New Saucerian proudly presents perhaps the most famous flying saucer book ever: Gray Barker's They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers! From flying saucers to the underground denizens of Lemuria, it's all here in this ufological classic.
Otto Binder reports on the strange disappearances and deaths of several UFO researchers. He also zeroes in on the mysterious Virginia psychic and UFO percipient Ted Owens, who claimed to be in direct telepathic contact with the "space intelligences" and the men in black (MIB). Could Owens, wonders Binder, hold the key to understanding and dealing with such dangerous cosmic interlopers?
This special 2015 edition provides in-depth coverage on several famous UFO cases (in many instances, the first reports ever generated about them), making Chasing the Flying Saucers an indispensable resource for today's paranormal investigator. Also featured are enlightening introductions from two of Barker's trusted friends and colleagues, Editor Rick Hilberg and Professor David J. Halperin.
Flying Saucer to the Center of Your Mind is a collection of magazine articles and lectures by the man many consider to be not only the 20th century’s premiere investigator of all things unusual and “Fortean,” but also our very own 20th-century “Mark Twain”: John A. Keel. Many of the articles in this anthology and its companion volumes, "The Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone" and "Searching for the String," were revolutionary, and explored ideas popularized in Keel’s classic books.
"Historical overview w/ rare details plus analysis"
While Freddy the pig relaxes in his best cowboy outfit and sings a song, he decides that he needs a vacation. He will ride his pony, Cy, out West. He'll see some wide-open spaces and maybe find some excitement. But before Freddy can leave, the excitement finds him first. Uncle Ben races up to the farm and asks Freddy for help. A pack of sneaky spies is trying to steal Uncle Ben's plans for building a flying saucer.
Frank Edwards was the Mutual Broadcasting Service's replacement for Edward R. Murrow. He was an American writer and broadcaster, and one of the pioneers in radio. Late in his life, he became well known for a series of popular books about UFOs and other paranormal phenomena. Hear stories of Flying Saucers, Wild Astronomer Reports, Crazy Power Sources, Censorship and government coverups, Moon Signals, Contactees and much more.
"A Lot Of Cool UFO Stories From 1966"
Are all flying saucers from outer space? This book says "No!" The author was shown prototype designs for Nazi saucers by a friend in the aerospace industry. Within a couple of years, both had vanished into thin air. Did they get too close to a forbidden secret? This book, the first ever on Nazi flying saucers, suggests that they did come too near. As publisher Gray Barker once said, they knew too much!
Following the appearance of flying saucers in 1947, the world experienced a wave of UFOs for several years. By 1955, however, sightings appeared to have dropped significantly.
Travel back in time to 1966 with this historical UFO recording - a radio news special program on UFOs, featuring comments by Donald Keyhoe, J. Allen Hynek, Al Chop (USAF), James Moseley, and Willliam Coleman (USAF). Eye-witness and news accounts discussed include the Washington, DC, radar case; the 1952, McMinville, Oregon, case; and the Exeter, New Hampshire sightings. Keyhoe also describes an aircraft case investigated by a secret government agency.
In 1953, the headquarters of the International Flying Saucer Bureau, a highly successful UFO research organization, suddenly closed its doors and ceased operation. The founder declared that the UFO mystery had been solved! Gray Barker, the organization's chief investigator, discovered that the closing had been preceded by a visit from three strange men - dressed entirely in black. What secret did this mysterious trio reveal, and why did they threaten those who knew it?
Sometimes, when a fella gets to help out with fightin' a war between two alien races, it's just not such a good idea to tell your wife. Sometimes the truth just isn't good enough. A really fun short story by USA Today best-selling writer Dean Wesley Smith. Best-selling author Dean Wesley Smith has written more than one hundred popular novels and hundreds published short stories. His novels include the science fiction novel Laying the Music to Rest and the thriller The Hunted as D.W. Smith.
This book, the first ever by prolific author T. M. Wright, is an extensive, probing survey of the state of UFO experiences circa the late 1960s. It is a thoughtful, well-written book with a lot of examples. Its contents include the 12 questions most often asked about flying saucers, classic cases (20 cases typical of the UFO phenomena), explanations, flap periods, contactees, and a summary.
Maybe life is a little more interesting than we first thought. Maybe there are extraterrestrial beings visiting Earth and maybe the infamous Men in Black are fighting a battle of secrecy.
In this unique UFO and ET recording, we discuss an infamous black helicopter harassing innocent bystanders. What are they protecting? What is so secret? The evidence in this interview shows that UFOs and the alien threat are VERY real.
This special report was hosted by the late, great Edward R. Murrow. This previously unavailable 1949 report features interviews and sound bites of military and civilian witnesses to many of the early landmark UFO encounters. This recording is believed to be the first assessment of the UFO phenomenon ever broadcast.
Outer-Space Travels on a Flying Saucer and Alien Abductions. Phasie's best friend gets into hot water - he is abducted by aliens and tickled all night. In order to figure out what happened and get back at the aliens, incredible and fantastic adventures are in store for Phasie.
New Saucerian proudly presents the original audiobook of Albert K. Bender's Flying Saucers and the Three Men--the book that started off the Men in Black (MIB) craze. Bender tells the story of how he was hushed up by the mysterious MIB. Were these men from outer space, inner Earth, or the government?
"Very Interesting. Don't let its dated content distract you"