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The Roswell Encyclopedia

 

New Book Release In Review  by: Kevin D. Randle, Ph.D

 

Harper Collins Publishers

10 East 53rd Street

New York, N.Y. 10022-5299

0-380-79853-0

 

Kevin Randle is known as the foremost expert on the 1947 UFO sighting in Roswell, New Mexico. His thorough encyclopedia offers an A to Z-style listing of all-you-ever-wanted-to-know about the Roswell incident. Regardless of whether you come to this encyclopedia as a skeptic or a firm believer in the landing of an alien spacecraft and the subsequent government cover-up, this book presents a host of fascinating information. Randle provides the names of key witnesses, such as Major Edwin Easley (a soldier responsible for security at Roswell Army Air Field) who cryptically concurred with the theory that the crash was caused by visiting extraterrestrials. Other players include J. Bond Johnson, a Fort Worth Star-Telegram photographer who shot six photos of the debris from the crash site.

 

Roswell aficionados will have no problem finding their desired listings, knowing to look under the letter "I" for "International Roswell Declaration." Newcomers will have to thumb their way through--not a tough assignment considering all the intriguing facts and entries in this enthusiastic Roswell almanac. --Tara West

 

Book Description

 

On July 6, 1947, rancher Mack Brazel walked into the sheriffs office in Roswell, New Mexico, to report some strange debris in one of his fields. The incident was the culmination of several reports of strange lights, sounds, and shapes in the sky; the beginning of a series of government statements, retractions, and denials; and the subject of a thousand conflicting stories.

 

What actually happened at Roswell-and how the government reacted to the case-has been in dispute for more than half a century. Now this unique reference guide, by one of the best known and respected Roswell experts, presents a mountain of pertinent information in an easy-to-use A-to-Z format, including facts, theories, people, objects, observation, and events. Exhaustive, up-to-date, and compelling, The Roswell Encyclopedia will help you come to your conclusions about an incident that continues to mystify and fascinate believers and skeptics alike.

 

 

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