UFOs, JFK, and Elvis

  • by Richard Belzer
  • Narrated by Richard Belzer
  • 5 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Conspiracy buff or not, who can resist a book that blows the lid off some of our time's most controversial issues? For example, if astronauts, pilots, and nearly every culture since time immemorial believe UFOs exists, why does the U.S. government deny it? And just how could the President of the United States die of a frontal would inflicted by a sniper shooting from behind? Legendary stand-up comedian and Homicide: Life on the Street star Richard Belzer decided it was time for straight answers, and he dug deep enough to get them. If you're looking for the truth, it's in here.


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Great Audiobook.

This is a fun listen. I really liked it. Richard Belzer is dry, and has a very subtle sense of humor, but it works. He presents some very interesting points in an amusing way. Conspiracy buffs will love it, and fans of sarcastic humor will appreciate the way he spears the JFK issues and UFO research. I recommend it.
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- Patrick Weldon

Lone gunmen, beware!

Belz hit a home run with this book. Do you think Oswald was a patsy? That the moon landing was filmed on a sound stage in Hollywood? That the men in black have paid you a visit? This is the book for you. As a fan of Richard Belzer's standup work, and later his character on SVU, I was tickled to see this book in the audible "stacks". It doesn't disappoint.

Belzer's delightfully acerbic, and surprisingly compelling, paranoia shines here. Whether talking about the Kennedy assasination (which he devotes more than half of the book to) or the cover-up of alien encounters, Belz injects each argument with enough common sense, humor and (partially) plausible evidence to make the book both engaging and thought-provoking.

I listened to this poolside during a recent vacation and it made an excellent diversion. If you're looking for Anna Karenina, this won't be the book for you. On the other hand, if you enjoyed the x-files, have an open mind, and think Oliver Stone may have been on to something, pick this one up.
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- Dramacat

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-1999
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books