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Inside the Real Area 51: The Secret History of Wright-Patterson [Anglais] [Broché]

Thomas Joseph Carey , Donald R. Schmitt

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Inside the Real Area 51 "Never again should it be said that we simply don't have evidence of extraterrestrial visitation. If the eyewitness testimony of dozens of honorable, distinguished, and heroic military men and women is to account for anything then we should listen to what they've been telling us about Wright-Patterson AFB. Schmitt and Carey take us on a riveting journey inside underground hangars and down secret t... Full description

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book! 18 août 2013
Par David W. Menefee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Headlines breaking in the news this week, August 18, 2013: "CIA Document Maps Area 51, But No Mention of UFOs."

The hot topic keeps coming back. Renowned UFO researchers, lecturers, and investigative journalists, Donald R. Schmitt and Thomas J. Carey, have produced a timely new book full of a startling body of research pointing to Hanger 18 as the storage site of fragments of the supposedly downed alien craft and bodies of crew members. They claim that some of the artifacts are now stored in a repository in the foreign technology division at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. They have compiled a mesmerizing research work that explores this sixty-six-year-old mystery.

When you drive through New Mexico today, there is no Area 51. All signage has long been removed. Cover-up or coincidence? Whether readers recognize the existence of UFOs or not, they will know a well-researched, well-written book when they see one. Readers would expect nothing less from the authors of the best-selling WITNESS TO ROSWELL. With their new book, INSIDE THE REAL AREA 51 THE SECRET HISTORY OF WRIGHT-PATTERSON, the authors explore the alleged 1947 Roswell, New Mexico alien crash in remarkable depth. Twenty-one chapters, a highly detailed Notes section, Bibliography, and Index spread out over nearly 300 pages with dozens of photographs and illustrations. For UFO enthusiasts, this book is a treasure trove.

Well-documented accounts of alien visitations have abounded for decades, but many people consider these to be hearsay since no official disclosure has ever been revealed by any country on our planet. Such accounts, if they are true, may always be relegated to such status as long as official explanations negate the very idea. Some people that believe in the reality of beings from another world will probably have to wait for some unexpected, high profile, and undeniable future visitation before previous eyewitness accounts will ever be verified. Until that day, they will have to be contented with savoring tenacious efforts by investigative reporters such as Schmitt and Carey that attempt to record and reveal a compelling body of evidence in lieu of convincing bodies of aliens.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 We need to open this up for greater public scrutiny. 9 août 2013
Par Dr. Joseph S. Maresca - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The book is a very descriptive rendition
of what is inside the historic Area 51.
The alien wreckage is said to be kept in
Building or Hangar 18. The book quotes
Colonel George Weinbrenner talking about
the aliens just prior to his death. He
said that "We have 5 aliens (stored)
in (the Dugway Proving Grounds) of Utah."

The Roswell wreck is described as made from
a thin aluminum colored or cloth-like
substance intertwined with monofilament
wires and manufactured with a titanium
and other metal like nickel.

The authors refer to 13 aliens and 2 flying
saucers at a small air force base at Hampton
Roads, Virginia. Lt. General Nathan Twining
describes the flying saucers as surface
metallic with an elliptical curvature and
flat bottom. There is a low dome on the top.
The vehicles travel at 300 knots.

The authors quote Dr. Foster who examined
2 alien bodies. She found strange elongated
eyes, a small mouth, oval head, thin lips,
slender hands and a more pliable spinal
construction. The pliable spinal construction
would comport with a planet having a much
smaller gravitational force than earth.

Inside the Real Area 51 is an amazing book
with important testimonies from experts in
many fields. The contents will be of interest
to a wide constituency of scientists, government
specialists and the general public. This book
would be perfect for a student science project.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Indisputable testimony of REAL people! 7 août 2013
Par Snooper's Mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This book names real people who have testified beyond any reasonable doubt what they witnessed or participated in.
No amount of drivel from the mainstream media can contradict what we have in this book. I repeat, real people who are documented have testified.
An outstanding contribution to the continuous process of investigating the visitation of our planet, this book is highly recommended.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Raises questions 2 septembre 2013
Par M. L Lamendola - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This is an interesting book. The authors present some things that truly raise questions. But the book falls well short of being authoritative on its central thesis. It does provide yet more proof of how opaque our federal "government" is, and regardless of what you think about UFOs that's a good "takeaway" from this book.

The authors didn't explicitly didn't claim to finally have definitive proof of anything, because there is no definitive proof (at least not available to the public). This fact is borne out in the book. The authors show time and again how investigative efforts were stymied, access was denied, and people involved in various cases were under an enforced silence. Whether the powers that be were hiding actual "space visitor" evidence or something else, we really can't know (this, however, is what the authors assert repeatedly).

Magicians use misdirection to provide us with the many illusions we see in magic shows. Misdirection has long been a high art form among the ruling class, as well. For an example of this, just consider how long organized crime has run unabated while employees of Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big Banking, and other criminal organizations pose as our "representatives" in what pretend to be two separate political parties in the US Congress. Yet no matter which one is "in power," the crime simply continues. It's all misdirection. So it's a reasonable assumption that the whole UFO thing is yet another exercise in misdirection.

My own take on the whole UFO controversy it's a way to divert attention away from the many nefarious actions undertaken by those who are supposed to govern (rather than steal). The authors did not disprove this, because their own "evidence" was mostly of the inadmissible sort. I had hoped the claims on the cover are what you find inside the book, but sadly that is not quite the case for the reason just mentioned.

The authors did provide many accounts in which people said this or that in favor of the idea that Area 51 is all about hiding evidence of a crashed space ship from some other planet. But I personally am skeptical of such accounts no matter what the issue; their lack of accuracy is a known issue among investigators. I want to see actual evidence.

I'd like to see photographs of actual artifacts, but you can't fault the authors for not having them. As demonstrated repeatedly in this book, those were not provided or permitted by those controlling Area 51. The reason might have nothing to do with hiding UFOs; it may have to do with perpetuating the controversy so as to misdirect attention.

It's not that the authors are uncredentialed crackpots, it's just that their standards of evidence are low (per the above, and I'll say more in a bit). The authors do have credentials and don't seem to be crackpots.

For example, Cary is an Air Force veteran. Not only that, he once held Top Secret clearance. To get that clearance, a person must undergo quite the rigamarole. And these authors have been investigating this topic for a very long time. They didn't just go see a movie and then decide to write a book based on a cursory view of conspiracy Websites.

In fact, the bibliography is oversized in relation to the book. Some of the references cited are from leading universities. Others are actual government documents (images of some even appear in the book). And here's were we get to the low standards part. Most of the references are dubious.

Where the authors fell down was mostly in the huge number of second-source interviews. That is, they interviewed one person about what another person (now dead) said. Those kinds of sources are especially prone to error. This pattern was pretty persistent. Rather than eyewitness interviews, we seemed to get accounts of eyewitness interviews.

This kind of "evidence" isn't permissible in court, and for good reason. Because the authors kept using it, I am inclined to discount all of the included accounts. It's a credibility issue. The authors had a duty to include predominantly unimpeachable evidence, not build a case on dubious evidence and toss in some facts. The could have used a sampling of the secondhand info as corroboration, perhaps. But it seems to be the core of their "evidence."

They also referenced a large number of UFO publications. No bias there....

And there are clues in the writing that the authors are not as careful and knowledgeable as they want to appear to be. For example, near the end of the book they talk about "Marshall Law" when it seems from the context they meant "martial law." Notice the difference in case, but also the difference in that first word. This shows a lack of understanding about a basic concept. Also near the end of the book, they "I guess...." something where they should have looked up the fact and stated it. There are other anomalies, as well. Perhaps these are the fault of a copy editor, not the authors. But I have to go by what's in the book.

There's also a fundamental head-scratcher behind the authors' basic thesis (aliens have been coming to earth, only to hide from us). If we humans found intelligent life on another planet or, even (and I know it's a remote possibility) in Washington, DC, would we not be excited and try to establish meaningful contact? Our Voyager space probe was designed partly with that goal in mind--its inscriptions are all about communicating with other life forms, not hiding from them. We have SETI and other means of trying to find and contact intelligent life on other planets. Apparently, we've given up on the idea of intelligent life in Washington, DC. But we do reach out to other, more promising places.

So it seems implausible, at best, that beings on another planet made a huge investment of resources to visit Earth and then have tried to hide the fact they are here. In fact, we have huge amounts of evidence supporting (though not conclusively) the idea that aliens were here thousands of years ago and made extensive contact (see the works of Vonnegut, among others).

But implausible is not a synonym for impossible. This book is intriguing, partly because it pushes the implausibility quite a bit closer to reality. While you're scratching your head over why aliens would come here and hide from us, you also have to scratch your head over the many issues the authors raised. Among those are the extreme efforts at secrecy and suppression. But, as I said, it could just be yet another exercise in misdirection. Given the fact that Obama's deficit spending last year alone was (according to the GAO) $6 trillion rather than the $1 trillion he stated, my vote goes to misdirection.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A Handful of Cool Second-Hand Rumors 2 septembre 2013
Par T. I. Farmer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
There's a Thai restaurant near my office that serves up a great-looking curry. The aroma and sauce are terrific. Then you stir your spoon through the little pot and discover there are only three or four dice-sized pieces of meat in there, and the meal is largely filler.

That's kind of how this "secret history" of Wright-Patterson AFB plays out. Exciting to sit down to, disappointing to dine on.

What we have here are a handful of neat, even chilling, second- or third- hand stories, or deathbed confessions, asserting that Roswell UFO wreckage and/or bodies were transported to Wright-Patterson in 1947 and remained in storage there as recently as the 1990s. No witness steps up and tells the authors directly: yes, I saw them. They recycle previously published work (the June Crain story has been out there for years, as have Leonard Stringfield's monographs). They present the vaguest, most offhand hearsay as fresh nuggets of gold. Worse, they fill out the book with long, unnecessary coverage of Project Sign, Project Grudge, and the Condon Report -- probably long familiar to students of the UFO question, and with no connection to Wright-Patterson anyway. In fact, the authors find themselves able to pursue these detours for dozens of pages without mentioning Wright-Pat.

The good stories relating directly to Wright-Patterson would anchor a great medium-length magazine article. Most of the rest is padding.

As is too often the case with alternative/UFO books, the editor was out of red pencils the day this manuscript rolled in; it's windy and repetitive and riddled with annoying errors (the authors can't decide whether their shorthand name for the base is "Wright-Pat" or "Wright-Patt". The Roswell AAF PR guy was Walter Haut, not Huat). The story of how Wright Field and Patterson field were merged into one operational base is related, pointlessly, two or three times over. The book becomes irritating to flip through, especially as those dice-sized pieces of "meat" are stashed so far apart.

The cool stories are just that - tantalizing - but this book is anything but authoritative and I doubt you'll finish it convinced, as the authors are, that the little guys are on ice in some subterranean WPAFB vault.

The quest continues for more than rumors and hearsay.
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