Had copies of my new book, Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind, arrive yesterday afternoon. The official publication date is June 23; however, you can pre-order it at Amazon right now.
And here's the publicity info for the book (which is published by New Page Books):
Everyone has heard of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. But what about close encounters of the fatal kind? The field of UFOs is rife with unsettling examples of suspicious deaths. Accounts of accidents that might not have been accidents after all, abound. Researchers and witnesses have vanished, never to be seen again. Conveniently timed heart attacks are reported.
Out-of-the-blue suicides that, upon investigation, bear the distinct hallmarks of murder, are all too common. And grisly deaths at the hands of both extraterrestrials and government agents have occurred.
Highlights of Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind include:
- The strange saga of the incredible melting man.
- The UFO-related death of the first U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal.
- The mysterious disappearances of military pilots and their connection to UFOs.
- The connections between national security and the sudden deaths of UFO investigators.
In this book, there's some eyebrow-raising innuendo about John Fuller, but it does not appear to be detailed or documented in any way. Is that story coming in a future work? (I seem to recall you suggesting that on RRR's blog recently.)ReplyDelete
I am intrigued. I just finished reading Incident at Exeter and it seems that experience (Fuller reports seeing an object himself) got him quite emotionally invested in the paranormal and government conspiracy. If there's a documented backstory to all that, I await it eagerly!
What we know for sure (I have the documentation on this now) is that as far back as the 1950s, John Fuller was in touch with people allied to the MKUltra program. I have internal documents (FOIA) on all this now. And, as I note in the book, Fuller wrote an entire book on the "French incident" that has since been labelled by many as an early MKUltra-type op. Far more to come on all this...