|A UFO DIGEST BOOK REVIEWNew UFO sightings being reported across tri-state
by Kyle Lovern
Reviewed by Keith Davis
Posted: 12:50 March 7, 2009
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Mingo County UFOlogist and book author Kyle Lovern has been getting an astonishing number of "fresh phone calls" from witnesses documenting entirely new cases of unidentified flying objects and alien findings since the November release of his first book, Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters and Unexplained Phenomena.
New UFO sightings being reported across tri-state
"Since my first paperback was released, UFO eyewitnesses from all over the tri-state area have kept my phone ringing! Just last week I interviewed a man in Logan County who had a fascinating story to tell about an unidentified object hovering over the Pecks Mill region," Lovern said.
He says that convincing stories of saucer sightings are being documented nearly daily, so much so that a second volume—a much larger undertaking—is currently in the works. "Many who have contacted me have gone on the record to share their bizarre and plausible experiences."
The author says that he believes ordinary citizens are now more willing than ever to come forward, now that his book has garnered a great deal of national attention, and since television shows like "UFO Hunter" and "UFO Files" have become popular. "These new believable reports from local eyewitnesses describe multi-colored flying saucers, green alien space-creatures and other colorful incidences that make the whole topic even more credible," Lovern added. "In a way, the number of new accounts is not surprising due to the size of this world-wide phenomenon."
It's been said that the state of West Virginia has a long history of unexplained happenings and bizarre sightings of unidentified flying objects. Among these have been high profile incidents such as the famed Braxton County Monster occurrence, the legendary Mothman sightings and the infamous Men in Black investigators that have garnered international attention to the Appalachian Mountains.
Now a new book examines a number of fresh UFO sightings and alien phenomena. The new book, entitled, Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters and Unexplained Phenomena, is now available. The book, authored by Mingo County resident and UFO enthusiast Kyle Lovern, documents sixteen UFO accounts and encounters that have taken place in various counties in West Virginia.
"Over the last few years, the author has interviewed many citizens who have experienced strange UFO incidents and other encounters," said Keith Davis, a spokesperson for the independent book publishing firm. "Lovern's in-depth interviews are sometimes eerie and scary, and the interviewees offer a great number of details about UFOs and the unexplained."
There are UFO and extraterrestrial accounts from Logan, Wayne, Mingo, Putnam, Kanawha and other counties. There is also an exclusive interview with internationally known physicist and UFOlogist Stanton Friedman. Friedman, often seen on Larry King Live and on UFO Hunters, first received his degrees in physics from the University of Chicago, in 1955 and 1956, and embarked on a fascinating journey that has since impacted conventional wisdom and history. He spent fourteen years as a respected nuclear physicist for several of the world’s most significant firms. Since the late 1960s, Friedman’s career took on even broader dimensions. He has since taught and lectured at more than seven hundred colleges and universities on a particular topic: "Flying Saucers ARE Real!" As the preeminent researcher and theorist of UFO cases, Friedman has published more than eighty UFO-related scientific papers. Due to his exhaustive research, and society’s growing interest in the subject, he's appeared on many radio and television programs.
He added that the Mountain State has a long history of unexplained happenings and bizarre sightings of unidentified flying objects. Among these strange occurrences have been high profile incidents such as the famed Braxton County Monster tale, the Mothman sightings and the infamous Men in Black investigators that have garnered international attention to the region.
His current book, entitled, Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters and Unexplained Phenomena, documents sixteen UFO accounts and unusual face-to-face encounters that have taken place in various counties in West Virginia. UFO and extraterrestrial accounts are recorded in the volume from Logan, Wayne, Mingo, Putnam, Cabell, Kanawha and other counties in the state.
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