Men in Black: Personal Stories & Eerie Adventures

Men in Black Personal Stories Eerie Adventures Nick Redfern s new and third book on the Men in Black is filled with the very latest revelations on the sinister and deadly MIB Never before seen witness testimony combines with papers from some of

  • Title: Men in Black: Personal Stories & Eerie Adventures
  • Author: Nick Redfern
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nick Redfern s new, and third, book on the Men in Black is filled with the very latest revelations on the sinister and deadly MIB Never before seen witness testimony combines with papers from some of the leading figures in UFO and paranormal themed research to provide an outstanding look at this creepy and disturbing phenomenon Men in Black Personal Stories EerieNick Redfern s new, and third, book on the Men in Black is filled with the very latest revelations on the sinister and deadly MIB Never before seen witness testimony combines with papers from some of the leading figures in UFO and paranormal themed research to provide an outstanding look at this creepy and disturbing phenomenon Men in Black Personal Stories Eerie Adventures takes the reader on a mysterious, macabre, and menacing journey into the world of the dark suited silencers It s a journey that encompasses tales of UFO conspiracies, government agents, strange and bizarre monsters, the occult, demonology, and psychic attack.

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    • PatrickWalker says:

      At best ok. Not a very interesting topic. Also, the book was almost entirely eye-witness reports, thus making a narrative non-existent. This made the book appear to be more "slapped together" than actually written.

    • Jonny says:

      When reading books like these where the author is merely acting as an editor to supply the stories, I try not to judge it on the storys' validities. It's pretty standard that you'll get a mix: some that are genuinely interesting and others that are just off the wall crazy. Reading the crazy is at least entertaining so it has a point of being in the book.The problems that I do have with this book are more along the lines of (a) how the stories were edited and (b) how some stories really didn't fi [...]

    • Tania Poole says:

      Not so interesting as his Real Men In Black book, but then, this book is all about strange sightings written by people who have seen them. A few kooky characters in them, whose experience appears to be nonsense, but as I wasn't there, I cannot really be judgemental. I prefer not to be skeptical when I don't really know the entire context of the situation.Nick, who I know personally, gets a wide arrangement of accounts sent to him, so why not compile them into a quick book, easy to publish. I bou [...]

    • John says:

      Nick Redfern has done some incredible work on the subject of the notorious Men In Black in recent years and this is the result of feedback from that work; first person accounts of dealings with these mysterious entities.The MIB are a subject that fascinates me and have for years. I tend to lean toward the fact that they're some kind of government agents but all sides of the speculation are presented here. It's oddly disturbing stuff and I will admit to some restless nights that I'm sure where in [...]

    • Art says:

      Stories of mysterious men dressed in black suits, driving black cars, acting strangely and sometimes seeking to intimidate paranormal investigators or UFO witnesses go back decades. Redfern presents many eerie stories of supposed MIB encounters. Who are the MIB? Government agents, wannabe agents, aliens, demonic entities, or something else? There is no definitive answer to the question. It also may depend on the particular witness encounter. A creepy, fun read.

    • Jennifer Oberg says:

      InterestingSome of the folks contributing their "experiences" in this book are a bit out there even for me. But the questionable ones are nicely balanced out by some very sane voices that present reasonable reactions to what is admittedly some pretty crazy stuff. All in all a great read if this sort of thing piques your interest.

    • Bethwareham says:

      I loved this collection of personal experiences with men in black and black-eyed children along with the assorted UFO sightings. Are these dreams? Why are they all the same with slight variations no matter who has them and what culture they are in? I'm hooked on this weird UFO stuff.

    • Travis Stacey Watson says:

      Not as good as his previous Men in Black bookOne word for this book: uneven. While many of the stories and essays were interesting, there were also quite a number that seemed only tangentially related to the MIB phenomenon.

    • Stanley G Dau says:

      A nice compilation of MIB stories.Straight up MIB stories make no sense, which is why they are so interesting to read. Redfern always puts out a good book and this is no exception.

    • Trevor Owen says:

      Good book, I have to say I am biased because one of my own personal stories is recounted here in Nicks book. "I was to be visited by strange men in the dead of night".

    • Micky Ahart says:

      MehIt's a book of peoples experiences. You could get the same from Fate magazine reader's submissions. Nothing insightful. Not terrible but not that interesting.

    • Patricia says:

      This is a great book. Nick has so many wonderful stories told by people who have been through them. A very interesting book!

    • Joanie says:

      I enjoyed the first hand accounts. If you enjoy reading about UFOs, then this is worth your time.

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