Shoot Them down! - the Flying Saucer Air Wars Of 1952by Frank Feschino
During the summer of 1952, Americans reported a record amount of UFO sightings to Project Blue Book, the Air Force group responsible for investigating unidentified flying objects. Author/Illustrator Frank C. Feschino, Jr. has written an exciting new book that encompasses the summer of 1952 and America's overwhelming UFO problem during that time. See more details below
During the summer of 1952, Americans reported a record amount of UFO sightings to Project Blue Book, the Air Force group responsible for investigating unidentified flying objects. Author/Illustrator Frank C. Feschino, Jr. has written an exciting new book that encompasses the summer of 1952 and America's overwhelming UFO problem during that time.
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Indeed 'Reality' is revealed, considered, and then assiduously chronicled by Frank Feschino. In the final analysis (and we'd have never heard about it otherwise, good reader!), Feschino came, he saw, and he wrote it down. 'Veni, vidi, scripsi,' it could be said? The data are revealing, reader! Feschino reports them to us in detail. Indeed, we weren't in 'Kansas' any more after 1952... and may not, I submit (remembering a wealth of old history scribed in old ink and stone... ...epic poetry indicating same?), have ever been in 'Kansas'! Roll that and smoke it! See, even if it turns out that UFOs were not really the cause of a documented loss of men and machines, it remains that men and machines were lost engaging something causing that loss! These brave men should get some kind of recognition for their sacrifice, and they have not! Moreover, this is a 'cause' that is another subject of one of those ubiquitous cover-ups festooning the whole of a ufological milieu for decades! One can be, therefore, tantalized with the distinct possibility that the United States, et al, went to undeclared war with, and was first to fire upon... an off world intelligence! Additionally, that war continued, that loss of men and machine went on unabated, until we stopped trying to, 'Shoot Them Down'! Which is to say that we lost that undeclared war, eh? This is some kind of serious read, sincere scholarship, and it is without cant or bias, verily! That data are merely followed, period, is the thrust.