* Note: in my view there is no such thing as a nuts and bolts “alien
UFO” that has ever come to Earth at any point whatsoever.
Besides simple misidentification, “the phenomenon” is of
a completely different nature.

My favorite by far is “Encounters with Star People” and the sequel,
“Sky People: Untold Stories of Alien Encounters in Mesoamerica”.

Both are excellent; and both have stories about non-material orbs
turning into both “aliens” and large “UFOs”, which is really hard to
come by in any UFO book. I emailed the author.. she’s really nice.

After that, anything by Jacques Vallee. Last year he came to my
house for dinner and we chatted about a lot of different things
involving all the usual subjects. He’s perhaps the only person
on Earth that I respect everything he has to say on such subjects.

It was a wonderful experience, and he’s a wonderful human
being.. a one of a kind in the world.

Afther that, the rare book:
“Ufos Psychic Close Encounters: The Electromagnetic Indictment”
by Albert Budden.

Finally:
“The Trickster and the Paranormal” by George Hansen.

And that pretty much wraps up my list of books I consider worth
reading on the subject.

Oh sure John Keel is fun to read, but I believe he was a bit more
entertainer than journalist and researcher. But still fun to read.

Kevin Pretty Bear