As you investigate the ins and outs about the world of unexplainable flying objects, there are plenty of publications to help you learn more on the subject. With an array of photographs, illustrations, and tons of theories, this article presents a bunch of books that may help shed light on the subject.
Alien Agenda: Investigating the Extraterrestrial Presence Among Us
by Jim Marrs
With investigative skills that have earned many different awards, Marrs attempts to answer the questions that center on extraterrestrial life. The book takes the stance that numerous efforts throughout the years have been implemented in order to stop the “truth” that UFOs really exist. Some of the points his research and writings deal with touches upon the subject of crop circles, astronaut reports, and other clues the government has leaked out. Combining both old and new information, Alien Agenda is marketed as a great read for those interested in learning more on the topic.
Alien Contact: The First Fifty Years
by Jenny Randles
The aim of Randles’ book is to pay homage to the 50th year after the first reported UFO sighting was documented in 1947. While waves of speculation to an array of varied reporting, many official explanations are picked apart, presenting a variety of believable arguments. Plenty of summaries and illustrations are included to portray the UFO events that took place from 1947 to 1997, where one or two cases are presented. The author also shares thoughtful commentary with her readers.
Extraterrestrial Contact: The Evidence and Implications
by Steven M. Greer
Some readers consider this book as one of the best showings of UFO or extraterrestrial cases accompanied by helpful evidence. In the publication, the close encounters and documentation regarding Greer and CSETI are included with a powerful overview of why extraterrestrials exist and what their intentions are. Some of the features that the book offers includes views regarding the infamous Project Starlight; interviews of CIA Director, James Woolsey, and other prominent members of Congress. Senior Pentagon officials are also mentioned throughout the pages of this rather engaging book.
Field Guide to UFOs: A Classification of Various Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Based on Eyewitness Accounts
by Dennis W. Stacy and Patrick Huyghe
When one is interested in learning more about the supposed physical structure of an unidentified flying object, this book aims to identify and categorize some of the many different shapes that witnesses have described in their UFO experiences. Whether it is the double-ringed vision or the UFO that displays a triangular shape, witnesses have depicted a wide-range of possibilities. An explanation regarding some of the sightings is also quite interesting to read.
Spaceships of the Visitors: An Illustrated Guide to Alien Spacecraft
By Kevin D. Randle and Russ Estes
Another book that touches upon the different descriptions used to pinpoint some of the characteristics that different UFO aircraft are associated is presented through the efforts of two UFO experts. The main part of the book deals with the history of UFO sightings, while a variety of eyewitness account entries also take up a bulk of the publication. Additional features include Air Force accounts and private UFO group documentation. Detailed drawings of spaceships and other encounter details are also provided.