Gray Barker begins this book with a on-the-spot account of the famed Flatwoods "monster" which landed in a spaceship and terrorized seven witnesses on a dark West Virginia hillside.
What follows is, however, even more amazing, for it is true, if astounding story of the author's three-year investigation when, fired by the enigma of the Flatwoods panic, he became convinced that flying saucers are real and set out to find what they are.
New Saucerian proudly presents perhaps the most famous flying saucer book ever: Gray Barker's "They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers!" From flying saucers to the underground denizens of Lemuria, it's all here in this ufological classic.
This 2016 reprint features the wonderful cover art from the dust jacket to the original hardback, first published in 1956. This edition faithfully reproduces the original, both inside and out, and is a great addition to any saucer collection.
Just who are these darkly dressed men who go after UFO witnesses - those who might "know too much?" Why do they frighten, interrogate, and physically harm innocent civilians, such as Albert K. Bender? Barker's answers shocked the world and raised awareness about the threat of the MIB.
If you enjoyed Barker's other MIB titles, "Men in Black: The Secret Terror Among Us," "Bender Mystery Confirmed," and "When Men in Black Attack" (New Saucerian, 2015), then you will also enjoy this finely crafted star in the pulp pantheon.