Aliens in the Skies: The Scientific Rebuttal to the Condon Committee Report
John Grant Fuller
Putnam, 1969 - Unidentified flying objects - 217 pages
Are UFOs fantasy ... or hard fact? The government-sponsored Condon Committee's report was SUPPOSED to settle the "flying saucer" question for good: UFO reports were based on stars, weather balloons, planes, hallucinations, and fraud. But -- What were the shining objects the Gemini astronauts saw? What makes cars stop when "saucers" approach? What kind of "hallucination" shows up visually AND on radar? What about the HUNDREDS of UFO sightings by astronomers, pilots, policemen, and other trained observers?
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