These are the true facts behind the US government's silence on UFO landings, contacts, and its collaboration with an extraterrestrial individual.
Dr. Frank Stranges was born and educated in Brooklyn, New York. He received his Bachelors of Divinity, as well as PhD's in Psychology and Philosophy, from Faith Theological Seminary in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Stranges was a member of the Mayor's Advisory Council of Los Angeles, and a member of the American Association for Social Psychology. He also held a PhD from the National Institute of Criminology, in Washington, D.C., and was an accredited Diplomat of the American Academy of Professional Arts.
Dr. Stranges authored several books on scientific and religious subjects, including his classic The Stranger at the Pentagon, which tells the unusual story of a spaceman named Valiant Thor. Because Thor was a real person, who appeared in public on a few occasions (including at the United Nations headquarters in New York City), the legend of the stranger at the Pentagon has grown, becoming a real head-scratcher for 21st-century UFO researchers. Today, it is still one of the hottest topics in ufology, having spawned various other books, documentaries, and even feature Hollywood films.
What exactly happened to Valiant Thor? Did he get back on his spaceship and return to his home planet, or did he help the US government set up alien-human hybrid experimentation in remote underground bases? Or was he imprisoned - thrown in the clink - by those in the government who have been fighting UFO disclosure all these years?
Since no one knows how long an alien can live, could Valiant Thor still be alive today, in 2016, somewhere in - or under - our nation's capital?
This special reissue - an exact copy of the original book - features an actual introduction by Valiant Thor himself. A must-have for the serious paranormal researcher.
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