THE ROSWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA
Kevin Randle Ph.D
The most comprehensive and clear-sighted examination so far of America's most controversial and well-known UFO Sighting -- arranged in an easy-to-reference A-to-Z format.
Author Kevin D. Randle is a most respected researcher of UFOs and is the author of Scientific UFOlogy and Project Moondust. His latest foray into the realm of alien history is THE ROSWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA (Quill, an imprint of HarperCollins; September 1, 2000; $15.00 U.S.) -- a complete guide to the most famous of all alien sightings. Including biographies of the important players, definitions of commonly used UFO terminology, descriptions of government research and cover-ups, and important locations, THE ROSWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA is cross-indexed with numerous black and white illustrations.
The incident at Roswell has been the topic of discussion, conspiracy theory, film, writing, and television for the last fifty years. Just about the only unidentifiable fact in the 1947 case is that debris of some kind was found in Mac Brazel's cornfield. Numerous eye-witnesses, experts, and government officials have been involved in the mythology surroundin the event, but now one of the best-known and most respected names in "UFOlogy" sifts through and evaluates the mountain of evidence to provide the best analysis of the event in an easy to access A-to-Z guide.
The book is an riveting expose of events that have intrigued the American public and the world for half a century. Well-informed and well-researched, THE ROSWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA presents various reports with a straight-forward style that is easy to understand for laymen and experts alike. Meant for use as a reference guide or a stand alone, this book provides an extensive account of the incident at Roswell while allowing the reader to draw their own conclusions.
About the Author
Kevin D. Randle, Ph.d, Captain, U.S.A.F.R., is considered to be the foremost expert on the Roswell incident. A captain in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, he holds a doctorate in psychology and is the author of four previous books about UFO sighting. He lives in Marion, IA.