UFO Digest Book Review: The NASA Conspiracies
By Kyla J. Glaser, ESQ
The race to space began in 1957, when Russia launched Sputnik 1 and had great success. Because America didn’t want to lose the race, we established NASA.
Later, we were the first to put a man on the moon - or did we really do that? NickRedfern’s new book The NASA Conspiracies answers this question and many others.
The book includes:
1) Moon walk,
2) Crash at Rowell,
3) The Kecksburg Crash,
4) Our Cosmic Brothers,
5) Alien Abduction and Alien contactees,
6) Possible faces on Mars,
8) Alien epidemics and mass illness,
9) UFOs over Bolivia and Western Europe (especially Spain and Portugal,
10) Nasa practices for incoming photos and accounts and
11) Hackers accessing NASA computers.
This book makes an excellent resource for those who are new to Ufology. Clever layout used by Nick allows one to open the book and read any chapter ; I.e. the chapters stand separate and alone because the book is non-linear.
Each chapter includes sections 1) Background and facts, 2) Classified information and 3) Top Secret facts. At only 207 pages, it reads fast. One of the best features of the book is that each chapter tells the complete story of a topic. This allows the reader to pick up the book and start reading, even if they haven’t read any of the preceding chapters.
For the most part, the book was fun reading. However, I was a little disappointed because it seemed like some of topics within were glossed over and I would’ve love to seen more information. This is a great book for the newby. For this reason, I give the book 4 STARS!
For more information or to purchase this book simply click on its title: The NASA Conspiracies: The Truth Behind the Moon Landings, Censored Photos , and The Face on Mars