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P1947: Publications of Note

From: Robert Swiatek <swiman@POP.DN.NET>
Date: Sun, 19 Jul 1998 23:57:29 -0400
Fwd Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 06:04:47 -0400
Subject: P1947: Publications of Note

List members--

It's a long, hot Summer, with no immediate promise of cool
weather, so I thought this a good time to regale you with a few
new (and obscure?) publications you might not have encountered.

They are, in no particular order:

1)  DER UFO-ABSTURZ BEI CORONA by Don Berliner and Stan Friedman
(this is the German edition of CRASH AT CORONA).  It's a
hardcover, 255-page volume published by Jochen Kopp Verlag of
Rottenburg, Germany.  Don't know the price but it looks like it
would go for about $20 here in the States. Typical of European
books (I think), it lacks a dust jacket but has a colorful
illustration of a crashed UFO imprinted on the cover.

2)  ROSWELL:  THE DECLASSIFIED EVIDENCE.  This is a video/book
package I found in a Borders bookstore.  It consists of the Air
Force's ROSWELL REPORT:  CASE CLOSED as well as a 31-minute
video incorporating the four minutes of MOGUL footage the Air
Force released concurrently with last year's report.  It's put
out by One Twenty West, LLC, of Louisville, KY, and distributed
by Declassified Videos Inc. of Sunrise, FL.  Their phone number
is 1-800-523-9663; their URL is <www.TopSecrets.com>.  I paid
$25 for it. The book is interesting in that the publishers saw
fit to include a transcript of the AF's 24 June 1997 press
conference featuring Col. Haynes and Capt. McAndrew.

3)  UNGEBETENE GASTE by Richard Hall (the German edition of
UNINVITED GUESTS).  It, too, is published by Jochen Kopp Verlag
and is a 382-page hardcover volume with no dust jacket but a
cover illustration.  Verlag's telephone no. is:  (07472)9 12 65.
Again, I don't know the price in either dollars or DMs.

4)  CHANCE VOUGHT V-173 AND XF5U-1 FLYING PANCAKES by Art
Schoeni and Tommy Thomason.  This 34-page, stapled, softcover
booklet contains many B & W pictures of manmade flying discs.
It appears to be self-published at an unknown price (I got mine
from Don Berliner several months ago).  The copyright date is
1992.  The publisher seems to be one Steve Ginter of 1754
Warfield Circle, Simi Valley, California 93063.  No phone number
or ordering information is given.  It's worth trying to obtain
this  small volume, however.

I can try to answer any questions; you all know my e-mail
address.

        --Rob Swiatek