posted on Aug, 1 2010 @ 06:57 AM
Originally posted by copper5661
reply to post by hotbakedtater
That's the one that I read first. It has been mentioned by current UFO writers so I jumped right in.
I enjoyed it. I like to have a copy I can call my own.
My true introduction to the ufo field, not just my cursory interest due to my own
sightings, came in the form of a Keyhoe book, and I was lucky enough to find it at a goodwill. That and used book stores are great places to find
these old classics.
I posted a thread ages ago with a large large list of ufology books, some rare and hard to find. If you want to own some of these books, versus
printing them off the internet, that is an option.
Here is a link to that online ufo bookstore, great resource for buffs.
Edited to add!! Be warned the site has a little music playing, so when you hear it, (it scared me, I was not expecting it and I thought a lady was in
the room with me for a split second, til I realized what it was, teehee) and if you do not like it, pressing your escape key stops it instantly.
[edit on 1-8-2010 by hotbakedtater]