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Following the recent untimely demise of both the editor and the magazine itself,UFO mag.readers have had no real forum for discussion. Yet, when this astonishing book appeared, even UFO Magazine reviewers seemed to overlook the importance of Philip J. Corso's nicely crafted account of what really went on at the heart of the US military and intelligence departments, during the 'Cold War'years.
It is so full of facts, names, and incidents (most of which are surely verifiable)that I simply can't believe that this dedicated old soldier would invent such a fantastic tale as he neared 80 years of age. I have read a great number of books on this general subject and I believe that this is the… Read more