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The Eighth Tower by John A. Keel
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Mar 02, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: forteana, dubiously-non-fiction, e-texts-and-pdfs, read-in-2012-overall, read-in-2012-male, ufos-and-space-aliens
Read from March 02 to 04, 2012

Well, now that was unfocussed and bizarre even by Keel's standards.

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03/02/2012 page 30 "'Fliers in the Great War of 1914-18 reported circling airports in England, utterly amazed to see huge, gleaming metal aircraft totally unlike the primitive cloth and wood planes of their time. For a few moments they had somehow penetrated the barrier of time and visited the future.' Sources, Keel, show your sources." 1 comment
03/02/2012 page 45 "'Back in the 1960s I was puzzled during my in-depth interviews with male witnesses when they told me in hushed confidential tones how their testicles bothered them after their sightings. Some later developed nonspecific infections with all the symptoms of VD. Try to explain to your wife or girlfriend that you got it from a flying saucer! When I suffered a dose of this cosmic clap myself in the spring of -' BWAHhaha."
03/04/2012 page 183 "'There is
considerable evidence that a race of giants once inhabited the earth' -- no, there isn't; we've been through this."

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