Whether a skeptic or a believer, this book will inform, entertain, and challenge you to take a closer look at the possibility-even the probability-of UFOs.
In 1950, two spinning disks flew over Great Falls, Montana, and were filmed on a hand-held camera. Today, those "flying saucers" in the now-famous "Montana Movie" still defy conventional explanation.
In the 1960s, UFOs were reported at Minuteman missile silos in Montana. In separate incidents while a UFO was overhead, armed and ready nuclear missiles were suddenly deactivated as missile launch officers watched helplessly. The U.S. Air Force ordered these men never to tell anyone what happened.
This book critically examines these and other UFO events in Montana, including reported contact with extraterrestrials. Drawing on recently declassified government documents, historic reports, and first-hand interviews, Ph.D. zoologist and author Joan Bird presents compelling evidence that UFOs are real, have frequented Montana's Big Sky, and have landed in the state.
This book also introduces readers to significant UFO incidents in the U.S., to official government investigations such as Project Blue Book, and to major figures in the study of UFOs.
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Table of Contents
1 Nick Mariana's "Montana Movie" 15
2 UFOs and the Minuteman Missiles 77
3 Cereal Mystery: Crop Circles in Montana 119
4 The Canyon Ferry Sighting - or Socorro Copycat? 147
5 The Led Dworshak Contact Case 161
6 The UDO Wartena Contact Case 187
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I would say this is one of the best books i've read on ufo's and i have read many. It is written well and reseached very well. I recommend it highly.
Joan is not only a good friend of mine but a very astute woman who researches so deeply and had to come to the realization that there really is something more "out there!" It wasn't easy for her and it took awhile but with perserverance and hard work and many interviews, it led her to the real stories. Truth is always better then fiction, don' you agree? It is a very good book for newbys and everyone in between. Way to go, Joan!! Hopefully there will be more books to come on this subject and the Noetic Sciences.