UFOs have been a global phenomenon from the late 19th century to the present day, and this Haynes manual will examine many UFO investigations worldwide by looking at the government reports - both official and secret - that have attempted to explain the 'otherworldly'. This manual will also explain how you can identify a UFO yourself and how to classify an alien encounter - was it of the first, second, third, fourth or fifth kind? The findings of scientific research will also be explored, as will the human attempts at alien communication, and, finally, alternative explanations of uncanny happenings.
About the Author
Nigel Watson has written for numerous magazines on paranormal subjects, such as Wired, History Today, Flying Saucer Review and UFO magazine. He also runs the website Talking Pictures and is the author of four books: The Alien Deception (2009), The Scareship Mystery (2000), Supernatural Spielberg (1992) and Portraits of Alien Encounters (1990).
""UFO Investigations Manual" is really a must have for anyone with an interest in space and the supernatural. It is an entertaining and educational read that doesn't try to mock believers or argue against skeptics. It gives an all-encompassing overview of the fascinating realm of aliens. Whether you lean more toward the Mulder or Scully end of the "I want to believe" spectrum, this manual will give you plenty to think about." "- HeGeek SheGeek"
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 1st February 2014
Dimensions (cm): 27.0 x 21.0 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.748