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Ufology A Primer In Audio Volume 2 & A Surprise

From: Wendy Connors <fadeddiscs.nul>
Date: Weds, 03 Jan 2007 11:00:11 +0000
Fwd Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2007 11:29:28 -0500
Subject: Ufology A Primer In Audio Volume 2 & A Surprise


Greetings to the Listarians and Lurkers,

A New Year and something special. Read the whole post please.

The newest compilation in the Audio History of Ufology
Preservation Project has been completed and is now available to
researchers.

Ufology: A Primer in Audio 1964 - 1967, Second Edition, Volume
2, contains 29 Tracks with a Total Running Time of 24+ Hours.
Volume 1 is still available too.

These audio files in MP3 format allow the researcher to listen
at their computer while working or can be download to an Mp3
music player. On the disc is a guide to the recordings, which
can be printed out.

Your donation keeps the project going. What you get is the half
of Ufology you never got to hear from the proverbial horse's
mouth.

If you haven't started your audio reference collection, you
should. There are not as many available as you might think. For
those who try to obtain the Loren Gross UFO History series, know
of what I speak.

Here is a one time offer to tempt you into trying the Primer
Series. Donate for both Volumes and you'll receive a bonus disc
of the March, 2000 interview of Lt. Walter Haut. Yeah, that's
the one you've all been drooling to hear. Serious research.
Period.

I will not sell copies of this interview. You need to order the
Primer series to get a free copy. Running time is almost 47
minutes and in CD Audio format. You can donate at this link:

www.fadeddiscs.com


Thank you for listening and supporting The Audio History
Project,

Wendy Connors
www.fadeddiscs.com





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