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Intercept UFO: The True Story of the Flying Saucers!

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"Intercept - but don't shoot." Ever since 1948, when the United States Air Force issued this famous order, American pilots have been defied by the unidentified flying objects that periodically invade our air space. Why hasn't the Air Force authorized pilots to shoot the mysterious invaders down? Fear of extraterrestrial reprisal? Diplomatic protests from powers that contro ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 338 pages
Published by Zebra
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Ernest Hogan
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I was expecting a sensationalistic bit of Italian-style ufology--the edition I found is called INTERCEPT--BUT DONT SHOOT, but it took some unexpected turns and blew my mind. Most of the book is dedicated to the argument that UFOs are from Earth--the result of radical technology developed during World War Two by the Germans, English, and Canadians. (Yes. Flying saucers from Canada. The mind boggles.) I may steal a few ideas here.
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I had this book in the 1970's and found myself intrigued by the possibilities it raised. ...more
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