Top Secret Alien Abduction Files

What the Government Doesn't Want You to Know
Narrated by: Kevin Kenerly
Length: 6 hrs and 1 min
4 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For decades, people have reported close encounters with extraterrestrial entities. Witnesses describe being kidnapped by large-headed, black-eyed creatures from other worlds. Those same creatures have become popularly known as "the Grays". There is, however, another aspect to the alien-abduction controversy.

Abductees very often report being followed and spied upon by military and government personnel. It is typical for abductees to see black helicopters hovering directly over their homes in an intimidating manner. Phone calls are monitored. Emails are hacked into. Strange men dressed in black suits are seen photographing the homes of the abductees. All of this brings us to the matter of what have become known in the domain of alien-abduction research as "Military Abductions", or "MILABS".

According to numerous abductees, after being kidnapped by aliens, they are kidnapped again...by the government. These follow-up events are the work of a powerful group hidden deep within the military and the intelligence community. It is the secret agenda of this highly classified organization to figure out what the so-called Grays are really up to. The best way for the government to get the answers is to interrogate those who have come face-to-face with the UFO phenomenon: the abductees. 

Why is the government secretly compiling files on alien abductees? Is the alien-abduction issue so sinister that it has become a matter of national-security proportions?

©2018 Nick Redfern (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Same stories

Not a bad book but if you've been a student of the subject you've heard most of them, not all but most.

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Great

Loved it, narrated well. Author knows his history and has a great writing style. I recommend it

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I wish there was a refund button.

the narrator of this audiobook does an excellent job, however the story is filled with political innuendos and taken from completely fictitious an unbelievable accounts of UFO abductions. the multiple anti Trump innuendos are annoying to say the least.

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popping ssssss

good book but the narrator continually pops the ssss drives ya crazy.. sound engineer should've put a cover over the microphone.

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don't buy

the only way that this book could be of any value is if you have never ANYTHING about alien abduction. just a bunch of re-re-re-re-retold stories. credible author, but also a lazy author.

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typical Redfern

Nick Redfern is making spaghetti as always. throw it all against the wall see what sticks. his writing style never changes. repeats same stories everyone else has. just with his spin. all the books he's ever written could be condensed into few hours. he does have a way to drag things on. I really hope someday he writes something of true value and in his own words.

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  • 07-22-20

Good!

Great information, I liked the references of the books of the individuals in the stories. The book was great but I found the narrator hard to follow at times.

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  • Anthony Watton
  • 01-13-20

take with a pinch of salt.

enjoyed the book although some of the case files were extremely far fetched, no spoilers but if you are advanced enough for interstellar travel you wouldn't need to do half of what these case files contain.

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  • Drew
  • 09-19-19

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This was my first book, it was very insightful and very pleasant to listen to

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-14-19

It was ok. but maybe my expectations were to high.

Could have done with a little more content. Maybe some information on Nome would have been good.

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