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Field Guide to Extraterrestrials

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Presenting a spellbinding study, professional science writer Patrick Huyghe has compiled a comprehensive, fact-filled, illustrated guide to the various types of extraterrestrial beings that have been seen within the past century. he draws on eyewitness accounts, exhaustive research, detailed cross-references to similar cases and other pertinent data.
Published January 1st 1996 by Avon Books
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R.A. Danger

The book has 50 black and white drawings of individual aliens. With a few pages having more then one drawing,

The book starts by saying that it will have aliens that came from a spaceship or seen at the same moment of a spaceship. The next part of the book is divided into four parts: Humanoid (26), Animalian (13), Robotic (7), and Exotic (4). At the end there is information about why some people believe they are so many types of aliens, then it talks mostly about the grays. And how some re
When I saw this book at the used book store for 50 cents I thought it would be a fun book to read. An easy read but just so-so.
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