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Dreamland: Travels Inside the Secret World of Roswell and Area 51

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2008

    Really decent coverage of the topic

    This is not your typical UFO/Roswell/Govt-in-cahoots-with-extraterrestrials/freaks-and-weirdos book. This is a relatively well-researched discussion of secret aircraft and the places where they are designed and built. The 'alternative' viewpoint 'of the abduction-victim freaks-and-weirdos' is presented, as it is part of the lore and is one way that those who accidentally come in contact with secret aircraft may decide to explain the encounters. But the basic intent of the book is to discuss the use of these 'black' aircraft and relate interesting and amusing stories about them. It is a highly readable book and may serve as a reference for those interested in the matter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2001

    Just the tip of the iceberg to government secrecy.

    Phil Patton delivers an outstanding book that tells everyone what the government wouldn't want you to know. Dealing with the massive topic of Dreamland, he pinpoints your thoughts and explains the many possibilities. If you don't believe yet, wait till you read the book. He discovers the vast topics of the history, witnesses of events, and the people that know too much. Complete with a photo insert of intriguing pictures, it makes you think about what's going to happen next.

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