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X-Files enthusiasts and paranormal activity speculators alike, here's the audiobook for you - a rich compellingly acted dramatization of Charles Eric Maine's U.F.O., in which performers Ed Bishop, Edward de Souza, Blain Fairman, Nicolette Marvin, and Mandy More bring alive research and popular theories about the existence of unidentified flying objects, and the question of whether or not humans are alone in the universe.

This audiobook features an engaging and enthusiastic ensemble of voice actors who recreate U.F.O. sightings and expound upon scientific advancements in related fields, all the while breathing fresh life into this work, emphasizing the thrills and fears associated with seeking the unknown - while reaching for the stars.

Publisher's Summary

Do Flying Saucers or UFOs really exist? If so, are they of extra-terrestrial origin? Have we been told the truth about them? Are governments and security organizations concealing the real facts?

Be prepared for the bizarre and the astonishing in this carefully researched recording, which advances step-by-step from documented sightings to mind-blowing concepts of creatures that live on the sun, of spacecrafts that can travel millions of times faster than light, and to the secret of anti-gravity and the completion of Einstein's unfinished Unified Field Theory.

©1976 Charles Eric Maine (P)1976 Ivan and Inge Berg

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THIS kind of media is the reason the public as a whole doesn't take this topic very seriously. Very poorly written, acted, and produced. Pass on this one.
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