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For more than 60 years, FATE magazine has reported on the strange and unexplained. This incredible collection of true accounts from the vaults of FATE includes stories on Roswell, alien agendas, and personal encounters. It features articles by some of the most prominent names in the field, such as Kenneth Arnold, George Adamski, Stanton T. Friedman, John Keel, and Ray Palmer, the founder of FATE.
When Philip Imbrogno collaborated with famed UFO researcher Dr. J. Allen Hynek on Night Siege, Dr. Hynek requested that the more sensational cases of "high strangeness"—claims of contact with not only alien intelligence, but also demons, djinn, and otherdimensional beings—remain unpublished. Hynek thought the reports would detract from the credibility of the entire extraterrestrial investigation field. This book reveals, for the first time, the details of these controversial reports and presents Imbrogno's startling scientific conclusions from his thirty years of research into the alien contact phenomenon.
Ral reveals to West that his clan of dragons will soon die out, because the Golden One, a massive golden dragon that awoke from its thousand year sleep, has begun to hunt them down, devouring their flesh and quenching its thirst with their blood to gain the tiny dragons unique powers.
Ral speaks of a ship that was sent, but never arrived, which was to rescue the tiny dragon clan.
When West and Michelle hear about a UFO crash that many eyewitnesses had seen over the city of Needles, California, they quickly put two and two together.
West and his two friends decide that the only way to save the tiny dragons is to get their ship back and send them home. Believing the UFO to have been taken to a secret military base nearby, West borrows his fathers classic 68 Corvette and they go on a road trip to Area S4, 13.5 miles southwest of Area 51.
This sci-fi/fantasy novel is based on a true UFO crash that took place on May 14, 2008 in Needles, California and can be read in a supplement at the end of this book.
In West's adventures, he and his dog Friendly cleverly save the life of a baby turtle that West names George, and they rescue a baby squirrel they call Nadia. George uses a remote control helicopter to seek revenge on an evil crow and finds a secret pond! Along the way, George learns to understand the critical importance of friendship, family and freedom. The bare essentials of life itself!
While helping West with a book report, the animals discover an old map of Sutherlin in a library book. The map doesn't show the farmhouse, but it does show something even better-B.B.'s Gold Mine! Determined to return the kindness West showed them, George and his pals set out to save the farm!