Open Skies, Closed Minds: For the First Time a Government UFO Expert Speaks Out

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Simon & Schuster, 1996 - Unidentified flying objects - 270 pages
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This text reveals what is in the X-Files residing in the deepest vaults of the Ministry of Defence. It outlines cases of sightings, together with the government policy and procedure. It also details the Government's response to phenomena like crop circles, animal mutilations and famous sightings such as the Rendelsham Forest case (1980), the Roswell incident, and the sightings of the US supersonic aircraft Aurora which has never been officially denied or otherwise. The book argues that there is a real threat to national security and that not enough is being done about it.

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Review: Open Skies, Closed Minds: Official Reactions to the UFO Phenomenon

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Very interesting, though the obvious tales of ufos are fascinating, i like the points that are made regarding the MODs view that ufos are not a threat to british national security. Read full review

Contents

The CoverUp
173
Danger in the Sky
191
Earth Versus the Flying Saucers
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