This is the startling, bewildering, intriguing, and wildly popular account of Stan Romanek's scientifically supported and well-documented experiences of alien encounters and abductions. It is augmented by lab reports, testimonial from prominent professors, and vivid recollections of photo and video stills shots and refers to proven mathematical equations of which Stan should have no known knowledge.
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The rugged routes to Kabul teemed with worldwide youth in search of cheap drugs and enlightenment. With the idyllic dreamers came hard core criminals. Sent to Kabul to take on the criminals was Federal Narcotics Agent, Terrence Burke. Working undercover, often without backup, Burke dismantled smuggling operations in Afghanistan and India. The issues he portrays in Afghanistan are still confronting us today.
An uncomplicated financial book, Become the Banker is for anyone who wants to achieve financial freedom and security. Whether you are just starting your working years or are nearing retirement - or would like to help your children and grandchildren learn a powerful strategy to help them avoid the financial mistakes that most people make - this book is for you.
Written in 1843, "The Tell-Tale Heart" is a dark and eerie tale of a man's unhealthy obsession that leads him to commit murder. Will his paranoia get him caught? This is one of Poe's finest and most memorable short stories!
Written in 1846, "The Cask of Amontillado" is a powerful tale of revenge and is considered universally to be one of Poe's best short stories. Montresor, the sinister narrator of this tale, pledges revenge upon Fortunato for an insult. Montresor intends to seek vengeance in support of his family motto: "Nemo me impune laces sit" (no one assails me with impunity). Simple piano music sets a haunting mood while narrator Michael Pearl weaves a tale you will never forget.
A young boy finds a homeless dog desperate for love and brings him into his home. What is frightening about Crane's take on this typical relationship, a boy and his dog, are the parallels between the young boy's treatment of the dog and his abusive, alcoholic father's treatment of those around him.
In 1962, the International Geneva Accords declared Laos to be neutral and generally restricted from foreign interference and foreign troops. Thus began the CIA's secret war in Laos, led by a handful of CIA paramilitary officers in the mountains of Laos against North Vietnamese and Lao Communist forces.
This newly launched report argues that development policies based on new insights into how people actually think and make decisions will help governments and civil society more readily tackle such challenges as increasing productivity, breaking the cycle of poverty from one generation to the next, and acting on climate change.