UFO Mysteries: A Reporter Seeks the Truth

Front Cover
Llewellyn Worldwide, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 228 pages
2 Reviews
"UFO Mysteries is one of the best works on the subject of UFOs since Jacques Vallee's seminal 1965 Anatomy of a Phenomenon. Sutherly has blended skillful writing with the determination of a true investigator to produce an objective and introspective look at one of the greatest enigmas humankind has so far faced."

Rick R. Hilberg, Ufologist and Anomalist
Cleveland, Ohio


Fifty Years of UFO Stories
Filled with anecdotes and insider information, UFO Mysteries chronicles fifty years of UFO occurrences in the United States and Europe, from Kenneth Arnold's 1947 sighting over Mt. Rainier to the wave of triangular UFO sightings over the U.S. and Great Britain during the 1990s.

Derived in part from Strange Encounters, the author's earlier book, this updated and expanded version combines a journalistic style with first-person recollection to give the reader a fresh-and remarkable-view of the UFO phenomenon.

Included are fifteen rare photographs from a private collection, among them a previously unpublished UFO photograph mailed anonymously to radio station KYW in Cleveland, Ohio.

  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Part
64
To the End of the Millennium
77
The Disinformation Game
91
Dreamland
107
Dark Moons Red World
127
Shapeshifters in the Sky
151
A Gathering
171
UFO Sighting Summary
185
The KYW Photograph
213
Index
219
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2001)

Curt Sutherly is a professional journalist who has studied and written about unexplained phenomena for over twenty years. His writing has appeared in newspapers and magazines across the country. An active interest in wildlife and natural history, combined with his background as an Air Force sergeant and his investigations of the paranormal, have given Curt a unique perspective from which to write this book. A native of Pennsylvania, Curt currently a federal civil servant for the Department of Air Force.

Bibliographic information