posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 02:14 PM
Originally posted by GrimReaper86
reply to post by smyleegrl
I don't know if it's been mentioned yet but personally I find:
UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the
Record to be an excellent book about the subject.
thank you, i JUSt wanted to recommend this one as well.
There is also a pretty good TV documentary which goes with that book.
The reason why it's good is that it covers some of the more "serious" but nevertheless classic UFO cases, ranging from Rendlesham to the Belgian
wave - and it makes a good case there is something to a certain percentage of sightings without being too speculative or "esoteric".
The docu and this book are definitely GOOD.
Someone else also mentioned Jacques Vallee which i personally think is EXCELLENT, in particular his trilogy Dimensions, Confrontations, Revelations
(superb, superb) - but i would ONLY recommend them to more experienced UFO buffs and not to someone new to the subject.
If he wants, he can also look through some of the classics by Mack, Jacobs, Maccabee which cover Alien abductions and all the spiritual/bizarre
elements but those are not "UFO case books" in the strict sense.
As a newbie, he should also be aware that MANY of the big classics should be taken with a grain of salt, in particular Whitley Strieber/Communion,
Gulf Breeze etc..etc..