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The Roswell Incident by Charles Berlitz

The Roswell Incident (1980)

by Charles Berlitz, William L. Moore

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The crash of a flying disk near Roswell, New Mexico is the landmark event in UFO history, yet there is no concrete proof of any extraterrestrial presence at the site. Charles Berlitz and William Moore adamantly maintain that the evidence does exist, but is buried under lies and threats from the United States government. While I have to reserve judgment, I am fascinated by the chain of evidence presented in this book, which is something of a sacred text in UFOology.

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