Friday, May 7, 2010


The Contactees were an unusual, eccentric, but also engaging bunch of characters who claimed face-to-face encounters with eerily human-looking aliens from the 1950s onwards. Were they telling the truth? Were they crazy? Might they have been working for the Government, as part of a secret plan to make the UFO subject look ridiculous? Could some of them have been secretly spying for Russia? These are just a few of the questions asked, and answered in Contactees.

The publisher's page on Contactees is just a click away!

And as the publisher - New Page Books - We are not alone...and Nick Redfern can prove it.

Contactees contains the fascinating stories of the select group of people chosen by visitors to Earth to spread their message. Are aliens really among us? Don’t be too quick to dismiss their claims.Truman Bethurum was divorced by his wife because she believed he was having close encounters of a very personal kind with a beautiful extraterrestrial “space captain” named Aura Rhanes. Is he nuts? Prescient? An omen?

A band of eerily human-looking, blond-haired aliens—later known as the Space-Brothers—informed other contactees that they were concerned by our warlike ways and wished us to live in peace with one another. Acting on the advice of the Space-Brothers, contactees such as George Van Tassel and George Adamski went out and spread the extraterrestrial word to anyone and everyone who would listen. And many did, including U.S. government agencies.

More than half a century later, the contactees are still among us, still telling their tales of personal alien encounters, and still maintaining their cult-like status in the world of UFOlogy. Nick Redfern’s Contactees relates their thought-provoking, lluminating, controversial, and sometimes bizarre stories in all their appropriately out-of-this-world glory.

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