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Report on Unidentified Flying Objects (Book)

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Back in Print after 45 years, the book they didn't want you to Read. Edward Ruppelt was in Charge of the Air Forces Project Bluebook in the 50's. His book is one of the first that shows what the US government actually knows about UFO's. In this landmark work that is now republished with a forward by Drunvalo Melchizedek, Ruppelt discusses: Have US Jet Fighters ever fought with UFO's? Was the Maury Island Mystery a hoax?

Did flying saucers ever really buzz the white house? Are there authentic photos of UFO's? And what is the true story behind the Lubbock Lights?

As the Houston Chronicle said in 1955 " Others who have written on this subject intimated they were conferring with officials in the inner sanctum. This book, which may well become the bible of the UFO devotees, makes clear that Ruppelt is the inner sanctum".

Edward J. Ruppelt (July 17, 1923 in Iowa ? September 15, 1960) was a United States Air Force officer probably best-known for his involvement in Project Blue Book, a formal governmental study of unidentified flying objects. He is generally credited with coining the term "unidentified flying object", to replace the terms "flying saucer" and "flying disk", which had become widely known; Ruppelt thought the latter terms were both suggestive and inadequate.

Ruppelt was the director of Project Grudge from late 1951 until it became Project Blue Book in March 1952; he remained with Blue Book until late 1953. UFO researcher Jerome Clark writes, "Most observers of Blue Book agree that the Ruppelt years comprised the project's golden age, when investigations were most capably directed and conducted. Ruppelt himself was open-minded about UFOs, and his investigators were not known, as Grudge's were, for force-fitting explanations on cases

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190 Pages
Source Books Inc
1.05 LBS

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  1. A classic - for good reason 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Apr 2012

    This is one of the classic works on the subject of ufos. Simply a must-have for anyone interested in the subject.
    However, be advised that there are two editions of the book and Amazon has been switching out different publications that vary between those two editions.
    I got involved in a discussion (in the comments section of one of the reviews) since purchasing so I've seen three different versions (by different publishers) so far.

    The first edition has 17 chapters. The second, 20. There are rumors about Ruppelt (the author) being pressured into adding the new chapters to lighten the mood of the book by including some of the sillier aspects of the subject. He died shortly after publication of the second edition, fueling further rumors of conspiracy to keep the subject from being taken seriously.

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