Ghosts of the Air: True Stories of Aerial Hauntings

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Galde Press, Inc., 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 268 pages
There are events witnessed in that half-way region between heaven and earth that defy all rational explanation. For years, author and pilot Martin Caidin collected these strange but true stories of aerial hauntings from experienced pilots and astronauts. His startling conclusion: Something is out there!
 

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Imagine witnessing unexplicable events while piloting a plane thousands of feet in the air. These are real accounts from pilots who have experienced strange phenomena. Landing at an airfield that wasn ... Read full review

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I am included and quoted in this book, I do NOT know the author, the author has never contacted me, nor has the publisher. The author has related the story incorrectly and even got my surname wrong!!! Therefore the publisher's foreword claiming to be a trustworthy book, written with accounts given to the author directly from the source is nonsense! 

Contents

10 October 1967
1
Black Thursday
5
The Hangover Mining Company
15
The Phantoms of Montrose
25
Moments Out of Time and Place
41
The Ghost That Could Not Be
59
Friends
67
Without Answers Tolls the Bell
85
Begin With Tangemere
145
Real Life
161
Hereand Gone
177
Its Still the Bermuda Triangle
187
A Mighty Fortress
215
A Stitch in Time
223
It Could Have Been Me
243
Believing
257

More Moments Out of Time and Place
111
Perplexity WithWithout Answers
129

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About the author (1994)

Martin Caidin is one of the outstanding aeronautics and aviation authorities in the world. He is also a member of the TenTon Club of England for his supersonic flying in the earlier days of "Mach-busting," and is as well known for his stunt flying and airshow performances as he is for writing. Of his more than 40 novels, "Cyborg "became his best known work when it was developed into the "Six Million Dollar Man" and "Bionic Woman" television series.

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