Alien Abduction: Some 2,740 US citizens claim to have been abducted by aliens each day. That's an incredible 2% of a population of 300 million. Surely statistically some of these cases must bear truths? Area 51: It is rumoured that Area 51 houses the UFO disc found at Roswell, as well as other crashed alien spaceships. What is the truth?
The Babylonian Brotherhood: Twelve-foot lizards from the planet Draco have colonized Earth and seek world domination.
Crop Circles: Made by intelligent beings from elsewhere, or earth-bound pranksters?
Face on Mars: Was the image of a humanoid face 1.5 miles long by 1 mile wide purposefully constructed or is it simply an accidental resemblance?
Hollow Earth: The Earth is hollow and houses a surreptitious advanced civilisation.
Majestic 12: Evidence found about a group of military officials, scientists and intelligence officials set up in 1962 to study alien technology. Legitimate or bogus?
Men in Black: Mysterious figures who seek to conceal UFO identity. They appear at a witness's house after a sighting and remove all physical evidence before threatening the witness to remain silent. Are they really government agents?
Nazi Moon Base: During the Second World War the Germans sent a successful mission to the moon, made a lunar station and built an underground base in Antarctica for space exploration research.
Project Bluebook: Since December 1969 there has been no official US government body actively investigating UFO sightings. But what about unofficially?
Rendlesham Forest: Did an alien spacecraft land at Rendlesham Forest in 1980?
Roswell: In 1947 an extra-terrestrial spacecraft with alien occupants landed in New Mexico. Allegedly, this event was covered up by the US military, but why?
Shag Harbour: In October 1967 an unidentified flying object was seen floating on the waters of Shag Harbour. Even following thorough investigation, no explanation has ever been given for this.
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I don't think so. There was nothing new or original in the book. Simple same old, same old.
No, I am sure there are other books out there that do a much better job.
The narrator wasn't the problem, it was the book!
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