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Free to read, Online UFO books

Posted by dandare on January 8, 2008

NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena), have placed authorized full length versions of books, online for everyone to read for free. They are not up to date books, but are worth reading (admitedly i have only read a few, but glancing through the rest, they look interesting . The link to them is here ) .


The books are:

“Alfred Loedding and the great flying saucer wave of 1947” (by Michael hall and Wendy connors)

“The flying saucers are real” (by Donald Keyhoe ) 1950

“Symposium on Unidentified flying objects” second session 1968 (by various)

“Regional encounters : The FC files  acentury of ufo sightings and close encounters in the midwest” (director : francis ridge) 1994

“Report on the ufo wave of 1947” (ted bloecher) 1967

“Flying saucers : fact or fiction” (Max Miller) 1957, i think

“The report on Unidentified Flying objects” (Edward Ruppelt) 1956?

“The ufo evidence” 1965 (published by NICAP)

“Ufos: a new look” a special report  by NICAP (1969)   

“ufology” by James McCampbell (/)

“Inside saucer post 3-0 blue” a summary report by Leonard Stringfield (1957)  


2 Responses to “Free to read, Online UFO books”

  1. Steve said

    If I may add a (IMHO “must-read”) title which has been in the public domain for quite some time now…
    “The Book of the Damned” by Charles Hoy Fort (published in 1919)

    This book proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the UFO-phenomenon was not invented by “Hollywood”, and that it isn’t a product of the “Cold War”, or some other kind of secret weapon.

    Considering the time period in which “the book of the damned” was written, I do believe Charles Fort was some kind of a genious who had the unique capability of thinking outside the box. Needless to say that it is “understandable” that one may disagree with certain elements of this publication. But the publication itself IS (more than) worth reading. Before you do, have a look at this wikipedia-article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Book_of_the_Damned

  2. dandare said

    I was not aware of this, and will definately take a look.
    Thanks for the information and links.

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