Crash at Corona: The U.S. Military Retrieval and Cover-Up of a UFO

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Paragon House, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 217 pages
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The startling true story of the incident that began the modern UFO era--the crash of a flying saucer in New Mexico in 1947--by the investigator who broke the case. Friedman and Berliner tracked down 100 witnesses, including 30 who claim first-hand experience with the crash remnants. Their previously untold stories, plus evidence of the U.S. government's cover-up, make for a thrilling read. Photographs.

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CRASH AT CORONA: The U.S. Military Retrieval and Cover-Up of a UFO

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Long-awaited report by Friedman, a nuclear physicist and well- known UFO buff, and Berliner (Want a Job? Get Some Experience. Want Experience? Get a Job, 1978) on the most controversial UFO case in US ... Read full review

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As the 50th anniversary approaches of the crash of a so-called extraterrestrial craft near Roswell, New Mexico, the UFO conspiracy theory is getting more attention. These latest books approach Roswell ... Read full review

Contents

A History of Modern Sightings
1
The Search for Evidence Begins
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The Government and UFOs
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Copyright

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