The Day After Roswell
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If it had been marketed as historical fiction, or alternative history, I would have been perfectly happy.
Colonel Corso, a modest and discreet man, became the ultimate insider's insider thanks to his web of significant ties in the Pentagon and military.Publishers Weekly advised, "[Corso's book] is only for the few special libraries that have made documenting the unconventional a collecting priority. he doesn't think disclosure will help humanity or that the government is overstepping some boundary by lying and manipulating its citizens. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.
Birnes, and was published as a tell-all memoir by Pocket Books in 1997, a year before Corso's death. C., and gone to the National Archives and other records to verify the facts of Corso's public service. A breathtaking exposé that reads like a thriller, The Day After Roswell is a stunning depiction of just what happened in Roswell, New Mexico all those years ago and how the effects of this mysterious unidentified aircraft crash are still relevant today.The majority of the book is an account of Colonel Corso's claims that he was assigned to a secret government program that provided some material recovered from crashed spacecraft to private industry (without saying where the items came from) to reverse engineer them for corporate use. com testimony by highly credible witnesses, including former NASA astronauts Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper, a host of retired military and civilian former workers at Area 51/S-4 (including Robert Lazar, Dan Burisch and Bill Uhouse who are well-known throughout the UFO community. Corso was in the military, back in the day when a dedicated and enthusiastic enlisted individual could make a great difference and eventually find himself climbing the ranks of the military brass of very high and privileged levels. So at some point, someone would break silence, and that appears to have been exactly what Colonel Corso did by writing this book. The book claims that various people know of and have seen the vehicle reportedly recovered from the Roswell site, as well as other UFO modes of transport from crash sites or somehow captured.