Published June 3, 2003
by HarperTrophy .
Written in English
|Contributions||Christopher Santoro (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
What Really Happened in Roswell? book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Did aliens really crash in Roswell?Is the governmen /5(7). Roswell Really Happened, Says Former CIA Agent A year agency veteran says he knows what went down in the New Mexico desert 65 years ago — and coincidentally has a new book to promote By Amy Friedman J Conspiracy theories started to abound with the idea that the government was hiding something. In , two fame-seeking UFO-believing authors penned The Roswell Incident, 2 claiming they had interviewed over 75 witnesses as part of their research. It became the most-famous book on Roswell, showing alleged extracts from secret government documents. With his book Body Snatchers in the Desert Nick Redfern laid out the theory that the Roswell UFO "incident" wasn't aliens but something far more sinister. This book, the sequel, expands that theory with new evidence and a fresh look at the older stuff. It's interesting and, like any book of this nature, must be approached with an open mind/5(14).
A book called the “Roswell Incident” was published in by Charles Berlitz and William Moore. The book featured accounts of debris described by a man named Jesse Marcel, who was the only person allowed to accompany the debris that was discovered by William Brazel on the Foster homestead ranch, and claimed the debris was like”nothing. This is the second book that I have read concerning the Roswell incident, the first being 'The Roswell Incident' and I was interested to read this book being as the main author is the son of one of the people who had a direct involvement in the incident, and who himself actually saw and handled some the debris/5(94). Of the 90 people claimed to have been interviewed for The Roswell Incident, the testimony of only 25 appears in the book, and only seven of these people saw the debris. Of these, five handled the debris. Pflock, in Roswell: Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Believe (), makes a similar point about Randle and Schmitt's UFO Crash at nates: 33°′N °′W / . What Really Happened in Roswell?: Just the Facts (Plus the Rumors) about UFOs and Aliens Kathleen Krull, Author, Christopher Santoro, Illustrator HarperCollins $ (64p) ISBN
Something stunning happened in an isolated desert town in that made Roswell, New Mexico, famous. Fact and fiction about the space ship and alien sightings in Roswell are presented and put into a broader historical context. Sketches and open format help create a . Roswell UFO Crash: What Really Happened at Roswell? on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Roswell UFO Crash: What Really Happened at Roswell?Format: Unbound. Michael Heiser & Nick Redfern don't think an Alien spacecraft crashed in the desert of New Mexico on that fateful day. Neither do I. Something more sinister & closer to home happened. Nick Redfern says in his book the military was doing something they weren't suppose to be doing. On 8 July the Roswell Daily Record newspaper published a front page article with the headline “RAAF Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch in Roswell Region”, and the legend of America's most Author: The Week UK.