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Friday, December 02, 2011

Nick Redfern's latest

Nick Redfern addresses, in his latest book, the "forbidden" sites that the government and military don't want us, the public, to visit.

Click HERE to read more about Nick's invaluable resource.

7 Comments:

  • The piece by Nick sounds just like the usual publishers blurb you get on the cover.

    I suspect that these dark secrets he reveals will turn out to be not so "shocking" after all. We have heard so many of these secrets before that eventually they cease to shock anymore.

    By Blogger cda, at Friday, December 02, 2011  

  • Christopher:

    Maybe Nick is merely trying to capitalize on the great UFO maw that obsesses some of the unwashed masses.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, December 02, 2011  

  • cda,
    I agree because I just got back from the Mystic and came away with a similar perspective. The one thing I can say about Redfern's work though, he is an excellent author/researcher and will not mince facts. I love reading the hard copies of his books because of how seemingly effortless it is to read them. He has a way of writing too, that is extremely comprehensive for me, as I seem to retain much of what I read that he writes. I'm hoping that the book will shed serious light on the Dulce matter however, and not just further the mysterious tabloid fog that has been going around. Substantiation is what we need Nick. Good old hard facts and no more hearsay will get the job done. It's my hope, that's what he has in store for us.

    By Blogger Jeff Davis, at Friday, December 02, 2011  

  • CDA:
    You are welcome to suspect whatever you want! We'll likely never agree on much!

    Rich:

    "Capitalize" is the wrong word, as (to me anyway) it sounds like I'm engaged in some cynical ploy.

    I'm guessing that's not what you meant, but that's kind of how it sounds.

    The reality is very simple: I have masses of info (including official files) on ancient mysteries that I thought why not put the info out for people to see, given that most of it has not been published before.

    By Blogger Nick Redfern, at Friday, December 02, 2011  

  • Nick:

    Capitalize is the quintessential USA word.

    I meant the word in its journalistic sense: to make the most of.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, December 02, 2011  

  • Jeff:
    There's lots on Dulce - such as a lot of verifiable info re the US Government's underground digging in the area re Gas-Buggy etc too.

    By Blogger Nick Redfern, at Friday, December 02, 2011  

  • I somewhat disagree as Nick's book could not be more timely in a meaningful context.
    For me, its a matter of degrees just how rotten things are in the dark state of Denmark under the cover of Pleasantville just by reading the newspaper. We are now ranked among the highest income disparities between the rich and poor along with Brazil, China, etc) in the globe along with the decreasing statistical odds that someone born into poverty will ever have a sustainable income, while billions are poured into these cesspools of "secrecy"
    America now reminds me of Dickens and the Victorian Age, ripe for a comeuppance, no matter how much grease is applied to the wheel, and Nick's book I am sure documents this with a measurement of the grease applied to the squeaky wheel.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Saturday, December 03, 2011  

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