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edition edition (1997)
..............9 x 6.2 x 1.1 inches
by Jacques F. Vallée)
by Joseph Allen
UFOs recently made
the leap back from folklore to news stories,
when a cult claimed a UFO was following
the Hale-Bopp comet. Originally released
in 1977, this just-republished report by
the world's foremost authority distills
12,000 "sightings" and
140,000 pages of Project Blue Book "evidence" into
a coherent explanation. A U.S. Air Force-sponsored
UFO-basher for years, Hynek had completely changed
his tune by the late 1960s. Whether you believe
in little green men or an official government cover-up
policy, The Hynek UFO Report is must reading for
your own analysis.
• Have UFOs really
been reported by every nation
across the globe?
• Can all the
eyewitness reports simply be fantasy?
• Are we victims of mass hallucination
or just plain lies?
• Have close encounters actually
• Is the government concealing deep secrets
a hidden base?
Here are answers to at least
some of the mysteries...and educated guesses on
others. New foreword
by Dr. Jacques F. Vallée.
If there's one book that
you want to read on the UFO phenomena, then I'd
suggest getting a copy of this one. J. Allan Hynek
originally worked as head of Project Blue Book,
the U.S. Air Force's attempt to "study" and
ultimately debunk, the numerous UFO sightings that
were occuring after 1947. A trained scientist,
he was a skeptic, but soon came to the
conclusion that in a small number of cases, nearly
one in four, something truly unexplained had occured.
In a field where much has been published that is
simply outrageous and fabricated, The Hynek UFO
Report is rational, logical and realistic.
reveals for the first time that the government's studies
had been tainted by prejudice from on high. Roughly
23 percent of all UFO reports during the fifties and
sixties were of "unknown" origin and this
bombshell of a book was nothing less than scandalous
at the time. Hynek, as the government's lead investigator
of the phenomenon, admits that his own research had
been misleading, if not downright dishonest. Governments
from around the world have taken the USAF's position
of "it can't be, therefore, it isn't" and
have sought to protect and insulate themselves from
criticism of ineptitude with their policy of silence.
The Hynek UFO Report distills over 12,000 sightings
and 140,000 official Project Blue Book pages. Hynek
reveals what the government suppressed and why. This
book should be in every serious UFO researcher's library.
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