The interrupted journey: two lost hours "aboard a flying saucer,"

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Dial Press, 1966 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 301 pages
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I read this book in the '70's and thought it was an ok read. Lately I want to read it again, but then I feel sad and unsettled about reading it again, so I am undecided. I don't consider this book a waste of time, so read it for yourself to get your own feeling from it.

Review: The Interrupted Journey Two Lost Hours Aboard A Flying Saucer

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This book is a classic for ufologists, being the first popular researched account of what has become to be known as the alien abduction phenomenon. Fuller, a journalist already known for some work on ... Read full review

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