We Are Not Alone
The Extraordinary History of UFOs and Aliens Invading Our Hopes, Fears, and Fantasies
by Marc Hartzman
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Pub Date 17 Oct 2023 | Archive Date 25 Jan 2024
After decades of cover-ups and denials, in a June 2021 report, the US government finally admitted what many people already knew: yes, UFOs are real, and no, we don’t know what (or who) they are. Writer and historian Marc Hartzman separates fact from fiction and provides a comprehensive tour through the skies, including:
- UFO sightings, from the famous to the obscure
- Alien abductions, including the Betty and Barney Hill abduction and the Pascagoula abduction
- Ancient aliens, from Biblical astronauts to the alien architects behind the pyramids
- Scientific evidence, including the “Wow!” radio signal and the interstellar ‘Oumuamua object
- Cover-ups and conspiracies, including the Roswell Incident and Area 51
- Governmental and military findings, from Project Blue Book to reports of UFOs at nuclear weapons sites
Deeply researched and highly entertaining, We Are Not Alone will inform and entertain anyone who’s ever doubted that we are really alone in the universe.
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Average rating from 11 members
Unidentified flying objects and extra terrestrial possibilities explored in this comprehensive, well researched and perfectly organised account. Is it possible to separate fact from fiction in this grey area of sightings, photographs and written accounts? The author certainly does a good job in trying to achieve exactly that. Entertaining, enlightening and compelling and absolutely worth its weight if this is an area of interest - and who could fail to be at least a little interested in the unknown?