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Invisible Residents

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s/t: A disquisition upon certain matters maritime & the possibility of intelligent life under the waters of this earth
A unique contribution to the study of the UFOs, originally published over 30 years ago, this updated edition includes new photographs, illustrations & an extensive Foreword by David Hatcher Childress discussing more recent Underwater UFOs--now call
Hardcover, 1st, 257 pages
Published 1970 by World Publications (Cleveland)
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Jul 30, 2008 John rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
i like his use of 'clowns' to describe skeptics.

I was looking forward to taking another look at this book from my credulous, paranormal, IN SEARCH OF-fueled youth of the 1970s, because the central idea of it always stuck in the back of my head as particularly intriguing (this from a kid who read his way through dozens of UFO books in grade school). In truth, most UFO books back then were boring, or grew stale very quickly ("X saw 3 lights on this specific date moving from the east to the southeast. They were observed for x number of minutes, ...more
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Jan 25, 2016 Lisa M. rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: non-fiction
I have always loved the paranormal. While reading another book about the paranormal last year, I came across this book and added it to my "to read" list. I had never heard of anything like UAOs (unidentified aquatic objects,) and found that the idea could be either very intriguing or very campy and entertaining. I had to read it! When I saw my university's library had it listed, I snagged it quickly. The fact that no one has taken this book out since 1993 (23 years now,) should have fared as a w ...more
Erik Graff
Mar 29, 2015 Erik Graff rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: UFO fans
Recommended to Erik by: Michael Miley
Shelves: sciences
This is one of the more interesting books about UFOs which is popularly available. The usual take on the phenomenon is that they are extraterrestrial craft. Other theories have explained UFOs hoaxes, as extra-dimensional or time-travelling devices, as originating from a hollow earth, as Nazi revenants, as bizarre animals, as secret governmental craft or as hallucinations based on propagated electro-magnetic fields or on the pizoelectric effects of tectonic movements or of just "normal" human cra ...more
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Hydra Star
Full disclosure: I didn't actually finish reading this book. I tried, twice, to finish it but I just couldn't.

The author obviously put a lot of time and research into this book, but I just don't think the evidence was there for the conclusions he was trying to reach.
I bought this book because I couldn't tell whether it was Science Fiction, or Non-fiction. Turns out it is Non-fiction, the guy is trying to show how there are intelligent people living underneath the world's oceans.
May 23, 2012 Nik rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: extraterrestrial
An amazing insight into water related ufo cases that transpired mostly decades ago. A must for the ufo collection.
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Scottish biologist, mostly known for his writings on cryptozoology and the paranormal.

Sanderson published three classics of nature writing: Animal Treasure, a report of an expedition to the jungles of then-British West Africa; Caribbean Treasure, an account of an expedition to Trinidad, Haiti, and Surinam, begun in late 1936 and ending in late 1938; and Living Treasure, an account of an expeditio
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