Their conclusion is inescapable and shocking: this is a secret that the insiders themselves struggle to understand and contain.
"Government agencies, at various times, precieve a need to release some UFO information to the public. Some, definitely not all. How do they do it? Always via avenues that leave no one at risk. That means ensuring there is no direct connection between the agency and whomever is doing the actual releasing. It also means the necessity of mixing in some false information. It means, ultimately, to tell the truth, but tell it slant. Until there is a full disclosure of the UFO/ET reality, deniability will remain paramount to those in possession of this great secret."
- By the authors, from the book's Introduction.
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About the Author
T. Scott Crain earned his B.S. degree from Penn State University, after which became a State Section Director for the Mutual UFO Network. He has written dozens of articles for publication in the U.S. and worldwide.