Filled with the very latest revelations on the sinister and deadly MIB, this book combines never-before-heard witness testimony with papers from some of the leading figures in UFO- and paranormal-themed research to provide an outstanding look at this creepy and disturbing phenomenon. The book takes the listener on a mysterious, macabre, and menacing journey into the world of the dark-suited silencers. Listeners will delve into tales of UFO conspiracies, government agents, strange and bizarre monsters, the occult, demonology, and psychic attacks.
©2015 Lisa Hagan Books (P)2016 Beacon Audiobooks
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1 out of 5 stars
By Si on 26-12-17


When I write a detailed review, Audible can't be bothered to publish it, so here's the summary.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Iain on 12-02-17

. Very good

Very good book, heard about red fern on mysterious universe. Only just got round to listening to some of his work. Will definitely be buying more !

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2 out of 5 stars
By Christopher Corry on 31-08-16


The narration contains a number of mispronunciations, not just names but commonly used words like "christened". The stories are largely anecdotal organized slightly less well than the average Reddit thread. Many have only the most minor similarity to the kind of MIB reports popularized by John Keel in his writing.

I generally enjoy Redfern as a paranormal personality but this book, as well as the weak narration deliver nothing worthwhile.

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3 out of 5 stars
By ALAN K. on 01-10-17

Great book. Terrible narration.

Great book. Terrible narration. I basically agree 100% with another reviewer. I always enjoy and respect Nick Redfern’s writing, however, the narration of this book has many issues. Many common words are repeatedly mispronounced. The narrator pauses every few words - in the middle of most sentences. It’s quite annoying to listen to.

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