Copyright ©1988 by Timothy Good;;Recording (P)1996 by Alternative Audio
"...absolutely stunning. This is because the weight of the evidence is too powerful to deny: Mr. Good has proven his case. The amazing story he tells is true." (Whitley Streiber, Communion)
I would actually recommend this. It was not the most entertaining but the info was presented well. It's a bit of a stretch and slow moving but another take on UFO mythology.
Just the possibility of another cover up regarding UFO's. A long time ago I met a pilot who supposedlyflew the alien bodies to a different government site. Ever since hearing that story I look for various confirmations by other sources. More of a hobby interest than anything else.
None in particular comes to mind. It was slow moving.
I would only recommend a tv or internet movie.
There are better stories out there but this is still worth listening.
I'm a huge reptoid/ufo/conspiracy freak! Just a silly hobby of mine to keep the mind everexpanding!
I must admit when I first purchased Timothy Good's masterpiece collection of UFO literature I was purely overwelmed due to his complex style of writing but being able to listen to it instead was absolutly awsome! You can't get this type of information on endless Youtube videos so this book was money well spent!
That's Top Secret information, sorry you will have to buy the book!
This guy does a great job. I hope one day he narrates Beyond Top Secret but it's doubtful since the book was from the 90's
The aliens are allready here and were all fucked!
Attention Timothy Good: Please make all of your books available on Audiobook. There are plenty of lazy UFO nutz like myself that will gladly pay to listen instead of reading your complex /elegent writing style!
If you have a choice of listening to this audibook, or some random stranger reading the phone book, go with the latter! This brings a whole new level of boredom to audiobooks. OH MY GOD his voice is soo monotinous, and absolutely nothing he says is even remotely interesting. This book is awful, awful, awful, awful.
The author examines 2 questions: 1) Are UFO's extraterrestrial? And 2) Is the truth being kept top secret, by a policy shield of "national security"? The book exposed to me, at least, why answering the 2nd question should increasingly become the focus of investigation; as it is a man-made puzzle, fully resolvable by current scientific method and a regard for transparency. Deniability by our country's secretive and security-sacred agencies resonates with plausibility; but maintaining a worldwide secret across - or precisely from - all other countries and governments, becomes decidedly less possible in an increasingly connected, and more technologically advanced global society. The "truth" will emerge if we pursue it.
I have downloaded 3 times. still starts at chapter two, very sad, its an OK book. I am not a UFO guru but thought it would be cool and my kids had a report for school they were doing. ALSO I was in the USAF for 20 years worked in some black projects at Nellis spent time at area 51 so I find it humorous to read or hear about it.
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