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The Janos People

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The Janos People; a close encounter of the fourth kind. On board a Janos spaceship, over England, Monday June 19, 1978. Late one night, while traveling in their car on a lonely road in Oxfordshire, a family of three adults and two small children were intercepted by a large spaceship, and were taken on board for nearly an hour, during which the flying saucer made a short ...more
Hardcover, 198 pages
Published 1980 by Neville Spearman
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Fiona Robson
Nov 22, 2011 Fiona Robson rated it really liked it
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This was a fantastic read, and I wish I could meet the people involved in the close encounter. Fascinating and one of the few Close Encounter stories which did not terrify the life out of me. Loved the way the author sympathetically wrote, conveying the views of the Janos people and keeping the account of hypnosis objective. Would love to hear more of this case i.e. did the family ever hear from the Janos people again?
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