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The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup (Contemporary Issues (Prometheus)) epub ebook

by Philip J. Klass

The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup (Contemporary Issues (Prometheus)) epub ebook

Author: Philip J. Klass
Category: Occult & Paranormal
Language: English
Publisher: Prometheus Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 1997)
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN: 1573921645
ISBN13: 978-1573921640
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 631
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The coverup at Roswell is finally revealed! For years the public has been led to believe that the . government and the military have tried to cover up the recovery of a crashed saucer and its alien occupants from near Roswell.

The coverup at Roswell is finally revealed! For years the public has been led to believe that the .

The assault on the theory that an alien spacecraft crashed outside of Roswell continues with the publication of Philip J. Klass' The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup. It is a short book of 29 chapters, large type and big margins that stretch it to 240 pages. One of the problems is that key players are not mentioned.

In The Real Roswell Crashed Saucer Coverup, Klass discloses what really crashed on the Brazel ranch. Hardcover, 240 pages. Published October 1st 1997 by Prometheus Books (first published 1997). The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup. 1573921645 (ISBN13: 9781573921640).

Called "the Sherlock Holmes of UFOlogy", Philip J. Klass claims to have the inside scoop on what really crashed at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 and the subsequent cover-up. We'll all have to read the book to find out!

Called "the Sherlock Holmes of UFOlogy", Philip J. And is Klass's story the same as that recently released by government officials? We'll all have to read the book to find out!

In the ufological and skeptical communities, Klass inspires polarized appraisals. He has been called the.

In the ufological and skeptical communities, Klass inspires polarized appraisals. He has been called the "Sherlock Holmes of UFOlogy"

A flying Saucer crashed in Roswell in 1947. The obvious theory that emerged from the Roswell incident was that the flying saucer was an Alien spaceship. There are many branches which spring from this theory.

A flying Saucer crashed in Roswell in 1947. This event marked the introduction of UFOs to the consciousness of the American public. One theory is that the flying saucer was an Atomic Bomb. This theory was proposed by well known UFO theorist Jun Keith.

Philip J. Klass, an internationally recognized skeptical authority on the . Klass is the author of UFOs: The Public Deceived, UFO Abductions: A Dangerous Game, Bringing UFOs Down to Earth, and The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup. Klass, an internationally recognized skeptical authority on the subject of UFO reports, traces the history of these claims, from the celebrated Betty and Barney Hill case in 1966 to the extraordinary tales which are surfacing today. His response to these claims and the answers he provides are both absorbing and factual - a fascinating glimpse into an American subculture obsessed with visitors from outer space.

This book covers several conspiracy theories relating to "pop culture, politics, sports, business . Author Philip J. Klass claims it's not the . governments who's been involved in a cover-up of what really happened.

This book covers several conspiracy theories relating to "pop culture, politics, sports, business, and even religion. Like other books that cover multiple conspiracy this one doesn't go into a lot of depth. But it's a good overview of many of them. Roswell has become a major part of popular culture and is perhaps one of the best known conspiracy theories.

Contemporary saucer sightings, wrote Carl Gustav Jung in a book published before . Trent's saucer, which resembled a garbage-can cover, is similar to one photographed over France in 1954.

Contemporary saucer sightings, wrote Carl Gustav Jung in a book published before his death in 1961, are an outgrowth of the troubled international situation and gradual erosion among Christians of belief in a God who can intervene to save man from his own folly.

The issue of trust between the government and the people is and was at stake. RAAF Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch in Roswell Region. Since it will never really be known what went on in Roswell in 1947, the American people may never fully trust the government again. There is and was never any doubt that something crash landed. On July 8, 1947 the headline of the Roswell Daily Record read RAAF Captures Flying Saucer on Ranch in Roswell Region. Roswell Daily Record.

The coverup at Roswell is finally revealed!For years the public has been led to believe that the U.S. government and the military have tried to cover up the recovery of a crashed saucer and its alien occupants from near Roswell, New Mexico. This belief has been fostered by numerous books, newspaper articles, TV shows, and movies released since the incident of 1947.After many years of investigation, Philip J. Klass, "the Sherlock Holmes of UFOlogy," has uncovered hard evidence that there is indeed a cover-up, "but not by the U.S. government." This is based on solid evidence contained in once "secret" and "top secret" Air Force and CIA documents whose contents were intentionally withheld by authors of books and articles on Roswell, as well as by those who produced TV shows on the subject.In The Real Roswell Crashed Saucer Coverup, Klass discloses what really crashed on the Brazel ranch. He also reveals serious flaws in the tales told by alleged witnesses some of whom have drastically changed their accounts.
Reviews (7)
Nikohn
Essential reading for the "reality-based community". Well researched, objective and well thought out takedown of a popular culture myth.

Kanek
Not relevant today. classic debunking with out addressing the real evidence. UFO study has moved on.

Abywis
Imagine you are a government official, investigating the possibility of a cover-up of knowledge of an alien spacecraft that crashed at Roswell over 50 years ago. Imagine that you find nothing; furthermore, imagine that you have nothing to find. Your situation is hopeless--who in the UFO-believer community is ever going to believe you, no matter what you can show? Philip Klass is either to be admired or pitied for taking on this Sisyphean task; no matter how convincingly he demonstrates that the supposed "crash" at Roswell has a prosaic explanation, no matter how ridiculous the so-called "researchers" who claim otherwise are revealed to be (ranging from simple gullibility to outright fraud), the counter-arguments will _never_ stop. There will always be some new account, some new dimension to the conspiracy, that the diligent debunker failed to address. This principle is exemplified by Kevin Randle's review of this book right here on this URL (see below). Don't let Mr. Randle fool you--this book strikes a fatal blow to the entire Roswell crashed-saucer phenomenon. Mr. Klass has a tendency to harp on certain facts a little too much (the single document that he believes serves to falsify all notions of recovered alien spacecraft does nothing of the sort; it is simply a piece of evidence to that effect), but the story of Project Mogul--a simple, relatively boring high-altitude balloon experiment--is compelling, and explains just about everything. The book is pleasantly short, and makes for a breezy read, which is surprising for a debunking effort. The truth is out there, and Philip Klass reveals it. (P.S. to Mr. Randle: if one is to dismiss the Project Mogul explanation because part of it depends upon the 50-year old recollections of one man, then one must naturally also dismiss the entire crashed-saucer story, which depends entirely on such crusty old memories, most of which conflict with each other.)

Siatanni
You of course will hear indignant howls of pain from the profiteering promoters of the Rosewell "UFO crash" Myth, but that is just the sound of their cash cow dying. Klass presents the evidence surrounding the Rosewell incident (and the non-evidence invented by the UFO-hucksters) and arrives at the only logical conclusion. The Rosewell "crash" involved a lot of coverup, and no aliens. This book serves as an excellent source for debating the credulous, and along with Kal K. Korff's "The Rosewell UFO Crash : What they don't want you to know" it buries the Rosewell Myth deeper than the Loch Ness. The Truth is Out There. And you can find it in this book.

Legionstatic
A great book on the Roswell incident. This event needed to be examined by someone like Mr. Klass; he's a great expert too! I'm reading the text AGAIN now! Roswell WAS something, but it was the location of an UFO crash, that's for sure. Besides, it's the Corona UFO Crash, not the Roswell UFO Crash! The crash took place outside of Corona, NOT Roswell!

Wafi
The assault on the theory that an alien spacecraft crashed outside of Roswell continues with the publication of Philip J. Klass' The Real Roswell Crashed-Saucer Coverup. It is a short book of 29 chapters, large type and big margins that stretch it to 240 pages.
One of the problems is that key players are not mentioned. Major Edwin Easley, for example, isn't found in the pages, though Easley, as provost marshal at the base would have known about the crash, had it taken place. Easley told me that he had been sworn to secrecy about the events and mentioned "the creatures" to family members.
The book is filled with minor mistakes that bring into question the entire work. For example, Klass, when writing about the first Ragsdale affidavit, based on the January 29, 1993 interview, claimed that Don Schmitt had typed it. The fact is that Mark Chesney, a former NASA engineer, had suggested an affidavit. Chesney drafted it, and Max Littell typed it for signature.
Of course, these are all minor points but they do suggest the general sloppiness with which the book was thrown together. There are, however, much larger issues with this work. Clearly, the intent of some of it was to mislead the public into believing that those of us who suggest a saucer crashed have been less than candid. But it seems that Klass is the one who is less than candid.
There are documents, that Klass failes to mention, that support the idea that something unusual crashed outside of Roswell. Take, as an example, the July 10, 1947 "office memorandum" written by FBI agent E.G. Fitch and sent to D.M. Ladd about the flying discs. Brigadier General George Schulgen at the Pentagon had asked FBI Special Agent Reynolds for help investigating the flying disks. Clyde Tolson, one of the top FBI men, on July 15 endorsed the memo, saying, "I think we should do this."
It was then passed to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, who wrote, "I would do it but before agreeing to it we must insist upon full access to d! isks recovered. For instance, in the La case the Army grabbed it would not let us have it for cursory examination."
So Klass accuses me, and the others, of neglecting to mention those facts which don't support our point of view. He makes much of the fact that we are the ones engaging in a coverup with our lack of candor. But then how to explain Klass' failure to mention Hoover's handwritten note or Easley's suggestion of extremely high security.
Klass is not above misleading the readers when it suits his purpose. On page 119, arguing for the Project Mogul explanation, he wrote, "Further, that this train of balloons, radar targets, and instruments had been tracked by ground and later airborne radar to within 17 miles of the Brazel ranch before radar contact was lost."
That statement is based solely on the memory of Charles Moore, who didn't say that it had been tracked by radar, but that it was his memory that the flight had been lost near Arabela, which is twenty to thirty miles south of the Brazel ranch. There is no documentation to corroborate Klass' statement, and, in fact, the single bit of documentation that does exist, suggests there were no radar targets and no array train attached to the flight. These are facts that Klass fails to mention in his book.
The important statement that Klass made, that suggests documentation and radar confirmation of a Mogul flight near the Brazel ranch turns out to be erroneous, conjecture, and based on the nearly fifty year old memories of Charles Moore. Klass' book was a disappointment. I had expected better from him. It seemed, almost, that he didn't want to write them book. He went through the motions but didn't have his heart in it. His past investigations often turned up new information and his arguments made some sense. But here we have only conjecture heaped on speculation and underscored by invention. There is just too much wrong with this work for anyone to take seriously.

blodrayne
As a Roswell resident for 30 years, I'm always looking for definitive and well researched books on the subject of the Roswell 'UFO' crash. I found it in Phillip Klass's book which is full of facts and details that ought to make believers run and hide. I suggest it be on every skeptic's book shelf.

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