Here’s the Amazon link for those who might want to buy the new edition of Scully’s book, and here’s what Tim Green Beckley (who is republishing the book) has to say about it:
“The CONSPIRACY JOURNAL is very proud to offer this expanded version of perhaps the most seminal book in the history of the unexplained . . . a case that now stands right beside the UFO crash at Roswell, MN for its credibility and veracity. For years the Aztec case was spurned by serious researchers who did not have access to all the information now available on the crash. . . In addition to reprinting the entire, unabridged, text to the rare 50s Scully book (reset in an easy to read, ‘large print,’ large format edition) journalist Sean Casteel has dug deep to provide the reader with an updated account of what really happened outside this isolated desert town near the Four Corners. His up to date research on Aztec includes material supplied by such outstanding researchers as NICK REDFERN — STANTON FRIEDMAN — ART CAMPBELL — SCOTT and SUZANNE RAMSEY.” –Tim Beckley Conspiracy Journal.
Tim continues: “AN IMPORTANT RE-EXAMINATION OF AN HISTORICAL UFO CASE! - - - Were 16 alien bodies recovered from a dome-shaped device that crashed near the town of Aztec, New Mexico circa 1948? . . . Why does the FBI continue to withhold 200 pages of classified material on the case for alleged ‘national security reasons?’ . . . Was the incident covered up with a camouflaged ‘front story’ presided over by con men and scam artists, who were perhaps in the government’s ‘back pocket?’ . . . Did President Eisenhower make contact with aliens around the same time, thus adding weight to this and other UFO crash cases?”
Well, I had my copies of the book arrive in the mail yesterday, and I have to say that regardless of your personal thoughts on Aztex (hoax, real, disinfo op, the list goes on…), this new edition will be a valuable addition to your UFO library.
Not only does it allow you to obtain a brand new edition of a much sought after title (and indeed the first alleged non-fiction book on crashed UFOs - it was published in 1950), but you also get several other things too; including an interview with me about the FBI’s files on Aztec and their files on the key players in the strange saga: Silas Newton and Leo Gebauer.
You also get an interview with Stan Friedman, who offers his opinions on the affair and on the so-called “Farmington Armada”; black-budget ops; and the question of: “Why New Mexico?”
Scott Ramsay is interviewed about his ongoing research (which includes a section on some of his interviewees) and his forthcoming book on Aztec; and Art Campbell speaks about both the case, other reported New Mexico events, and the “Eisenhower met aliens” story of 1954.
So, all in all, if crashed UFOs are your gig, then you’ll definitely want this. And if you’re looking to learn more about the early years of UFOs in general, this is an essential purchase, in a handy, affordable package!