Malcolm Robinson is a UFO & Paranormal Researcher with over 30 year's expertise and has had 'hands on' experience with each of the cases contained in this book. Malcolm has lectured extensively on UFOs and the Paranormal all over the UK and Ireland and was the first Scot to lecture on American soil in Laughlin Nevada in 2009.
Malcolm has appeared regularly on TV both here in the UK and all over the world and has assisted newspapers and radio stations with information on UFOs and the Paranormal.
The full story regarding the wave of UFO sightings over the town of Bonnybridge is given here, as is the full story of Scotland's first 'reported' UFO abduction. Other close encounter cases are also looked at in great detail.
In the publication of Malcolm Robinson's first book, he looks to enlighten you with the most fascinating UFO cases that Scotland has to offer. This work is not meant to be definitive, instead it is Malcolm's own reflection on his research and thoughts on what represents to be Scotland's most intriguing and unexplained UFO cases.
This is an epic book, a book that clearly shows that Scotland as a country has been touched by the UFO presence. This book will leave you with little doubt that mankind is dealing with a very real and bona fide phenomenon, as the witnesses in this book can clearly testify to.
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Malcolm Robinson, founder of the Strange Phenomena Investigations (SPI) group, details the cases he has personally investigated and that represent some of the major UFO incidents in Scotland during the past few decades. There is a thorough examination of the wave of sightings in the Bonnybridge area, which got worldwide attention in the 1990s, as well as the late Robert Taylor's close encounter in Livingston and a wave of sightings in Fife. Rather surprisingly, he suggests that Taylor might have encountered a military secret weapon rather than an alien spacecraft. He also details Scotland's first alien abduction that took place in 1992, on the A70 near Harperrig Reservoir. It features the classic elements of missing time and memories of being examined onboard a UFO. This case alone challenged Malcolm's former scepticism and made him look at the phenomenon with new eyes. Malcolm shows us the fantastic and fascinating complexities of UFO cases in Scotland and gives a balanced look at the wide variety of explanations that might account for them. Based on the reports in this book Malcolm puts forward the case that alien encounters do pose untold dangers for us in the future.
I dont know where to start here! This book is so personal to the individual cases that you feel you are there at the scene. I was getting fed up with books being written by so called authors who never investigated their cases. They were for me the 'armchair Ufologists'. Malcolm does go 'hands on' with his investigations and this is obvious when reading his book! He is a well known speaker on the subject (worldwide) and its his friendly manner along with detailed account of his cases that catches immediate attention. This book says as much about the UFO Investigator as the individual cases and Malcolm is without doubt top of his class! He was recently asked why he took so long to write his first book and replied 'Up to my eyes investigating, just hadn't the time'. It's an easy yet detailed read including the funny side as well as the extremely serious side of UFO investigations. For the first time it relates, again in great detail, the Bonnybridge cases, Bob Taylor's encounter, the probable abduction with the A70 case and many many more extremely interesting accounts of one man's 30 years experinces. If you are in the least interested in the subject of UFO's then this book is certainly worth having on your bookshelf. Absolutely fantastic read!