UFOs and how to See Them
."..the only book currently in print that could be described as a 'field guide' for UFO sky watchers. Veteran UFO investigator Jenny Randles points out the common aerial objects...that might be mistaken for truly anomalous UFOs, and offers some tips on places to go to maximize your UFO sighting possibilities...you will want to have this well-illustrated guide with you. Thumbnail sketches of famous UFO sightings and common UFO shapes (and the ever fascinating crop circles!) enhance interest. Appropriate for YAs and adults new to the topic."-- "Booklist. 144 pages (39 in color), 68 b/w illus., 7 1/2 x 9 3/4.
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