Intercept but Don't Shoot: The True Story of Flying Saucers

Narrated by: Tom Fria
Length: 9 hrs and 50 mins
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Awesome and frightening...  

In this landmark audiobook, Italian aeronautical engineer Renato Vesco lays the groundwork for finally learning the truth about many so-called "unidentified" flying objects.  

Since 1948, when the US Air Force issued the famous order, "Intercept - but don't shoot," American pilots have been outgunned by objects periodically invading terrestrial airspace. Flying saucers have been in the news almost every day. No longer can the government issue blanket denials, for UFOs are an observed fact.  

For more than 25 years, Vesco has been studying the possibility of invasion from outer space and coverups by world governments. In this audiobook, Vesco offers suggestions for future solutions. He discusses why so many government officials want their constituents to believe that these very real objects do not exist.  

But the truth can no longer be denied. The layman’s intelligence can no longer be underestimated. Officials worldwide must open their secret files and come forward with the facts.  

©1982 Saucerian Press (P)2018 NEW SAUCERIAN LLC

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-25-19

Interesting Topic

Having read several other books on the same subject,it's clear the Author was working from the outside,but still he tells a good story that leaves the listener pondering the big Picture when it's Over