Two Critical Events in UFO History

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by Larry Holcombe

After completing the manuscript for my new book, The Presidents and UFOs: A secret History from FDR to Obama, and turning it over to my publisher, I realized, with much consternation, that I had overlooked including two very important UFO events in my work. I felt that it was important to list all of the major UFO events that occurred during the administrations from FDR to present, and realizing that I had inadvertently omitted two important events was cause for concern and embarrassment. When I realized my error, editing had reached a point not allowing for such a major inclusion into the work. To say the least I was extremely distressed with my oversight.

The two events, the reported crash of a flying saucer near Aztec, New Mexico, in March, 1948, and the RB-47 encounter of July 17,1957 are very important stories concerning presidents and UFOs.

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Finding Jesus: The Remarkable Story of the James Ossuary

The James Ossuary on display at the Royal Ontario Museum. Image is in the public domain via www.jamestabor.com

Our book, which takes six venerated objects connected to Jesus and looks at them through the lenses of theology, history, and science, really began more than a decade ago, in the chilly January of 2003, when we went to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto to film the “James Ossuary” for our first CNN Presents documentary, “The Mystery of Jesus”.

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Honoring America’s POW/MIA Wives

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by Alvin Townley

Jane Denton knew why the dark sedan had arrived that day in July of 1965. She knew why the navy captain rang her doorbell and why her stomach suddenly knotted: her husband, Jeremiah Denton, had been shot down over North Vietnam. Read more ›

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A Lucky Honor: On Publishing Georg Rauch’s Unlikely Warrior

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by Wesley Adams

What a privilege to have had the chance to acquire and edit the new Farrar Straus Giroux edition of Unlikely Warrior: A Jewish Soldier in Hitler’s Army, Georg Rauch’s memoir of his harrowing experience as a part-Jewish soldier from Austria sent to the Russian front in 1943. Read more ›

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Without Mercy: 2015 SIBA Book Award Nominee

Nominated for the 2015 SIBA Awards

Each year, hundreds of booksellers across the South vote on their favorite books of the year, and this year one of our outstanding authors, David Beasley, is nominated for Without Mercy in the Nonfiction category. Read more ›

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