The truth is out there. UFOs was originally published in , and became a national best seller, probably because it rules. I read this book in a day, wide-eyed and screaming.
Please note here that Roswell and Area 51 are not the same place, nor are they in the same state. People say that to me a lot and I get mad. Area 51 is a government site in Nevada. This book is rather thick, and it focuses much more on the government secrecy side of things than the others on this list, but it is still SHOCKING and worth your time. In England they take UFOs a lot more seriously than we do here, which I find inexplicable and hilarious when juxtaposed with, like, the Royal Family.
I love this one.
Birnes and Colonel Philip J. Colonel Philip J. According to Corso, U. Why would he make that up??? Witness to Roswell , by Thomas J.
Carey and Donald R. Of the books on this list, this one is definitely the, ah, most fanciful.
The real mystery of UFO sightings, writes Andy Martin, is not where they came from but why extraterrestrials stopped visiting Earth. It wouldn't be the first time that scientists have mistaken something earthly for something far more alien — last year it emerged that scientists had picked up interference from their microwave and thought it might have been sent from outer space. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now. Final Say.
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