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Flying Saucers Are Watching Us: An Astonishing New Theory That a Race of Ancient Aliens from Outer Space Is the Long-Sought "Missing Link" in Human Development

Narrated by: Gordon MacCathay
Length: 6 hrs and 50 mins
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New Saucerian is pleased to reprint Flying Saucers Are Watching Us: An Astonishing New Theory That a Race of Ancient Aliens from Outer Space Is the Long-Sought "Missing Link" in Human Development by Otto O. Binder, the famous comic book artist and science writer who often ate lunch with Fortean researcher John A. Keel in New York City. Keel wrote that Binder was the "very first ufologist" because Binder began writing about UFOs and flying discs in the early 1930s. 

This book in particular is of note because it was published BEFORE Erich von Daniken's Chariots of the Gods, making it the very first Ancient Aliens book of all time. Binder wastes no time in getting to the same points we see today on the popular Ancient Aliens TV program.  

As an artist, Binder was responsible for the creation of characters like Supergirl, Brainiac, and Krypto the Super Dog (as well as the entire Bizarro line of comics) and wrote stories for major comics like Superman, Captain America, and The Submariner.  

Flying Saucers Are Watching Us is a must-have for today's serious UFO/Fortean researcher. The alien hybrid topic is still as hot - and unexplored - as it was 50 years ago.

©1984 Saucerian Press (P)2018 NEW SAUCERIAN LLC

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