The Stranger at the Pentagon (Revised)

Narrated by: Eric Burns
Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
4 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Dr. Frank Stranges was born and educated in Brooklyn, New York. He received his bachelor's of divinity as well as PhDs in psychology and philosophy from Faith Theological Seminary in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Stranges was a member of the Mayor's Advisory Council of Los Angeles and a member of the American Association for Social Psychology. He also held a PhD from the National Institute of Criminology, in Washington, DC, and was an accredited diplomat of the American Academy of Professional Arts. 

Dr. Stranges authored several books on scientific and religious subjects, including his classic The Stranger at the Pentagon, which tells the unusual story of a spaceman named Valiant Thor. Because Thor was a real person who appeared in a public on a few occasions (including at the UN headquarters in New York City), the legend of the Stranger at the Pentagon has grown, becoming a real head-scratcher for 21st-century UFO researchers. Today, it is still one of the hottest topics in ufology, having spawned various other books, documentaries, and even feature Hollywood films. 

What exactly happened to Valiant Thor? Did he get back on his spaceship and return to his home planet, or did he help the US government set up alien-human hybrid experimentation in remote underground bases? Or was he imprisoned - thrown in the clink - by those in the government who have been fighting UFO disclosure all these years? 

Since no one knows how long an alien can live, could Valiant Thor still be alive today, in 2018, somewhere in - or under - our nation's Capitol? 

This audiobook features an introduction by Dr. Harley Byrd, nephew of Adm. Richard E. Byrd, and an epilogue by Valiant Thor himself, as well as several interesting photos, covering years of UFO history. A must-have for the serious paranormal researcher.

©1983 Saucerian Press (P)2018 New Saucerian Press

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Garbage

There is no other word that could possibly describe this book, other than garbage. Pure garbage. It is laughably ridiculous, so nauseatingly stupid, that I resent paying for it.

This is not regarding the concept of extra terrestrial life. There may be aliens, who knows. I bought this book to listen to what I assumed it would be an interesting story. However the very idea that an Alien from the planet Venus, named Thor, would fly to earth solely to tell us about the holy Savior Jesus Christ is absurd. And that is precisely what this book is about.

Aliens apparently don’t care about nuclear war or anything important, they want to teach us to worship Jesus.

No, I’m not making it up. This book is so stupid that it does not even deserve one star. It’s horrible. Boring beyond belief. Stupid beyond words.

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gospel

terrible book. nothing but ok guys so aliens exist and they're here to tell us Jesus is the lord and savor!!

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Great audio book!

if answers are what you want look no further great place to start if you've hear the name val thor.

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Eh.

Lack luster, sounds like a sermon... very little information on Valiant himself. Came off as fictional.

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Amazing and True

Love this book!!! It reveals the truth about the active involvement of others in our world.

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Idiotic and Ridiculous. People Believe This?

It's hard to know where to begin with this book; It tells a ridiculous, completely unbelievable story that I find difficult to believe any rational adult would find rational or plausible. The author uses a made up fairy tale about an alien visitor to preach the gospel of Jesus. The author openly states that the only reason he believes the claims of the 'alien visitor' is that the alien (Valiant Thor) confirms the authors deeply held conviction regarding Jesus Christ as the Son of God throughout the Universe.

This is a childish fairy tale, written by a buffoon, swallowed like opiods by intellectually gullible masses who believe the Bible above all other things, having abandoned their critical thinkings skills somewhere along the way, assuming they'd developed them to begin with.

If you believe this book, you're a gullible sap.

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Great Book, AAA+++!!!

Very good book AAA+++ and has a lot of new information that I did not know about prior to reading this book. anyone who likes ancient history I say try this

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we all must wonder

we are all a part of something greater than ourselves. a very interesting read fortanybody interested in exploring the meaning of our existence

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Not credible

I don’t know if it was the way the narrator emphasized and dramatized the story that made it not credible for me. The whole Christian message and the claims he made regarding the alien being a Christian was too far fetched. I felt like he wrote the book off his previous knowledge from other people’s experiences and just placed himself in the center of it. There seemed to be a lot of projecting also. If you want to read something authentic the book by Sherry Wilde “Forgotten Promise” was just amazing. On audible she is the narrator and does a fantastic job. There was no point in her book that I was skeptical. After reading her book you learn a lot and the bar is set high. Books like Stranger in the pentagon seem untrue and sort of silly.

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Fantastic book

Very informative and enlighting. I recommend everyone to read this, and learn to love one another and serve.