• The Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone

  • Selected Writings of John A. Keel
  • By: John A. Keel
  • Narrated by: Pete Ferrand
  • Length: 11 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (54 ratings)

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The Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone

By: John A. Keel
Narrated by: Pete Ferrand
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Publisher's summary

New Saucerian Press proudly presents The Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone, a collection of magazine articles and lectures by John A. Keel, the man many consider to have been not only the premiere investigator of all things unusual and "Fortean", but who was also our very own, 20th-century "Mark Twain". Many of the articles in this anthology and its companion volumes, Flying Saucer to the Center of Your Mind and Searching for the String, were revolutionary, and explored ideas popularized in Keel's classic books. Written in Keel's engaging trademark style, they are sure to delight fans with their fresh, unparalleled insights into the nature of reality.

In these pages, John Keel displays the keen observational skills and investigative tenacity that made him the enfant terrible of ufology for decades. In this no-holds-barred analysis - much of it written almost 50 years ago - Keel shreds most of the sacred-cow beliefs still held by many in ufological and "cryptozoological" circles today, and presents theories so radical that they are only now becoming accepted: the "4-D" or "interdimensional" thesis; the "breakaway civilization" theory; the possible role of "ancient aliens" in human history; the synthetic and/or hallucinatory nature of many "alien abduction" and "Men in Black" encounters; the role of spy agencies in paranormal research; and the alarming connection between UFOs, animal mutilations, and attacks on unsuspecting humans.

In short, The Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone is witty, incisive, impassioned, and prescient, and cohesively brings Keel's message into focus in a way that perhaps no other book has.

©2013 Andrew B. Colvin (P)2014 Andrew B. Colvin