Nick Redfern is the author of more than 20 books, including The NASA Conspiracies, The Real Men in Black, Keep Out!, Contactees, and Memoirs of a Monster Hunter (all published by New Page Books). He has appeared on numerous TV shows, including the History Channel's Ancient Aliens, Monster Quest, and UFO Hunters; the BBC's Out of This World; the SyFy Channel's Proof Positive; the National Geographic Channel's Paranatural; and MSNBC's Countdown. Nick is the co-host, with Raven Meindel, of the weekly radio show Exploring All Realms. He lives in Arlington, Texas with his wife, Dana. He can be contacted at nickredfernsbooks.blogspot.com.
The Pyramids and the Pentagon: The Government's Top Secret Pursuit of Mystical Relics, Ancient Astronauts, and Lost Civilizationsby Nick Redfern
Focusing primarily upon the classified work of the U.S. Government, The Pyramids and the Pentagon invites you to take a wild ride into the fog/i>/i>
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The Pyramids and the Pentagonis a detailed study of how and why government agencies have, for decades, taken a clandestine and profound interest in numerous archeological, historical, and religious puzzles.
Focusing primarily upon the classified work of the U.S. Government, The Pyramids and the Pentagon invites you to take a wild ride into the fog-shrouded past. It's a ride that incorporates highlights such as:
Nick Redfern's The Pyramids and the Pentagon clearly and provocatively demonstrates that deep and dark conspiracies exist within the shadowy world of officialdom--conspiracies that have the ability to rock the foundations of civilization, religion, and history to their very core. The strange and amazing secrets of the past are just a heavily guarded government vault away.
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I am giving this book 4 stars because it does a great job at listing its sources and raises a lot of questions surrounding each one of the topics. However, it was not the page turner I was hoping for and read a bit disjointed for me. The content is very interesting, in and of itself, but Nick's writing style failed to keep me glued to the book and frequently caused me to re-read parts to grasp the whole picture. My expectations exceeded my actual satisfaction. With that being said, it covers interesting topics and is a good read for anyone interested in these areas.