The Roswell Encyclopedia

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HarperCollins, Sep 5, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 416 pages
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On July 6, 1947, rancher Mack Brazel walked into the sheriffs office in Rosewell, New Mexico, to report some strange debris in one of his fields.  The incident was the culmination of several reports of strange lights, sounds, and shapes in the sky; the beginning of a series of government statements, retractions, and denials; and the subject of a thousand conflicting stories.


What actually happened at Rosewell-and how the government reacted to the case-has been in dispute for more than half a century.  Now this unique reference guide, by one of the best known and respected Rosewell experts, presents a mountain of pertinent information in an easy-to-use A-to-Z format, including facts, theories, people, objects, observation, and events.  Exhaustive, up-to-date, and compelling, The Rosewll Encyclopedia will help you come to your conclusions about an incident that continues to mystify and fascinate believers and skeptics alike.

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Kevin D. Randle, Captain, U.S.A.F.R., is the author of Project Moondust, Conspiracy of Silence, and A History of UFO Crashes, and the co-author of UFO Crash at Roswell and The Truth About the UFO Crash at Roswell. A Captain in the United States Air Force Reserve, he is considered the foremost expert on the Roswell incident, and is well known as a serious researcher of extraterrestrial phenomena. Captain Randle makes his home in lowa.

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