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The Encyclopaedia Of Alien Encounters

Alan Baker

Published March 18th 1999
ISBN : 9781852277345
Hardcover
272 pages
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What happened at Roswell in 1947? What is the Air Force doing out at Area 51? Is the truth really out there and, if so, are we ready to accept it? The Encyclopedia of Alien Encounters is an excellent resource for the longtime UFO follower as wellMoreWhat happened at Roswell in 1947? What is the Air Force doing out at Area 51? Is the truth really out there and, if so, are we ready to accept it? The Encyclopedia of Alien Encounters is an excellent resource for the longtime UFO follower as well as a great starting point for those researching the subject for the first time. In an engaging and easytouse AtoZ format, it offers an authoritative and objective account of the key events, encounters, personalities, theories, and myths of extraterrestrial lore. The book concentrates solely on the field of alien or nonhuman encounters, resulting in the most complete and comprehensive resource available. More than 350 entries delve into various aspects of the alien contact phenomenon, including: #149-Astronomers, such as Carl Sagan and Frank Drake, and self-proclaimed alien hunter and ex-CIA agent Derrel SimsWorks of fiction inspired by contact reports and how they mirror societys and the medias reactions to such encountersThe phenomenons influence on the popular mythology of the late twentieth centuryUFO sightings and alien abductionsBlack helicopters, the unmarked helicopters often seen in connection with UFO/alien activityConspiracy theories, such as those associated with cattle mutilationMen in Black, both on film and in UFO- and alien-related investigations