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Now in my early fifties,‭ ‬I began reading about UFOs in the‭ ‬1960s.‭ ‬The first book I read was Flying Saucers Serious Business by Frank Edwards.‭ ‬The book was impressive and taught me that the proof for the existence of Aliens from other worlds was substantial.‭ ‬The entire point of the book was for the author to present evidence to support various UFO cases as having something more than conventional explanations.

One reason I really enjoyed that book was because Frank Edwards was no slouch.‭ ‬He took over as a commentator and host on the Mutual Broadcasting Network replacing Edward R.‭ ‬Murrow,‭ ‬the legendary newsman and broadcaster.‭ ‬During an interview promoting the book he said that when he first decided to tackle the UFO subject,‭ ‬he decided to implement the three source rule that most reporters use to verify a story.

Edwards felt that if he could verify just one UFO incident using that rule,‭ ‬it would prove these objects were not just weather balloons and swamp gas.‭ ‬As it turned out,‭ ‬he found many UFO incidents that could easily be verified in that way.‭ ‬More importantly,‭ ‬he included a number of military encounters with UFOs in the book...


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UFOs and Aliens: Shocking Secrets, Amazing Encounters and Complete Cover-Ups
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March 15th, 2014
Its not the most entertaining book on UFO that I've read - so it will do. Some interesting stories that I had heard before but it's a lot of narrative and recollections of UFO sightings.
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