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by Richard Hall

eBook The UFO Evidence epub
  • ISBN: 0760706271
  • Author: Richard Hall
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Barnes Noble Books; Reprint edition (1997)
  • Pages: 184 pages
  • ePUB size: 1490 kb
  • FB2 size 1958 kb
  • Formats lit mbr mobi lit


The UFO Evidence - Volume II - a thirty-year report" by Richard Hall, is without doubt one of the best .

If you really want to know the real facts of the UFO subject this would be one of your best starting points.

UFO Evidence was the first publication to take this phenomenon seriously. Excellent book,concerning UFO reports back in the 1940s through some of the 1960s

UFO Evidence was the first publication to take this phenomenon seriously. This publication preceded the government's version, Project Blue Book. Excellent book,concerning UFO reports back in the 1940s through some of the 1960s. Being a Subcommittee member for NICAP from the late 1950s to 1960s,it was a pleasure at looking back in time.

A member of the Authors Guild, he also wrote numerous books and magazine articles dealing with the role of women in the American Civil War. Hall was born on December 25, 1930 and had a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Tulane University in New Orleans. He lived most of his life in the Washington, .

Uninvited Guests: A Documented History of UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters & Coverups. Santa Fe, NM: Aurora Press, 1988. Both deceased today, but not forgotten for their lasting contribution to ufology. McCambell, James M. UFOLOGY: A Major Breakthrough in the Scientific Understanding of Unidentified Flying Objects.

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The book reports 30 years of UFO sightings since 1964 with related data and descriptive features organized by category

The book reports 30 years of UFO sightings since 1964 with related data and descriptive features organized by category. Among the topics discussed are the now strongly established patterns of UFO sightings, the growing evidence worldwide that UFOs represent someone's technology, the history of government sponsored UFO investigations, and political and human responses to UFO sightings. The master chronology is an incredibly complete listing, which also refers the reader to pertinent sections in the book for fuller descriptions. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

The book reports 30 years of UFO sightings since 1964 with related data and descriptive features organized by category. UFO Evidence was the first publication to take this phenomenon seriously.

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UFO Evidence was the first publication to take this phenomenon seriously. This publication preceded the government's version, Project Blue Book.
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Sirara
Book Review
The UFO Evidence, Richard Hall

Published over 50 years ago, this book basically logs many reports of sightings from the 50's and early 60's. Most are merely brief notations of the event with a few getting more extensive documentation. This is a little different than many other UFO related books which are more detailed and focus on less reports. The power of this book is in the accumulation of reports...the weight of evidence which becomes tremendous as you make your way through the pages. There are reports in the book from a wide variety of people including, military personnel, commercial pilots, police officers, astronomers, scientists, etc. This is an old book and the reports are about 60 years ago but these reports are as relevant as any occurring today. After reading this, there are two questions that come to mind. 1. How can all of these apparently credible people be wrong about what they saw? 2. What to make of the huge variety of craft that are reported as observed. There are reports of small to huge in size, saucer shaped, teardrop shaped, cigar shaped, round etc, lights of many different colors, exhaust visible, flames visible, no exhaust at all, sounds, no sounds, portholes, no portholes. I really don't know what to make of the wide variety of UFO characteristics in this book. Overall, this presents a large number of reports that adds up to something significant. This is more of a clinical digest of observations with only a few pictures and some drawings but the many reports themselves are The UFO Evidence.
Zolorn
Some folks are carping about this book because it is not a narrative account of the UFO phenomenon per se, but rather a catalog of sightings compiled by NICAP spanning the early years of the phenomenon - 1947 thru 1962. Now, there are some short narrative accounts and clippings of news articles and the like in reference to the summary catalog accounts, but for the most part it is this catalog of what the folks at NICAP and the editor Richard Hall deemed to be some of the more interesting and better substantiated reports that came into their offices during those years - a lot of it from the Blue Book archives. I really like having it in this format because as you read through the different reports and categories - just the sheer volume of high quality reports - you start to get the sense of just how big a deal all this really was in the early days. There really was a flying saucer craze sweeping the nation and for good reason. Even the government was deep into it back in the day. Today you might hear something interesting once every six months, but back in the 40's, 50's & 60's this was clearly a phenomenon that was making waves on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. People were aware of UFO's - and judging by many of the reports and who they were made by it is clear why that was the case. It also became clear - from the Air Force and government's point of view why they had to get themselves out of the business of investigating and reporting UFO's - because it is hard to debunk a phenomenon if hundreds of your best pilots, officers and scientists (military and civilian) are filing reports of high strangeness on a weekly basis. I found it to be a very compelling body of evidence and a window into the world from when this phenomenon exploded into the public's consciousness. And that is the way that it happened - it exploded, this important history, before many of us were even born - and before the authorities got it relatively under control and marginalized it, as it is today in most people's minds.
Xisyaco
The UFO Evidence is The National Investigations Committee On Aerial Phenomena's collection of UFO sighting reports from the late 1940s to the early 1960s. Sections III -- VII are organized by witness categories: Section III -- Air Force Observations (pages 19-27), Section IV -- Army, Navy, And Marine Corps (pages 29-32), Section V -- Pilot And Aviation Experts (pages 33-47), Section VI -- Scientists And Engineers (pages 49-59), and Section VII -- Officials And Citizens (pages 61-72). The book has a large amount of detailed information about many sighting reports so that it is demanding but also meaningful reading in describing the various characteristics of UFO experiences. In Section VIII -- Special Evidence, 106 cases of electromagnetic interference from August 28, 1945 to November 14, 1963 show problems such as failing radios and car motors when UFOs came into the areas; 81 cases of UFO radar targets from 1948 to January 29, 1962 are tracked by ground radar and airborne radar along with visual-photograph tracking, giving the speed and altitude of the UFOs; in the Photographic Cases on page 93, Eric Aldwinckle's drawings from UFO photographs in May 11, 1950 at Oregon and March 1954 at Rouen, France appear to show the same disc object that has a conical projection on the top of it. In Section XII -- Patterns' Section C -- Flight Characteristics -- (1) Study Of Color Changes Related To Motion on page 152, the study of cases has shown that UFOs' luminosity increases with acceleration and that a color change during acceleration was to red in seven of ten cases and to amber in two cases. Section IX -- The Air Force Investigation (pages 105-117), Section XIII -- Congress And The UFOs (pages 173-177), and Section XIV -- The Problems And The Dangers (pages 179-184) focus on the societal response to the UFO issue.
Uste
This is a great find. Wonderful to know that this information has not been lost to time. I have already made two references to information included in the book regarding other investigations I have worked on.
Wafi
This is fantastic! A MUST HAVE (in your collection) if you're interested in the subject [or history] of UFOs / UFOlogy!
SmEsH
Excellent book,concerning UFO reports back in the 1940s through some of the 1960s. Being a Subcommittee member for NICAP from the late 1950s to 1960s,it was a pleasure at looking back in time. Worth the read.
Aradwyn
Good
the print is too small and is very difficult to read the book. but material is very interesting...
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