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An absolutely essential, not to be missed experience by specialist Edward J. Ruppelt for fans of ufology! This is the first work of any substance written about the fascinating subject of UFOs.

Captain Edward J. Ruppelt was the first director of Project Blue Book, and the person who came up with the phrase UFO, Unidentified Flying Object. This work is a unique and comprehensive look at the Air Force's early attempts to investigate UFOs.

Edward J. Ruppelt (1923-1960) was a United States Air Force Officer best-known for being involved in Project Blue Book, the governmental study of UFOs.

Jack Brown is a passionate reader of classic and genre oriented literature. He enjoys creating high quality audio books.
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A Classic!

This book shows a fascinating insight into the UFO phenomenon and sheds light on project bluebook's role when Ruppelt was in charge. The worst part of this book was the three chapters he added, right before his death in 1960, basically debunking himself. We'll never know from him why he did it and we can all speculate, but we all know how secretive governments can be, even if they have knowledge that would push humanity to a higher level of unity, understanding and conciousness.

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