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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Nick Redfern's latest book: 365 Days of UFOs

I just got Nick's newest endeavor, pictured above.

What a terrific way to present UFO stories!

There are the familiar iconic tales (Roswell, Rendlesham, the Arnold sighting, et al.) but a plethora of other incidents and sightings that even the most jaded ufologist will not recall or know about.

Nick approaches UFOs and the paranormal as a journalist. Ya gotta love that. (Few writers, if any, have the acumen for real reporting.)

I'll not review the book (since I had to buy it instead of getting it as a freebie), but I will be "stealing" a few of the "days" for postings here.

That written, I suggest you hie thyself to Amazon, the Anomalist, or other book service/store to get your copy. This book is essential reading for the real UFO buff, and even those who aren't.

RR

6 Comments:

  • Why is the book subtitled "A year of alien encounters"?
    More generally: Why are UFO books still being written anyway?


    By Blogger cda, at Monday, February 13, 2017  

  • CDA: The book is subtitled "A Year of Alien Encounters" because the title is "365 Days of UFOs." There are 365 days in a year. You really needed that explaining? Jeez...

    By Blogger Nick Redfern, at Monday, February 13, 2017  

  • Nick:

    Thanks. Yes there are indeed 365 and 1/4 days in a year, but it still leaves my 2nd question unanswered, as to why UFO books are still being written. One answer is, I suppose, that there are a few people left who still read them. A few!

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, February 13, 2017  

  • Why are UFOs books still written? Yes, it's because people read them. Has your common-sense factor gone out the window?

    By Blogger Nick Redfern, at Monday, February 13, 2017  

  • UFO books are still being written because "UFOs" are still being seen. Landings still occur. UFOnauts are still being observed. Some at very close range. Our lack of understanding of these encounters does not negate their existence. Many times the witness perception is spot on. We just can't necessarily explain what has happened.

    By Blogger Robert Goerman, at Wednesday, February 15, 2017  

  • Really cool concept, it's like a UFO devotional if you will.
    Get up in the morning read your Bible verses and then your UFO story..
    My world is now complete <><

    By Blogger Terry Moore, at Wednesday, March 22, 2017  

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