- Paperback: 488 pages
- Publisher: AuthorHouse (14 May 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1403368740
- ISBN-13: 978-1403368744
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.1 x 22.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 493,810 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Millennial Hospitality Paperback – 14 May 2003
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About the Author
Charles Hall served in the USAF in the mid '60s, here in the states, as well as in Vietnam. His real life experiences while serving as a weather observer provided the background material for this book.
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In all 3 books of the Trilogy, I feel the author is telling the story exactly as it is. The previous reviewer makes no comment on the possible significance of the story, but comments only on the style.
If this story is confirmed, then it is of fundamental importance in our understanding of the motivations of the major powers in dealing with (and witholding evidence of?) ETs. I find it of great significance that most of the major revelations of recent years have come not from starry-eyed truth-seekers, but have instead originated from ex-military personnel who got involved from duty rather than choice.
Read all three books, and form your own opinion!
By adopting the pseudonym "Charlie Baker" and writing in the third person the author gets round the legal issue of claiming the account to be literally true, and there may be good reasons for this. However, the author implies that the written account is factual and in interviews claims this long, complex and detailed story about the Tall Whites and their interactions with senior USAF generals to be true.
"Charlie Baker" sets off neoprene weather balloons in the remote mountain/desert locations and interacts with both tall white alien adults and minors. The aliens come to trust him and insist that if the USAF must do this weather-balloon work at these specific locations, Charlie must be the man who does it and he must work there alone. An agreement is reached about this.
The details about the aliens are interesting, and so quirky and specific that they do somehow have the ring of truth about them. They are family-oriented and have close family bonds, similar to us in appearance but much thinner and more delicate in frame; their skin is paper-thin and almost literally white; their normal lifespan is approximately ten times that of humans but if injured, they take up to ten times as long to heal. They are partly telepathic but have an oral language too which sounds like the squarking of a meadowlark, but a few of them did over time learn English and could be understood by the author.Read more ›
Having an interest in most things of a supernatural and paranormal nature I came across Charles Hall's presentation on Youtube about his experiences of interacting with the "Tall Whites" whilst working in the USAF in the 1960s. In the hour long presentation, Hall came across as quite a jovial and believable character which compelled me to purchase this first book in the Millennial Hospitality series, after all, I do believe there must be other life in the Universe.
The fact he calls himself Charles Baker in the books might be because he knows this is a work of fiction pretending to be real so he doesn't want to mix in too many facts, probably the same reason why Indian Springs becomes Mojave Wells etc.
To be critical, the book is very lumbering and laborious to read, it could have been 200 pages less and told the same story. I expected it to be an impossible to put down book that just had you turning page after page long after your body should have given in to it's sleep demands, however, this wasn't really the case in my experience. If it really is fiction then he could have spiced it up a whole lot more.
His wife triumphantly exclaimed that she and her daughter edited the book in one interview I watched on YT, but having read the book she shouldn't be so quick with her self-praise.Read more ›
Although normally I'm a patient reader I struggled through the first 100 pages and put the book away. Only because a friend recommended it did I come that far. This probably worthwhile story could have been much, much shorter. Where was that editor Mr. Hall so badly needed?
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I really don't understand what the author is trying to say here. Full of "Gee...you're the bravest soldier that ever wore a uniform"...."wow.. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carla Whelan
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I could not finish the book ... dragging... The idea was good but the way was written killed the story..,Published 17 months ago by margareta
Really disappointed with this book. It's not very well written & like the title says... Totally unbelievable! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Adrian Shepherd
A very enjoyable read. It makes you wonder if our recent history, as we know it - Isn't the truth at all?Published 18 months ago by Angie