How to Contact Space People
- Narrated by: Jack Chekijian
- Length: 3 hrs and 53 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-12-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: New Saucerian
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By Teresa on 03-06-15
Interesting and Good
How to Contact Space People was quite an interesting listen. It was from Ted Owens own writings. This was an older publication which allows a person to view the thoughts and writings of someone who believed they were being contacted by space people. I thought it was very neat.
This was a short audiobook but a fun listen and I would recommend it for anyone interested in the unknown.
Jack Chekijian does an outstanding job narrating this book and I always enjoy his work.
Audiobook gifted in exchange for unbiased review.
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By ola on 01-07-16
i dont belive a word
What disappointed you about How to Contact Space People?
while the writer tried his best to state the facts he believed in ,i couldn't help but to wonder about the HUGE gapes of reasons , like :
1-how can the space people be very advanced in technology ,yet soooo afraid of our simple technology
2-those space people have a lot of free time , dont they have better things to do rather than listening to one man ask them to do ?
3-all they did was going around in their spaceship to be seen , and "made natural disasters " cant they just land and say HI ?? or at least do something useful , like helping around ? since they are kind of good as the writer said .
there are other points but those are just examples
Would you ever listen to anything by Ted Owens again?
i dont think so
What about Jack Chekijian’s performance did you like?
he delivered the book in a very calm and reasonable way which made the book sounds better and helped me to complete it
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
mostly curiosity , i wondered about a lot of things but mostly his mental state (no offense to the writer) but i think i detected three different types of delusion .
and the fact that he worked as "hypnotic" could reflect some suggestibility on his part
Any additional comments?
i hope i didn't offend anyone with this review
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