ON THE TRAIL OF THE SAUCER SPIES: UFOs and Government Surveillance [NOOK Book]

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ON THE TRAIL OF THE SAUCER SPIES reveals that Government, Military and Intelligence agencies have been secretly spying on UFO researchers, writers, investigators, and witnesses for decades -- and for countless reasons. In this book Nick Redfern also recounts his own experience of being spied upon by the British Ministry of Defense for his interest in UFOs. It isn't paranoia if you think "they" are watching you: they really are!
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Overview

ON THE TRAIL OF THE SAUCER SPIES reveals that Government, Military and Intelligence agencies have been secretly spying on UFO researchers, writers, investigators, and witnesses for decades -- and for countless reasons. In this book Nick Redfern also recounts his own experience of being spied upon by the British Ministry of Defense for his interest in UFOs. It isn't paranoia if you think "they" are watching you: they really are!
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Editorial Reviews

Bruce Maccabee
The bottom line, according to Redfern's well documented book, is that there has been a considerable amount of government spying on ufologists, but it was not so much carried out because of a fear that ufologists would learn government secrets about flying saucers, but rather because the intelligence agencies were afraid that some ufologists were being "used," willingly or unwillingly, as information sources by foreign intelligence services...I recommend this book to everyone...
Marie Jones
On The Trail of the Saucer Spies is great late-night, page-turning reading that will no doubt have you looking over your shoulder, especially in this day of domestic spying. If you are a UFO buff, all the more reason to read up, and be prepared for anything. They may, after all, be watching you.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933665627
  • Publisher: Anomalist Books
  • Publication date: 10/28/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 308
  • File size: 794 KB

Meet the Author

NICK REDFERN is one of the world's foremost authorities on UFOs. His other books include "There's Something in the Woods," "Science Fiction Secrets," and "Final Events." He has written for Military Illustrated; Eye Spy; Fate; Fortean Times; Phenomena Magazine; and the London Daily Express newspaper.
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