UFO FBI Connection: The Secret History of the Government's Cover-up

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Llewellyn Publications, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 311 pages
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"The truth is out there."

This has been the popular tag line from the TV show, The X-Files. This leads to two questions: Are there real X-Files, and where is "out there?"

Bruce Maccabee gives the surprising answers to these and many more questions in UFO-FBI Connection.

Maccabee is a physicist working for the U.S. Navy. He has participated in top secret programs. His interest in UFOs led him to use the Freedom of Information Act to get previously secret documents about UFOs from the CIA, Air Force and other government agencies. He also received 1,600 pages of secret documents from the FBI. The secrets in all of these documents are revealed for the first time ever in this book.

What you'll discover in these pages is not a unified government cover-up but an embarrassing competition between government agencies over power, glory and importance. The consistent loser has been the truth… until now.

In UFO-FBI Connection, you will learn about the large number of UFO sightings that cannot be written off as error or prank. You will discover that many UFOs have been sighted over our most secret government installations, especially those involving nuclear weapons! You'll see how government agencies almost fall over each other in attempts to disprove what the other said. You'll be appalled to discover that you have been lied to from people at the bottom all the way up to J. Edgar Hoover himself.

This book reveals the gaffs, the cover-ups and attempted cover-ups from 1947 to the present. You'll also see that as far back as 1948, researchers in the Air Force had concluded that UFOs have an interplanetary origin. This book proves that the truth isn't just out there, but is in the hands of our government. What you do with this information is up to you.

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Maccabee is a physicist employed by the U.S. Navy.

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