It is time for the truth to be told...
On July 2, 1947 something crashed in the desert outside of Roswell, New Mexico. An explosion of light and sound made the sheep wail, the chickens squawk, and the children scream. And then the ranchers heard a noise they thought could only have come from the devil himself.
For forty years, Majestic Agency director Wilfred Stone helped...more
It is a mostly fiction/factual account of the Rosewell Crash in 1947. To me, this book was one of the scariest books I have ever read. It scared me into horrible nightmares a couple of times. Be that as it may, it was really well written and easy to follow. It was very descriptive of the Rancher and his family, and the night out there in New Mexico desert where this event occured. Also of all the other Military and non-military p ...more
Strieber has a talent for cooking up truly horrifying, unforgettable scenarios. They stay with you long after you read them.
I'd also like to add one more thing. One of the coolest things about Whitley Strieber is that he leaves the idea of the "visitors" open to interpretation. Are they aliens? Are they us, evolved? Are they ...more
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I enjoyed some aspects of the book, and I have come ...more
Género. Ciencia-Ficción (supongo yo…).
Lo que nos cuenta. Al final de su vida, y a través de un supuesto periodista que en realidad buscaba un artículo de relleno para el Día de los Inocentes, Wilfred Stone cuenta la verdad de cómo se manejó el incidente de Roswell en 1947 y confiesa sus propias experiencias con inteligencias extraterrestres.
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A rehash of his earlier work, which makes me wonder it this effort was written for the sake of publishing another book, and receiving another payday.
It had its moments, but not enough of them for me.
Having read a number of Strieber's novels, but not yet his Communion series of autobiographical contact books, I would not rate this as highly as WarDay.
Strieber also co-authored The Coming Global Superstorm with Art Bell, which inspired t ...more