eBook UFOs: a Report on Australian Encounters download
by Keith Basterfield
Author: Keith Basterfield
Publisher: New Holland Publishers Pty Ltd (AUS); 2nd edition (February 1, 1999)
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Catalogue of Australian Photographic UFO Reports. Keith Basterfield, author of UFOs: the Image Hypothesis, investigated the Mundrabilla incident, and has recently provided an Australian perspective on UFO abductions. Early Australia Historical Encounters. One of the most intriguing aspects of the UFO phenomenon is the photographic evidence which has been put forward for its existence. Here in Australia we have had a wealth of photographs, films and videos put forward over the years. Bill Chalker, UFOIC (1997). A selection of early Australian UFO reports has been included here.
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