Aliens in America: A UFO Hunter's Guide to Extraterrestrial Hotpspots Across the U.S.

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Adams Media, Aug 18, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 256 pages
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You don’t have to be an avid hunter to enjoy the many UFO hotspots in the United States. Nor do you have to have any special clearance to pull your car up along the "Alien Highway" outside of Area 51 to watch the UFOs dance in the nighttime sky. Enthusiasts and vacationers looking for out-of-the-ordinary excursions just need this unique user’s guide to the most historic UFO hotspots around. Inside is classified information from across the nation, such as:

  • The Hudson Valley Triangle--New York
  • The Kokomo Lights--Indiana
  • The Great Lakes UFOs--Michigan
  • The Maury Island Incident--Washington
  • The Gulf Breeze Sightings--Florida

Whether they’re driving, camping, or flying, this book is the only guide readers will need to learn the story behind the hotspot, find the best hotel or campsite--and catch a glimpse of our friends in the sky.

 

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Contents

UFO Events
9
Chapter three the hudsOn valley sightings
19
Chapter FOur the BuCks COunty sightings
32
Taking Charge at the Scene
45
A Message the World Needed
59
Not a Bird or a Plane
72
Debunking the Skeptics
73
A Hunt for Answers
88
Evidence of Truth or Trouble?
127
Chapter thirteen the kOkOMO lights
140
The Story Retold and with New Sources
152
Chapter FiFteen wright Field and the MaC Magruder stOry
166
A Second Wave
180
Ours Theirs or Flares?
183
Context from Mt Rainier
196
At the Mercy of Skeptics
206

Doubt and Debunking
101
Counteroffensives by the Skeptics
114

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William J. Birnes is the host of the History Channel's UFO Hunters, publisher of UFO Magazine, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Day After Roswell.

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