Book Case #57 – Mid-Atlantic UFOs

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Author & Publisher Information:
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Schiffer Publishing

Description:

During a one-year period, as reported from only two of the many info-gathering organizations, there were 1,729 UFO sightings for the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region. This averaged 144 per month or roughly 5 per day–and these are just those reported.
Here find over 80 true encounters: alien abductions, a mass fleet sighting, advanced extraterrestrial technology, and more, coming from passionate eyewitness accounts. Read full-length, never-before-published stories of UFO encounters in NY, PA, NJ, DE, MD, DC, VA and WV, with ties to others around the world! Discover ET phenomena that range from playful flying globes to heartless abductions. Watch a glowing red sphere rise out of Delaware Bay that is as big as a house! Observe a hypnotic session as a man first learns that he has been visited/abducted by “grays” since he was five, and witness a never-before-reported blue-green alien mist terrorizing young men at their campsite!

My Review:
I received this book from the author, Gerard J. Medvec, for review. I am highly interested in supernatural, UFO, BEK, abnormal events in human existence.

Mid-Atlantic UFOs is a compilation of sightings and experiences from witnesses throughout the Mid- Atlantic. There are so many stories of strange unidentified objects within this book. It is a well written documentation. It’s easy to read and interesting that so many people in one region has same/similar experiences. He presents the witness encounters in a non-biased fashion, leaving it more to the reader’s choice to believe or not to believe. Gerard does a great job of articulating specific points within the book.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has a supernatural based library, interest in UFOS, etc.

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One response to “Book Case #57 – Mid-Atlantic UFOs

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