Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us?

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Macmillan, Feb 15, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 324 pages
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Warning: After you read this book you will believe in alien life.

The possible existence of extraterrestrial life is a phenomenon that has sparked more debate, controversy, fascination, and passion than any in recent history. Outpourings of UFO sightings, alien abductions, and covert government activity point to a truth which-as much as some people would like to-simply won't die. Now, in this provocative new book, bestselling author and UFOlogist Whitley Strieber boldly explores the vast territory of alien encounters, uncovering the most conclusive evidence of all: physical evidence that aliens may really be here.

Marvel as Whitley Strieber tells his own compelling story-and those of countless others-while you discover:

-Shocking new close encounters, many involving groups of people
-Thousands of sightings worldwide, many captured on video
-Shocking evidence of five mysterious implants surgically removed from human bodies
-And much, much more!

The most compelling question in the universe has remained unanswered for centuries. Now, finally, there is...Confirmation.

With a gallery of thought-provoking photos!
 

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Appendix pg. 265 begins interview with Monsignor Corrado Balducci of the Vatican on the topic of Extraterrestrials and Christianity. Buckle up, my friends. Here we go. Read full review

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When the title of your book is "Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us" it would probably be a good idea to produce some hard evidence. This book is the loosest of innuendo; the shakiest of suppositions; and probably hurts more than helps the UFO movement. The so-called "hard evidence" - the shards of foreign materials found in a few people are classified as alien, even though not one of them is of a foreign substance not found in nature. I love a good UFO tale, but this book proves absolutely nothing and isn't even a provocative read. Whitley has completely milked the alien abduction genre, and I'm sure he's not done... It's been too profitable! 

Contents

Miracle over Mexico
9
August 6 1997
26
Alien Shadows
37
An Undiscovered Country
47
Never a Straight Answer
60
Hidden Hardware
73
Close Encounter
93
An Emergency Situation
95
Early Days
177
The One Within
190
Dr Roger Leirs Discovery
201
Jesses Story
219
Junior
233
My Implant
245
What Do the Implant Data Mean?
259
A New World If You Can Take It
277

The Journey Begins
107
Beyond the Dark
119
Innocence
132
Worlds Beyond
146
Yes Or No
158
Hard Evidence
176
Interview with Monsignor Corrado Balducci
293
Afterword
307
Further Reading
308
Index
312
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Whitley Strieber is widely known for his bestselling account of his own close encounter, Communion: A True Story. He is engaged in the most advanced research being conducted into the physical evidence of close encounters.

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