One of my favorites, the first (1967) edition of Ivan T. Sanderson's Uninvited Visitors and with a 3-D cover. Pretty good condition, too!
Over the years I've taken a lot of interest in all the various files the FBI have declassified and placed on their website, The Vault. Here's a few recently uploaded files:
And, the FBI's full file on racist occultist William Dudley Pelley. The file makes it very clear about his scummy, nutty, dangerous belief systems. It runs to more than 700 pages and is in 2 PDF files.
Of all the copies/photocopies of what has become known as "The Marilyn Monroe UFO document," this one, in the picture above, is the earliest one that surfaced into the public domain in 1994 - and that I now hold.
This is the bad condition, yellow, faded, torn one, that was handed over to me years ago.
It shows the "bleed"-through of the typewriter keys on the back.
Anything else is a second or third (or fourth or fifth, photocopy) of the one that began to appear in the 1990s.
Yesterday George Knapp interviewed me about my new book, Diary of Secrets: UFO Conspiracies & the Mysterious Death of Marilyn Monroe.
The interview is a lengthy one and you can find it here.
Sad news: if you go to the annual Mothman Festival you will know of Susan Sheppard, writer, lecturer and researcher. Sadly, Susan has passed away. She was a great person and will be missed by all who knew her. Terrible news. Rest in peace, Susan.
Just ordered a copy of this new book from Adam Gorightly: Saucers, Spooks and Kooks. Looks very good! Here's the theme of the book from the publisher:
"From flying saucer crashes to underground alien bases, a number of modern mythologies have come into being since the advent of the UFO era in the 1940s. But how much of these myths is real, versus being the invention of either government agencies or deluded conspiracy theorists? Saucers, Spooks and Kooks provides an eye-opening survey of the history behind these stories, and the individuals promoting them."