The Outsider’s Guide to UFOs

Volume 1: Mystery and Science

by James T. Abbott



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/5/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 370
ISBN : 9781480854550
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 370
ISBN : 9781480854567
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 370
ISBN : 9781480854574

About the Book

What exactly is impossible in this universe? The Outsider’s Guide to UFOs is for anyone for whom “the UFO thing” is enduringly fascinating but bafflingly complex. It cuts out all the smoke and mirrors and focuses on core questions like what are UFOs, how long have they been around, and are they hoaxes, figments of the imagination, or real?

Author James Abbott is a highly experienced researcher who has spent years studying this timeless debate as an outsider. With no vested interests, he presents all sides of the story without fear or favour. Read about
• 40 of the most important UFO cases
• 9 official projects and reports on the subject
• 13 fascinatingly strange UFO characteristics
• 20 possible explanations for UFOs
• the very best photo and video evidence

The Outsider’s Guide to UFOs explains why there may be up to 3,000 totally inexplicable UFO sightings every year around the world. It also discusses four mind-blowing theories about UFOs, clarifies the background, simplifies the main questions, and presents evidence and counter-evidence about the mysterious things we see in the sky. More importantly, it recommends straightforward action to settle the UFO question once and for all.

About the Author

Following a short scholarship to Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, he completed a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Economics at the University of York and later researched a Master’s thesis at the University of Cambridge on global trade in the aerospace industry.
His career has encompassed time in the aerospace sector, in marketing, in education, and in commercial research. He’s written and contributed to around a dozen academic books, and countless lengthy reports. His greatest professional love is research; having the view that there aren’t that many jobs in which you get paid for having fun, but that’s what research is like.
So why UFOs of all things? The answer is a long one, but it boils down to this: Like almost everyone else, the author gets hooked by a good mystery, and UFOs are perhaps the greatest mystery of all; one which is in desperate need of being properly investigated.
He lives with his wife in Yorkshire, England, where rabbits are the only alien menace. Or so he believes!
UFOs may or may not be of this Earth and time, but the huge job of trying to nail them down is incredibly fascinating.