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The Threat from Outer Space is Bill Cooper’s personal story of his involvement with a secret Navy program to investigate and understand extraterrestrials and their spacecraft.

According to Cooper, this audiobook contains absolutely true information regarding the alien presence on Earth, and the U.S. government’s involvement with those aliens. It contains only the information as Cooper saw it. It does not contain information from any other source.

Prior to the publication of this work, it was necessary for Cooper to issue the information in a manner that would deceive the government, until someone was able to independently confirm his identity, employment, service record, intelligence background, the identity of the person to whom he gave the information in 1972, his acknowledgment of the information and when it was given to him, and that the information is correct.

This was necessary because this file was ultimately Cooper’s death warrant. MJ-12 did, indeed, continue to operate in a manner consistent with its dangerous history. Everything herein has been independently verified by people such as Tony Pelham, journalist at The Las Vegas Bullet newspaper.

The original information that Cooper first released was not much different than what you will find here. Only some names are different, and it was just enough (he hoped) to convince MJ-12 and MAJI that he was not a threat - long enough to have independent verification of the facts before he risked death.

In this audiobook, Cooper makes it absolutely clear that he does not consider himself a hero. He believed that most of us would do the same thing if we knew the truth. He gave an oath that he would uphold and protect the Constitution of the United States of America, and he took that oath very seriously. He was doing no more than what he did when he fought in Vietnam - his duty.

Cooper wanted this information to spread as far and wide as possible. He wanted it sent to congressmen, senators, and to the Supreme Court. He wanted it to be distributed to as many human souls as possible.

©2014 Saucerian Press (P)2019 NEW SAUCERIAN LLC

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Repeat of text from the book "Behold a Pale Horse"

The narrator was okay, there just wasn't any new information. A lot of the text is WORD for WORD excerpts from "Behold a Pale Horse."

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Interesting 🤨 but contradicts itself a few times

First it supports the story that there are extra terrestrials then half way through says they do. Not exist...make your mind up. I like bill cooper but find this change irritating to say the least. Not bad enough to warrant one start but annoying enough to put doubt into a reader on a subject fraught with self doubt.