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8 edition of Looking at Ufos found in the catalog.

Looking at Ufos

by Susan Harris

  • 32 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Franklin Watts .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Baby books,
  • Flying saucers,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Unidentified flying objects,
  • Children: Babies & Toddlers

  • Edition Notes

    Easy-read Fact Book

    The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7773573M
    ISBN 100531040984
    ISBN 109780531040980
    OCLC/WorldCa5170428

    Of course, the book is not strictly a UFO book. Yes, it does indeed contain a huge amount of UFO material, but like most of Keel’s work, it’s definitively Fortean in nature and perspective. This was the first book I ever read that suggested UFOs just might not be extraterrestrial at all, but something far weirder. The writer and critic Kim Newman said of the novel that King had "more or less rewritten Quatermass and the Pit", a television serial from the late s, in which an alien spacecraft excavated in London evokes latent psychic abilities in some of the people who come near it.. King wrote The Tommyknockers at a time when substance abuse was a significant part of his : Stephen King.

      When a slew of saucer-like sightings was reported over Washington, D.C. in , the Air Force blocked its own investigator from checking them out. was the . Check your local newspapers, especially editions published during the wave years listed previously, for news reports and articles about area UFO sightings. Most libraries have collections of old newspapers for you to examine. Finally, read as many good UFO books as you can. You may discover a UFO report from where you live.

    More Recent UFO Book List (through ) Joshua Shapiro. This is an updated Book List from the earlier page we posted that shared a list of books that were included in UFOs, Space Brothers & the Aquarian Age. This list was first compiled April 28th, , from various sources, and has been periodically updated.   In light of the US Navy's recent acknowledgment of UAPs, here's a look back at some of America's closest encounters of UFOs and aliens.


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Looking at Ufos (An Easy-read fact book) Library Binding – April 1, by Susan Harris (Author)Author: Susan Harris.

Encounter In The Pleiades: An Inside Look At UFOs is the fascinating story of Preston Nichols, a man who was taken to the Pleiades and given a scientific education far beyond the horizons of anything taught in universities. The personal history of Nichols is revealed along Looking at Ufos book an avalanche of amazing information the world has not yet heard/5(20).

UFO sightings happen in clusters. The same is true of books about UFOs. While clusters of UFO sightings are called “flaps,” there is no similar term for clusters of UFO books.

They also look at religious based ideas; the Bible and UFOs, and Nature and Super nature as well as the Interdimensional Hypothesis of UFO origins. The only major critique that comes to mind came from my wife,the book was released June 1 ,she thought the book was more recent, but in a highly niche subject such as this, this is the most up to date book on this particular subject that I have heard of/5(76).

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out of 5 stars 1. Looking for free UFO and Alien eBooks. Here is a list of a bunch of free UFO and Alien ebooks that are available free on the web right now. If you know of more or one of these links goes dead, let me know.

Do You Have A Free Paranormal Book That Should Be Featured Here. UFOs & PROJECT BLUE BOOK. On Decemthe Secretary of the Air Force announced the termination of Project BLUE BOOK, the Air Force program for the investigation of UFOS.

From toa total of 12, sightings were reported to Project BLUE BOOK. As it turns out, they weren’t off base. “744o one really expected the UFOs to show up,” Ruppelt wrote in his book, The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects Author: Dave Roos.

Mark Pilkington's top 10 books about UFOs 1. The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects by Edward J Ruppelt. Flying Saucer Pilgrimage by Bryant and Helen Reeve. Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky by Carl Jung.

The UFO Experience By J Allen Hynek. The Mothman Author: Mark Pilkington. Alien Agenda by Jim Marrs. Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens by Dr.

John E. Mack. Above Top Secret: The Worldwide U.F.O. Cover-Up by Timothy Good. UFOs and the National Security State Series by Richard Dolan. These are all really good places to start. You can also find these books pretty cheap used (except maybe for some of the Vallee ones).

In his book, he basically goes through the best UFO cases available, especially those where the UFO had some kind of effect on people or the environment, and using his knowledge of physics, he draws conclusions about UFOs. One of his conclusions is that the UFOs are propelled by "a force akin to gravity, but of an opposite nature.".

Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men presents a fresh look at UFOs and extraterrestrials. Working from a rational Christian worldview, authors Hugh Ross, Kenneth Samples, and Mark Clark initiate a search for truth to answers about extraterrestrial life, conspiracy theories, /5(73).

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Looking at Ufos by Susan Harris, AprilFranklin Watts edition, School & Library Binding in English - Library Binding editionPages: Looking at UFOs by Susan Harris.

Scholastic Library Publishing, Library Binding. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.

At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend jacket quality is not guaranteed. The fact that the government chose to spend some cash on a supposedly scientific look at UFOs and which recommended discontinuing Project Blue Book and any further investigations of UFOs.

Though there are UFOs in this book, famously the one on which Indrid Cold, a sort of Man in Black seen by one Woodrow Derenberger, rode, this book deals mostly with the many odd events (notably the titular Mothman creature) leading up to a bridge collapse in West Virginia. Looking at UFOs as evidence of the supernatural, Alien Intrusion examines the popular topic of extr aterrestrials from a creationist, Christian perspective.

Linking society's love for the supernatural, the mysterious, the meaning of existence, and the philosophical aspects of the beginning of the cosmos to a religious drive for the truth, this work brings together Biblical accounts and 5/5(2). A third of Americans believe in UFOs, but they aren't all looking for the same thing New book explores the movement that shows no signs of slowing.

In Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men, the authors have initiated a search for truth to answers about UFO sightings and extraterrestrial life.

Using extensive scientific background and. The subject of UFOs has long fascinated National Archives staff members as well. In a JNational Archives The Text Message blog post, “See Something, Say Something”: UFO Reporting Requirements, Office of Military Government for Bavaria, Germany, May archivists Greg Bradsher and Sylvia Naylor share a brief history of Project Blue Book, the project’s alternative names.

Mysteries -Books on the Mysteries of Ancient History, Lands and Races and Unexplained Phenomenon Theology - Books on various religious subjects around the world and throughout the Ages UFOs - A large selection of UFO books we have collected through the years New Age - Books on various subjects including self-help, alternative medicines, crystals and gems alternative theories.The book I'm looking for is a dystopian one from the 70's or 80's.

This black girl goes on an expedition with a group of scientists to a land that they thought no one lived people in their society are all black, and they have a class system where darker skin is considered better. Midway there is a little plain rest area. There I saw a funny looking man, his head was too big and his eyes were odd.

My first thought was that if aliens exist, he must be one. So, I kind of forgot that and went to look for books. Then I spotted him in the library reading area.

He had at least ten ufo books in front of him. I stared him moth Reviews: