flying saucer, Elliot and his best friends, Stella and Whitley, are pulled into a secret world of UFOs, men in black, and alien abductions. Now their only hope for survival and escape is their powerful friendship. But the Gray aliens have other plans, and one of the friends is about to change...