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This book, the first ever by prolific author T. M. Wright, is an extensive, probing survey of the state of UFO experiences circa the late 1960s. It is a thoughtful, well-written book with a lot of examples.

Contents include:

  • 12 Questions Most Often Asked About Flying Saucers
  • Classic Cases - Twenty Cases Typical of the UFO Phenomena
  • Explanations
  • Flap Periods
  • Contactees
  • A Summary

©1968 T. M. Wright (P)2012 David N. Wilson

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Author T.M. Wright does an admirable job of discussing many of the classic cases of the UFO phenomenon of the early 20th century. As the text was written in 1968, you won't find any of the lore that has since developed, such as the stories that now surround Roswell or cases of abduction recalled via hypnosis, but many of the tales will be familiar to anyone who's watched Ancient Aliens, Wright, however, covers these cases without the blind acceptance of claims without corroboration one finds among the "ancient alien theorists" on the History Channel. Narrator Scott Slocum does a great job (though he pronounces UFOlogy in a unusual fashion). I look forward to listening to more of his work. This audiobook was received free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Whoever name this book got it right on the money. This is a great God do UFO and alien sightings. The questions I ask and the answers that are given seem to be perfectly thought out or backed up by FAT Terry and I don’t know how anyone can read this but especially the part about the Foo Fighters and say that UFOs did not exist. Let’s keep in line UFOs or on a dinner fied flying objects so if you say UFOs do not exist this means you can identify every object flying in the sky and I don’t believe anyone can do that. Let’s also keep in mind these UFOs have been flying around since the days of Benjamin Franklin because Yacs he even saw a UFO. I digress that this book is great and anyone who likes UFOs and aliens will love this book.