What is it about Area 51 that makes it so secretive? How was it possible that the government kept what happened there in 1949 from the public opinion for almost 40 years? Why are they so afraid to reveal the truth? Do you know many of the people that were involved in this events eventually spoke, despite having signed secrecy agreements with the government? Why are there so many different contradictory versions about what happened there? Do you want to dive deep and have enough information to formulate your own conclusions?
Some of the things you will learn from this book are:
Find answer to these and many other questions about Area 51 by listening to this book. Are going to sit and believe everything your government is telling you? Or are you going to become an informed person and find your own conclusions? Why are they hiding this important truth from us? The answers you will find inside the book might completely change the way you see the UFO and Alien phenomena.
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I’ve always found the stories surrounding Area 51 interesting, and the material presented in this audio book had obviously been thoroughly researched and was intriguing if not fascinating; but the narrator reminded me of Joey Greco from “Cheaters, (obscure host you can look him up) and he made me feel like I had been cornered in some bar or grocery store by some guy eager to spew his facts. I don’t know if he was trying to give this audio book an “X file” feel but his constant prolonged emphasis on the last word of each sentence attempting to exude the importance of his statements was irritating beyond belief. There was some great info if you like alien research but my advice is to read the book instead.
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