Stanton T. Friedman and Don Berliner expose the military cover-up of the UFO crash that took place near Corona, New Mexico in 1947.
Category - Non-fiction
Non-fiction books that are about any topic relevant to science or science fiction.
Travis Walton recounts his own experience onboard an alien ship in one of the most publicized alien abductions of the time.
Stanton T. Friedman and Kathleen Marden provide an extensive look into the first abduction experience to enter the public mind: Betty and Barney Hill.
Courtney Brown reveals what he learns about extraterrestrials, religion, Earth, and other fascinating topics using remote viewing.
Cosmic Explorers Scientific Remote Viewing, Extraterrestrials, and a Message for Mankind by Courtney Brown
Courtney Brown describes the process for remote viewing and describes the rationale behind the process. He then discusses what he's learned through remote viewing on extraterrestrials and their relationship with Earth.
Talbot unites various phenomenon such as telepathy, paranormal, telekinesis, and other seemingly unrelated and esoteric fields under one theory that explains our reality.
Dr. John E. Mack interviews and regresses numerous people who claim to have been abducted, and what he learns makes him a believe in the truth and impact of the phenomenon.
D. W. Pasulka examines the UFO phenomenon from a religious perspective and reveals some fascinating information that legitimizes UFO research. Pasulka reveals the serious attention that highly reputable scientists give...