I've read so many, but many do stick out. Just a partial list here.
If you want to read one of the most interesting, and my current favorite, here is a
, or you can buy the paperback like I did. This writer did graduate study in (the
underside of) US history, then did investigative reporting, essays, and other writing, so is a serious writer to start. At present, he's working on a
book to be titled After Contact and Conflict with Extraterrestrials... The Next Step: Interaction with Mixed Alien Communities.
I've met and
talked at length to him. Brilliant and sober. The book is almost unbelievable, but after my own experiences and 30-40 years of study, I believe good
information on several levels.
Here's a link to his site and a free copy you can download.
I otherwise also think The Day after Roswell
is good, even though Corso was not happy with some of the exagerations Bill Burns added.
The books by Philip Krapf
, heres a link at ATS to read about him. Phil
Lesley Kean's UFOs
(so objective it's scary good)
Messages by Stan Romanek
Millennial Hospitality 1,2,3 & 4 by Charles James Hall
(Tall Whites have been here for some time, but just passing through, using Earth as
a weigh station.)
Another all time favorite;
Passport to the Cosmos by the late John E. Mack M.D.
(anything by John is great)
I am out of time, but if you want compelling reading and not just descriptions of UFOs these will do the trick. They will tell you more about the
reasons, the beings, the methods and technologies and very specific details about extraterrestrial agendas and the variety of species visiting, and
looking for more than just a visit.
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