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5.0 out of 5 stars Brazilian army bags four Et's...
The most sensational Ufo case on record, and the most important! The Varginhna events occurrred on 20th January 1996 in a rural district of Brazil. Several people witnessed the Ets, and two of the Ets are believed to have survived. Dr. Roger Leir deploys his forensic skills to give a detailed account of what happened. One of the deceased aliens was autopsied, Dr Leir...
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2.0 out of 5 stars You can judge a book by its cover...
If you buy this book, it's because you're interested in the subject of ufo's, not because the cover attracts you to it - which has to be one of the most unprofessional looking covers I have ever seen. The point here is that, the information has to be mined from this book in a toilsome manner because the general writing style of the good doctor Leir is so amateurish and...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brazilian army bags four Et's..., 2 Jan 2008
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The most sensational Ufo case on record, and the most important! The Varginhna events occurrred on 20th January 1996 in a rural district of Brazil. Several people witnessed the Ets, and two of the Ets are believed to have survived. Dr. Roger Leir deploys his forensic skills to give a detailed account of what happened. One of the deceased aliens was autopsied, Dr Leir includes the testimony of three medical personnel, who it soon transpires, actually attended the procedure, and were badly shaken by the experience. Dr. Leir gives a thorough rendering of his investigations in Varghina from day one, and it appears that doors were opened to his enquiries.

The Ets were not the "greys" assosciated with Roswell, instead they were brown and shiny in appearance, with a reptilian skin type. Their eyes were large, red and bulging. Looking into their eyes apparently induced psychic experiences. Dr Leir gathers more data from a Brazilian investigators who describe the Ets as being "of the Delta type" in other words they are trained beings, similar to Earth's simians though more intelligent, who are used by the Alpha and Beta types to carry out menial tasks. One of the EBEs (Extraterrestrial Biological Entities) is said to have been covered in black fur. Dr. Leir does not mention the Brazilian Didi, an "unknown hominid" that is said to reside in the forests of Brazil, which could provide a more terrestrial explanation for the phenomena.

In comparison to Roswell this is a most convincing case, as the trail of evidence is still warm as opposed to sixty- eight years old. There is no physical evidence as yet of a crashed vehicle, however as Dr Leir points out the US. has teams of people ready at a moments notice to spirit away technolgy that falls from the sky, and there were radar traces which disappeared near Varginha on previous nights. The witnesses to the alien creatures are still alive, barring an unfotunate Brazilian intelligence officer who succumbed to a mystery infection after touching one of the aliens during it's capture. The late Graham Birdsall, editor and owner of Ufo magazine described the Varginha case as "above all others, set to explode."!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth a look, 30 Mar 2010
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Genuinely interesting, and surprisingly convincing account. Obviously painstakingly researched, but the author isn't exactly a natural writer and it shows - a more comprehensive spelling and grammar check would have been beneficial. The sheer amount of extraordinary information presented is what keeps it interesting.
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4.0 out of 5 stars not quite finished it yet!!, 5 Nov 2012
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this is an interesting book on a lesser known case in brazil that is potentially one of the most important since roswell. it is fairly poorly written, but after reading alien scalpel it's clear that dr leir isn't a novelist! i think that something really did happen as there are a lot of witnesses and circumstantial evidence and there are a lot more witnesses coming out of the wood work as time progresses, but the problem lies that there isn't really any physical evidence unlike in alien scalpel...who knows, as time goes by maybe some physical evidence will come to light from retired military or the doctors involved?

anyway it's worth a read. there's a kind of charm to it what with the spelling and grammar (peaked instead of piqued-maybe spell check is responsible!).. sort of diy publishing. this stuff needs to get out to as many people as possible. i think that the more mainstream this sort of thing gets the more likely we will get answers from the government or relevant agencies....
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read., 3 Dec 2008
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I would recommend this one, for anyone interested in the X-files'esc genre. It's a fascinating account.
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2.0 out of 5 stars You can judge a book by its cover..., 16 Aug 2010
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If you buy this book, it's because you're interested in the subject of ufo's, not because the cover attracts you to it - which has to be one of the most unprofessional looking covers I have ever seen. The point here is that, the information has to be mined from this book in a toilsome manner because the general writing style of the good doctor Leir is so amateurish and childlike, it makes reading the book a very difficult and frustrating experience. The reason I ordered this book was due to references from other books relating to the fascinating story, which it is, but the book doesn't expand the readers knowledge with a wealth of new information, but rather with passage after passage of mundane and inane description of the most pointless details which serves only to be padding for the book. It could have been less painful to read as a booklet of around 50 pages.
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