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It gives you the impression that especially the word 'the' was extremely expensive, as it is omitted countless times.
Flying Saucerers is a great book. Its subject is not flying saucers (or UFOs) but the people who see, report or study them and the people who write about them. The authors give many facts which may disappoint you at first glance, but that doesn't mean you can ignore them. Just a few: 1) People who report UFOs are not necessarily people who see them. It gives you the impression that especially the word 'the' was extremely expensive, as it is omitted countless times. Verbs are lost or appear twice (which may result in a fair average).
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Flying Saucerers: A social history of UFOlogy (with Andy Roberts). Loughborough: Heart of Albion Press, 2007. The Angel of Mons: Phantom Soldiers and Ghostly Guardians. London: John Wiley, 2004. The study of folklore is centrally and crucially important 'in our attempts to understand our own behaviour and that of our fellow human beings' according to one scholarly definition.
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Andy Roberts redresses the balance in this book – revised and expanded . Moving on from psychotherapeutic and military uses, Roberts's book soon.
Andy Roberts redresses the balance in this book – revised and expanded since its first appearance in 2008 – in which the focus is on Britain as a "major crucible of LSD culture". In fact his story is so British that trippers include Sean Connery and Frankie Howerd, both of whom took the drug in LSD therapy. Just as the early history of LSD in America was bound up with the CIA, so Britain too had secret-state experimentation. Moving on from psychotherapeutic and military uses, Roberts's book soon blossoms into a rich exploration of British counter-culture in the 60s, when, in the words of Barry Miles, "the King's Road led straight to Glastonbury.
David Clarke and Andy Roberts carefully unpick the origin of these beliefs, looking carefully at the key individuals involved. Instead it is both a social history and a history of ideas, revealing how the notions of a few inspired 'experts' evolved into prevailing modern day myths.
David Clarke and Andy Roberts carefully unpick the origin of these beliefs, looking carefully at the key individuals involved. This reveals how the paranoia of the Cold War era generated its own myths and also shows that many aspects of the subsequent 'New Age' ideology had their origins in the UFO cults. Flying Saucerers is not written for people who believe in UFOs. David Clarke is a British university lecturer.
The Flying Saucerers: A Social History of UFOlogy; Clarke, David and Roberts, Andy; Alternative Albion 2007. Desmond Leslie: Obituary; The Telegraph 20 March 2001.
Clarke's work on the MoD’s UFO files and other archival material on unusual phenomena have been published in a series of books including Out of the Shadows: UFOs, the Establishment and the official cover-up (with Andy Roberts, 2002); Flying Saucerers: a social history of UFOlogy (with Andy Roberts, 2006); The UFO Files: The Inside Story o.
The first book about UFOs as we know them was The Flying Saucer, a 1948 novel .
The first book about UFOs as we know them was The Flying Saucer, a 1948 novel by British former spy Bernard Newman. Clarke and Roberts work from interviews and official documentation detailing everything from genuine aerial mysteries during the second world war (investigated for the RAF by the Goon Show's Michael Bentine) to the cold war follies of 1980's Rendlesham Forest incident.