The Flying Saucers are Real
by Donald Keyhoe
Number of pages: 173
In a personal, no-nonsense style, Keyhoe provides the details of his investigation; he talks with witnesses and reviews the fascinating history of the phenomenon. The book was highly influential, and gave birth to a mythology that has lasted to the present.
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