The UFO Evidence: A 30-year report, Volume 2

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Richard Hall
Scarecrow Press, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 681 pages
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The book reports on thirty years of UFO sightings since publication of the first volume, with related data and descriptive features organized by category. In this report, sightings are arranged by witness categories. Among the topics discussed are the now strongly established patterns of UFO sightings, the growing evidence worldwide of UFO technology, the history of government-sponsored UFO investigations, and political and human responses to UFO sightings. The master chronology refers readers to pertinent sections in the book for fuller descriptions.

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The book is not really theory or narrative. Unlike many similar books, it is evidence and reports, and it is somewhat exhaustive, in its own way. I read it all the way through, and I retain it as a ... Read full review


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Richard H. Hall is a well-known authority in the field of ufology. In 1964 he compiled the first volume of The UFO Evidence as a documentary report for the National Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena. Hall is outgoing Chairman of the Washington-based Fund for UFO Research. He was a consultant to the 1966-68 University of Colorado UFO study sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

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