Sight Unseen: Science, UFO Invisibility and Transgenic Beings

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Simon and Schuster, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 481 pages
"New York Times" bestselling author and pioneering UFO abduction investigator Budd Hopkins explores the connection between the unexplained phenomena of UFOs, the cutting edge of science here on Earth -- and the alien presence already on Earth.

Featuring never-before-reported case investigations and first-person accounts, SIGHT UNSEEN probes a pattern of landmark abduction events which may point to an alien experiment already at work, including:

  • Two noncommissioned officers are abducted from a busy military airfield in broad daylight with no prior warning -- leading to the theory that UFOs have the ability to become invisible.

  • Elaborately staged abductions carried out by beings that appeared to be human -- but who possessed extrasensory abilities and a stunted range of emotions.

  • A five-year-old girl who was taken to a nighttime playground -- where she encountered twelve nearly identical, quasi-human children.

    These startling revelations are accompanied by discussions of recent scientific advances that could make such phenomena possible, including stealth technology, cloning, and the science of transgenics that could allow the creation of an alien/human life hybrid. Combining compelling UFO research with bizarre, new scientific discoveries, the authors build a strong and disturbing case that these otherworldly events are frighteningly real.

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    Contents

    Introduction
    1
    Carol Rainey
    5
    Unseen
    19
    HidingAnd Sometimes
    21
    Missing Children a ThreeStory Fall
    27
    Uncovering Clues to the Science of Invisibility
    51
    The Camera Never Lies?
    77
    The Perpetual Photographer
    100
    The Breakdown of the Barriers Between Species
    190
    The Man Who Knew Too Much
    221
    The Case of the Missing LadiesRoom
    244
    A Very Special Perfume
    253
    Vulnerable in a Thousand Ways
    258
    First You See Them Then You Dont
    283
    The Phantom Support Group Stewart
    291
    The Outback Steak House Incident
    305

    The Strange Case of the Reluctant Faucets
    118
    How to Explain Katharina?
    130
    The Rippling Window
    142
    Maggies Holographic Body?
    152
    A Note on UFO Research
    158
    Seen
    161
    Aliens Here and Now
    163
    New LifeForms
    174
    Eyewitness Testimony and a Command Performance
    178
    Behind the Scenery
    326
    AnneMarie and the Elusive Mr Paige
    349
    The Luckiest Little Abductee
    375
    Damoe and the Unmarked Helicopters
    401
    Ours or Theirs?
    421
    A Few Final Words
    445
    Notes
    455
    Index
    469
    Copyright

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    About the author (2004)

    Budd Hopkins is the "New York Times" bestselling author of three seminal books of the UFO abduction phenomenon: "Witnessed, Intruders, " and "Missing Time." He has appeared on hundreds of national television and radio programs, and was the spokesperson for the SCI FI channels miniseries "Taken, " produced by Steven Spielberg. He is also head of IF, the Intruders Foundation, a nonprofit research and support organization.

    Carol Rainey is a writer and filmmaker who has produced and directed many PBS and independent documentaries on medical and scientific subjects.

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