The Uninvited: An Expose of the Alien Abduction Phenomenon

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Random House Publishing Group, Apr 13, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 352 pages
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Are they really here?
Non-human encounters . . . Shocking abductions . . . Bizarre medical experiments . . . At last--an expose of the alien abduction phenomenon from a government expert.
A New Yorker is pulled from her apartment building by a beam of light--an event witnessed by security guards and a world-famous statesman . . . Two tough Mississippi shipyard workers are snatched up by a UFO for an involuntary medical exam . . . a Brazilian law student is spirited away to impregnate an alien female . . .
Alien abductions--are they hysteria, hoaxes, dreams . . . or the real thing? UFO expert Nick Pope, assigned by the British government's Ministry of Defense to find out, began his investigation as a skeptic. He ended up a believer. Now the real-life version of the X-Files agent Fox Mulder presents his shocking findings. Uncensored and unexpurgated, Agent Pope gives you the eye-opening facts: Who was abducted? What happened to them? And finally, Pope's own chilling speculation about why . . .

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Often referred to as "the real Fox Mulder," Pope summarized his investigative work on UFOs for Britain's Ministry of Defense in Open Skies, Closed Minds (S. & S., 1996). Here he turns his attention to ... Read full review

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PART ONE 1 The Little People
The Space People
The Space People Turn Nasty

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About the author (1999)

From 1991 to 1994 Nick Pope investigated UFO sightings for the British government's Ministry of Defence. He continues to research and investigate UFO sightings and alien abductions in a private capacity. He writes for various magazines and is in constant demand on the lecture circuit.

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