Cover-Up at Roswell

Exposing the 70-Year Conspiracy to Suppress the Truth
Narrated by: Rudy Sanda
Length: 6 hrs and 41 mins
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Publisher's Summary

As we approach the 70th anniversary of the most significant UFO event of all time, best-selling author Donald R. Schmitt takes a fresh look at the renowned incident. Previous books on Roswell, including his, have focused on the witnesses, their families, and the history of the case. Cover-Up at Roswell catalogs the extreme measures the US government exercised to suppress the truth. How they silenced military witnesses clearly demonstrates their need to prevent the facts from leaking out. But more disconcerting are the tactics used against civilians and the media. Over the years, the government has actually issued four different explanations for what took place in 1947, yet Roswell remains a mystery, shrouded in secrecy, cover-ups, and deception. Is a fifth explanation at hand? Cover-Up at Roswell includes fascinating new information, such as:

  • The most comprehensive timeline of events ever written
  • What the base commander's secretary confessed
  • The answers to the 20 most frequently asked questions about Roswell
  • The Roswell "smoking gun", provided by one of the very arbiters of the cover-up

The search for the truth about Roswell continues. Are we brave enough to accept it?

©2017 Donald R. Schmitt (P)2017 Tantor

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great book

loved the book. very interesting . The narrator did a great job. will recommend this book to everybody.

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Great Read !!!! All the Know Facts in One Place.

Great Story that Needs to Be Told. :-) **********† WoW !!!!!!!!!!??? UFO's ARE REAL !!! THANX !!!!!

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Great

Love the full description of the event. Really makes a person think. If this is really true; it is one of the biggest events in all history!

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Super great detail into the whole coverup

Awesome book with a lot of detail into before and after of the Roswell case.

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A very good listen!

Written with stunning clarity, this book is for those who thought they knew everything about the Roswell incident but in fact only knew the basics. It brings the reader or listener, right into the mind and times of the people who lived it.

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  • 05-16-18

thorough research

I have read many reports over the last twenty something years, but this is the most informative! I would recommend to those new or already well versed in the subject.

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  • S M Field
  • 12-06-18

Back to front

Start at Chapter 12 and then the appendix. The first 11 Chapters are a confusing list of names and recounted happenings, often repeated. I am not convinced it was a flying saucer having got to the end of all this - maybe it was a balloon after all?

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  • Kathy and Tony Smith
  • 08-01-19

The reader has an irritating sarcastic voice

The actual information given could easily have been presented in 250 words however the writer continually repeats the same information with slight variations. Procrastination becomes obvious with regards to making a point or should I say issue with regards to the events or non event if one listens to those who were there or not there if you follow my meaning or intent with regards to extending or padding out what little information is contained within the text or so called book and of course this review tends to follow with a slight tendency to imitate or copy the same, or similar, certainly not dissimilar style of presentation so as to make it appear to be saying far more than it actually does say or not say depending on how you choose to interpret the abovementioned information which can be found in this review.