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Publisher's Summary

The Aztec UFO Incident - the first ever widely publicized report of a recovered flying saucer - was derided as a hoax for decades. But now the Ramseys and Frank Thayer reveal the exact spot where the craft landed and show how the 100-foot-diameter saucer was moved to a secret laboratory. Witnesses to the incident who were interviewed by the authors affirm that they were sworn to secrecy by the military. The authors also reveal the names of scientists who worked on the craft after its recovery. Also discussed are previously unseen documents from the CIA, FBI, US Air Force, and US Army that constituted a cover-up whose sole purpose was to surround the Aztec story with a smokescreen of lies, misinformation, and destructive allegations. Roswell is no longer the only proven flying saucer recovery we know about. The Aztec UFO Incident is a must-listen for historians and UFO students alike.
©2016 Scott Ramsey, Suzanne Ramsey, and Frank Thayer (P)2016 Tantor
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"This is a fascinating and carefully done exposé well worth reading." (Stanton T. Friedman, author of Flying Saucers and Science)
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5 out of 5 stars
By jebidia24 on 07-25-16

Hard research only, with little speculation.

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The Ramseys and Dr. Thayer did impressive research for their book. Their work is completely hard data from mostly first person sources and various records with very little speculation (which sometimes hurts work in this category). Some areas where they openly disagree with "debunkers" can be a little judgemental. Most of the information is correct but one area where they refer to the Army's CID as "Counter Intelligence Division" is incorrect. The Army's CID is Criminal Investigation Division, which is like the Army's internal FBI. Although given the context the CID would still be the investigating group. That one mistake I believe to be the only one in the book and it doesn't hurt the credibility very much. Despite this, I still think this is a worthy read for any serious UFO or anonymous phenomenon reader or researcher.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Ross Shurtliff on 03-23-16


is it safe to just say the same thing over and over again you summed it up in about 4 hours I struggled with it with an audio book

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