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Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings the Hudson Valley UFO Sightings

Night Siege The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings the Hudson Valley UFO Sightings There is no way you can determine if the truth is out there unless someone reveals it Now you can discover the truth that will rip open the entire UFO phenomenon when you read Night Siege by Dr J All

  • Title: Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings the Hudson Valley UFO Sightings
  • Author: J. Allen Hynek Philip J. Imbrogno Bob Pratt
  • ISBN: 9781567183627
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • There is no way you can determine if the truth is out there unless someone reveals it Now you can discover the truth that will rip open the entire UFO phenomenon, when you read Night Siege by Dr J Allen Hynek, Philip J Imbrogno, and Bob Pratt The late Dr Hynek was a famous astrologer who was a consultant to the Air Force s Project Blue Book UFO investigation anThere is no way you can determine if the truth is out there unless someone reveals it Now you can discover the truth that will rip open the entire UFO phenomenon, when you read Night Siege by Dr J Allen Hynek, Philip J Imbrogno, and Bob Pratt The late Dr Hynek was a famous astrologer who was a consultant to the Air Force s Project Blue Book UFO investigation and later had a cameo in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind He began the research that was continued by science educator Imbrogno and journalist Pratt What they uncovered was that thousands of people have been seeing strange objects in the sky and sometimes even contacting strange beings in the Hudson Valley just north of New York City Seven thousand reported sightings Witnesses from all walks of life Reports from strangers corroborate what others saw A huge object that hovers and floats through the sky almost silently Encounters with entities who looked like they had gray skin or were reptilian Physical evidence that something strange took place The first edition of Night Siege is widely known as a classic in the UFO field for its in depth reporting It has now been updated to cover the latest sightings and close encounters The book features sixteen photos, including one of a UFO taken by a law enforcement official To this day, the military, the media, and scientists have remained silent about the Hudson Valley phenomenon If you want to find out the amazing secrets of UFOs just minutes from New York City, you must get Night Siege.

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    1 thought on “Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings the Hudson Valley UFO Sightings

    1. I guess I was a bit thrown by the title - expecting a bit more high drama. This book, and I have read many on this subject - is more of a well documented scientific report rather than the collection of anecdotal verbal accounts I was expecting. It was put together well, but does come off repetitive. Still, being an accurate account of these strange events, it has no other choice. Worth the read if you're a diehard UFO buff. If just curious about the subject , I would recommend others.

    2. Dr. J. Allen Hynek was a noted scientist used by the US Air Force to de-bunk the "ufo myth". However, a funny thing happened on the way to the Project Blue Book Report: Dr. Hynek had to dissent from the majority insistence on dismissing the evidence of UFO sightings by credible witnesses like…the Air Force's own pilots. After the publication of the Condon Report Dr. Hynek spoke openly about the roughly 30% of UFO reports that could not be explained as misperception of planets, comets, stars or [...]

    3. My parents observed UFOs during this time period, reading about more witnesses talking of the same craft is exceptionally amazing. Good read for someone who has had this experience. You are not alone in it. I have observed UFO activity a couple times in my life as well but after this wave of sightings.

    4. This is not a fun book. If you want fun books about unidentified flying objects, they are easy to find. Many have much more outrageous stories to tell than one will ever hear from J. Allen Hynek. Many of them are better writers than he and his colleagues. But if you want the facts, just the facts, without fanfare, understated if anything, then check out Hynek's publications in the field.Hynek's old house is just a few blocks from mine, near Lake Michigan. A local friend who went to school in the [...]

    5. I can't remember when I read this anymore. A month ago? Two months ago? Don't know how I managed not to add it, and really don't know how it dawned on me, today, that, "Hey, did I ever add that one?"Anyway, tedious as hell. Okay, I think it's cool to have all these stories from different walks of life about the Hudson Valley UFO thing, but after about the third one, it seemed like the only real difference from story to story was the occupation of the witness.On one hand, it's great that here are [...]

    6. I loved this book. I grew up in Brewster NY and as a young lad I remember this rash of sightings. It was quite enjoyable reading about events which took place minutes from my home.

    7. Wish I'd known about them at the time they were happening-- I would have whipped over there to see if I could spot them myself.

    8. The book’s straightforward “just the fact ma’am” style is refreshing in a field clouded with bended facts and wild assumptions. If there is any understanding of this phenomena to be found then the research method provided here can serve as a useful foundational template going forward. Since the book was written in a manner that lends itself to further analysis of the facts I couldn’t help but come up with the following observations and thoughts from the source material: Interaction w/o [...]

    9. If you're interested in UFOs, and especially if you have any connection to the Westchester County, NY area, this book is a great compilation of sightings from the mid-1980s until the mid-1990s. However, it reads more like a series of newspaper clippings and research paper excerpts rather than a formal book. It is a very factually-based compilation of observations and reports of those who witnessed the UFO phenomenon during that time.

    10. Tedious collection of anecdotal evidence.I would like to take a look at the updated version, but it is not in the local library system.

    11. Scientific and fastidious yet unexciting and passive. Informative but ultimately just not that compellinglyWritten

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