Nowadays, stories of abductions by small, bug-eyed beings have become fashionable. This has led to an unbalanced perspective. In Alien Base, Timothy Good focuses on worldwide reports of encounters with extraterrestrial beings, beginning in the early 20th century, many published here for the first time, and shows that descriptions of alien beings are far more diverse than we suppose. He recounts, for example, numerous cases of encounters with human-appearing extraterrestrials, such as the two-hour face-to-face contact reported by Air Marshal Sir Peter Horsley, a former deputy chief of Strike Command as well as equerry to HM The Queen and Prince Philip.
Alien Base contains a great deal of sensational new material, including photographs of aliens, cases involving repairs carried out to grounded craft, unidentified submarine objects reported by naval observers, UFO reports by pilots, animal mutilations, encounters with the “men in black”, and amazing stories of visits to alien bases. Good concludes that Earth is visited by a number of different species – some of whom have established bases here.
Alien Base went to No. 4 on the Guardian best-seller list.
Timothy Good became interested in UFOs in 1955. Now a leading authority, he has researched the subject worldwide, and his numerous contacts include astronauts, military and intelligence chiefs, pilots and politicians. He has written several best-selling books on UFOs and the alien presence, including Above Top Secret, Beyond Top Secret and Alien Liaison. His latest book, Unearthly Disclosure, was serialized in the Daily Mail.He is known to millions through his television appearances and has acted as consultant for several documentaries on the subject. He has lectured at universities, school...
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