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Alien Abduction report
The UFO Reports
The origin of these reports is somewhat of a mystery. Who wrote them? Where (if anywhere) were they published? How did they end up in a collection of 'free-to-publish' reports? Can they be believed?
of the Worlds
This is the novel that started it all.... The
first famous tale of aliens and UFOs, and how they nearly
conquered the Earth. Read it here:
"No one would have believed in the last years of the
nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly
and closely by intelligences greater than man's and yet as
mortal as his own......"
This Blue Ball
A small number of years ago, a hacker, Phissure, came
across what he thought was undeniable evidence of the
existence of aliens -- extraterrestrial intelligence. In
an effort to publicize this discovery, Phissure
established a website and founded a society with some
dozen of his closest associates, a group which he
officially dubbed the Society for this Blue Ball in a
Big Black Void.
Within six months of its publication,
a series of mind-boggling coincidences removed every
society member from the surface of this blue ball. The
website disappeared shortly after the untimely death of
Craig Phissure, may he rest in peace.
Now Gary Corinth is about to uncover the secrets of
this obscure group.... at his peril...
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