Alien Sightings in America
In 1878 in Denison, Texas, a man named John Martin looked up into the sky and saw something he could not explain. Americans have been hooked on the possibility of beings from space visiting Earth ever since. A sense of wonder, and reality, are brought to some popular legends of alien encounters and sightings in this volume. The final chapter explores how these legends have become even more popular thanks to movies, television, and literature.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
For More Information
abducted by aliens air raid aircraft airplanes alien spacecraft Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest began investigating called Project Canada Carter Condon Report cover-up crash crew extraterrestrial FBI agent fever pitch film flying craft flying saucers Friedman Gillian Anderson H. G. Wells’s hoax huge success Images inspired the movie interest in UFOs interview Major Jesse Jennifer Bringle Kenneth Arnold Major Jesse Marcel military Mount Rainier movie Fire nuclear objects flying Phoenix Lights physicist Pompton Plains popular culture portrayed Project Blue Book Project Grudge Project Mogul Project Sign Publishing regulates the airways reported seeing unidentified reports of UFO research of UFO Roswell Incident scientific seen shape sightings began sightings were reported Space Administration NASA Stanton Studies told the story Travis Walton U.S. Air Force UFO activity UFO incident occurred UFO phenomena UFO Research UFO sightings UFO*BC UFOs and aliens Unexplained unidentified flying object Walton Experience Weather balloons Witnesses reported York