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Alien Agenda: Investigating the Extraterrestrial Presence Among Us
Jim Marrs

Jim Marrs turns his award-winning investigative talents to the enigmas surrounding extraterrestrial life. In Alien Agenda, he offers a comprehensive, shocking explanation that not only confirms the reality of UFOs, but reveals the decades-long disinformation campaign that has kept the truth from us until now. From crop circles to cattle mutilations, from "ancient astronauts" to the Apollo astronauts' reports, from government subterfuge to the compelling evidence provided by army-trained "remote viewers," Alien Agenda synthesizes old findings and new discoveries into an authoritative analysis of how and why aliens manifest themselves in our midst.

Alien Contact: The First Fifty Years
Jenny Randles

Marking the 50th year after the first reported sighting (1947), this book balances known fact with speculation, and dispassionate reporting with imagination and accepts "official" explanations with a grain of salt. Intriguing, insightful, and sure to generate arguments. One or two cases for each year from 1947-1997 are summarized and illustrated, with insightful commentary from the author.

Extraterrestrial Contact : The Evidence and Implications
Steven M. Greer

This book includes the best UFO /ET cases and the evidence for them; the best somoking gun doucments related to UFOs; the remarkable close encounters of Dr. Greer and CSETI. It includes a thought-provoking overview of why ETs are here and what the implications are. Also includes an inside view of the famous Project Starlight including Dr. Greer's briefings of CIA Director, James Woolsey, key members of Congress, and senior Pentagon officials.

Field Guide to UFOs: A Classification of Various Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Based on Eyewitness Accounts
Dennis W. Stacy, Patrick Huyghe

Here, for the first time, is a comprehensive look at the physical structure of UFOs, a book devoted to identifying and categorizing the dozens of different shapes the UFO phenomenon exhibits globally. From double-ringed to triangle-shaped UFOs, from saucers to cigarshaped craft--and more--this book documents each variant, describes often extraordinary encounters, and even takes the extra step of offering the skeptic's explanation for some of the sightings.

Spaceships of the Visitors: An Illustrated Guide to Alien Spacecraft
Kevin D. Randle, Russ Estes

In the last decade, the number of reports of alien spacecraft sightings has skyrocketed. However, the phenomenon of alien encounters is not new. Here, for the first time, two UFO experts, Kevin Randle and Russ Estes, cover the history of UFO sightings, from the ancient to the modern, using research from many different sources, including the Air Force and private UFO groups. Each of the more than one hundred entries is based on actual eyewitness accounts and includes a detailed drawing of each spaceship based on photographs or drawings made by the people who saw it with their own eyes.

The Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters: A Definitive, Illustrated A-Z Guide to All Things Alien
Ronald Story

From the first-ever recorded incidents of close encounters to the latest, most up-to-date information on worldwide UFOria, this comprehensive A-Z encyclopedic source book features contributions by such leading experts in the field as: Isaac Asimov, Whitley Streiber, Carl Sagan, Erich Von Daniken, Stanton Freedman, ...and many other renowned authorities whose theories and speculations move toward answering the universal question... Are we alone?

The UFO Encyclopedia
John Spencer

Compiled for the world-renowned British UFO Research Association by one of the most respected experts in the field, this extraordinary book is the complete A-to-Z authority on UFOlogy. Using the latest research and findings, the book covers alien abductions, extraterrestrial phenomenon, brilliant hoaxes, and more. 48 pages of photos, 8 in full color.

The UFO Experience: A Scientific Inquiry
J. Allen Hynek

Dr. J. Allen Hynek's "UFO Experience" probably does qualify as the most important study of the UFO phenomenon ever written. Cited by the "New York Review" as "the best brief for visitation", this classic study presents an analysis of UFO reports and concludes that many sightings cannot be easily dismissed.

UFO Book: Encyclopedia of the Extraterrestrial
Jerome Clark

Clark has written the first modern, well-researched and objective encyclopedia of all major UFO sightings since 1947. Each alphabetical entry (Roswell, Lubbock Lights, etc.) is well-written and interesting to read, even if you disagree with Clark's conclusions. With 200 entries in an A-to-Z format, The UFO Book is the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of its kind.

UFO Briefing Document: The Best Available Evidence
Don Berliner

Compiled here are the most compelling and authenticated UFO cases ever recorded. Fresh from the government's secret files, spanning over a half century of eyewitness testimony, documented sightings, and unexplained phenomena, this groundbreaking compilation presents the chilling evidence that UFOs are real—and that a government cover-up has long suppressed the stunning truth. Complete with excerpts from official transcripts, diagrams, and photos, UFO Briefing Document, funded by Laurance Rockefeller and presented to Congress, contains critical information the public has a right to know....now, before it is too late.

UFO Encyclopedia: The Phenomenon from the Beginning
Jerome C. Clark

First published in three separate volumes, the UFO Encyclopedia, 2nd edition is now available in a newly revised two-volume edition. The definitive history and reference source on UFOs, the second edition presents 271 updated entries in a single alphabetic sequence. New entries have been added, and coverage for UFO organizations has been updated. Detailed entries cover the cases, the theories, the organizations, the personalities, the government and media responses, the effects on popular culture, the hoaxes, the flying-saucer religious movements, the debunkers, and anything else that is relevant.

UFO Enigma: A New Review of the Physical Evidence
Peter A. Sturrock

Now, in a major report commissioned by Laurance S. Rockefeller, world-renowned scientists debate the physical evidence in puzzling cases presented by UFO investigators. The UFO Enigma overrides the Condon Report and concludes that there is much we could learn from further study of the phenomenon—if the evidence is carefully collected and scientifically analyzed.

UFO Evidence: A Thirty Year Report, Vol. 2
Richard H. Hall

Patterned after the first volume published in 1964, "The UFO Evidence, Volume II" is much anticipated by the research community. The book reports 30 years of UFO sightings since 1964 with related data and descriptive features organized by category. In this report, the sightings are arranged by witness categories. Among the topics discussed are the now strongly established patterns of UFO sightings, the growing evidence worldwide that UFOs represent someone's technology, the history of government sponsored UFO investigations, and political and human responses to UFO sightings. The master chronology is an incredibly complete listing, which also refers the reader to pertinent sections in the book for fuller descriptions.

UFOs and the National Security State: Chronology of a Cover-up, 1941-1973
Richard M. Dolan

This book is a unique acheivement in the field of UFO scholarship. This is a thorough historical analysis of the national security dimensions of the UFO phenomenon. Getting past the official pronouncements on the one side, and unprovable assertions on the other, this study gathers together the facts that are known, providing a concise yet comprehensive narrative.

UFOs and Ufology: The First 50 Years
Paul Devereux, Peter Brookesmith

Even though it is half a century since news of flying saucers first made world headlines, we still await any fully recorded, widely observed landing by an alien spacecraft - an event that would surely be the definitive expression of extraterrestrial contact. Those who still look for such an event cover the widest range of our fellow beings - from scientists and journalists to followers of new religions and open skeptics. In this survey, the authors take us on a bizarre 50-year journey that reveals as much about the mysteries of human consciousness as it does about strange things seen in the skies. More and more, the very fabric of ufology seems to be woven from a meeting between the human mind and the mysteries of the cosmos.

Unconventional Flying Objects: A Scientific Analysis
Paul R. Hill

Here is a book to intrigue both non-technical and more mechanically inclined UFO enthusiasts. Without making a case for the origins of UFOs, Hill argues that their functionality is feasible by applying established principles of physics to existing reports in which an amazingly consistent UFO behavior has been described. In language which is technically sound, but not so advanced that the layman could not understand, Hill works out several possible propulsion systems for these mysterious craft.

Watch the Skies!: A Chronicle of the Flying Saucer Myth
Curtis Peebles

Watch the Skies! chronicles the arrival and invasion of the UFO myth in American popular culture. Curtis Peebles recounts in detail the record of sightings, contacts, and abductions over nearly fifty years, among them "The Classics" of 1948, the Invasion of Washington, and the famous "swamp gas" sighting that led to the Condon Report. Drawing on sources ranging from Air Force files to pulp magazines to popular movies such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Peebles shows how mania about UFOs took hold of society in different ways.

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