The UFO Book: Encyclopedia of the Extraterrestrial

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Visible Ink Press, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 705 pages
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Are we alone? Have individuals among us been contacted by beings from other planets, solar systems, galaxies, universes? For believers, skeptics, abductees, clinical staff, and everyone who's ever thought they saw something curious in the night sky, this authoritative encyclopedia is unparalleled in its comprehensive and up-to-date coverage. Simply put, it's the best book on UFOs you can get on this planet. From probes to lost time, you won't want to board a strange hovering craft without it. The UFO Book delves into 200 intriguing topics, from claims of aerial phenomena in medieval times to the Heaven's Gate tragedy, examining the evidence in an open-minded manner. It states the facts with meticulous scholarship and permits readers to decide whether or not extraterrestrials exist. An abundant resource section describes UFO-related organizations, publications, and web sites. Author of several books on the paranormal and a three-volume masterwork on UFOs, Jerome Clark is an expert investigator of anomalous occurrences, the former editor of the UFO magazine Fate, and past vice president and current board member of the J. Allen Hyneck Center for UFO Studies. He's spent the last four decades in search of the truth about close encounters, researching, analyzing, and bringing to light anything remotely connected to what the world identifies as UFOs and extraterrestrial life.

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Clark is vice president of the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies and editor of its bimonthly International UFO Reporter.

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