'... there is no doubt in my mind that Flying Saucerers is one of the most important ufological contributions of the last few years; and it is vital reading for anyone and everyone that has an interest in belief systems, how beliefs, ideas and theories originate, grow, mutate, become accepted, and are then perceived as hard fact... ' -- Nick Redfern
'Invaluable insight into a key period of ufology 9/10.' Peter Brookesmith
-- Fortean Times
'The best book on the flying saucer phenomenon for 20 years, by the two most sane commentators on the subject.' Paul Screeton -- Folklore Frontiers
About the Author
David Clarke is a British university lecturer. He obtained his PhD in `Folklore and Cultural Tradition' in 1999, and now teaches Media Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. He also lectures on the subjects of supernatural belief and urban legends at the National Centre for English Cultural Tradition (part of the University of Sheffield).
Andy Roberts is a veteran fortean writer, researcher and broadcaster. He has written eight books on the subjects of UFOs and folklore and has contributed to many journals including The Guardian and Fortean Times.