The Day After Roswell, by William J. Birnes, Philip J. Corso

oceanwriter's review

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informative slow-paced


I’m fascinated with Roswell theories. Though the one I’ve latched onto the most doesn’t involve aliens, I still like hearing the extraterrestrial takes. 

This book is a detailed account of Philip Corso’s alleged encounter with the aftermath of the Roswell incident including documents and alien bodies. The story spans a surprising length of time and also discusses other UFO related situations around that time.

Do I believe the information presented? Parts of it. I like to keep my opinions objective. Some of what was said seems a little out there for me. However, what I struggled with was how many different subjects the book trialed off to. It was more about UFOs in general.

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adventurous challenging informative mysterious reflective tense slow-paced