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Fantastic Universe Science Fiction. May 1957. Vol. 7., No 5, Bond, Nelson et al.
1 Bond, Nelson et al. Fantastic Universe Science Fiction. May 1957. Vol. 7., No 5
New York King-Size Publications 1957 no Wraps Good 
Color illustrated wraps by Virgil Finlay. Digest sized. 128 pp. A single issue of this science fiction magazine, featuring fiction by Nelson Bond, among others, and the reoccurring feature by Civilian Saucer Intelligence, 'Shapes in the Sky,' discussing UFO related topics. GOOD condition. Faint dampstain to the front cover. Minor fading and edgewear. Some foxing to the rear cover. Minor creasing and soiling. Small notation in black pencil on the front cover. Interior clean and solid with minor toning to the interior. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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2 Broichsitter, Robert An Appeal for the unmasking of the Greatest Criminal World of All Times!! Regarding a secret World Conspiracy, the reasons behind World Wars and the brutal murder of mankind!!
Flensburg, Germany Published By the Author 1965 no Unbound Good 
Reproduced typed piece, stapled at the upper left corner. A 5 page manifesto, translated into English, with an English language cover letter, all written by Robert Broichsitter. This piece alleges a worldwide conspiracy that covers up the causes for nuclear war and World Wars, asserting that the Bible predicted the various wars, incendiary and nuclear bombs, etc. At the root of all this, the author sees a secret race of aliens who use mind control to perpetuate mass illusions of reality. This letter appeals to the University and to the scientists, suggesting the best solution to this problem would be to ally all nations of the world and form a world government. GOOD condition. General browning, a fold crease and other minor creases and wrinkles present, with moderate curling along the corners and edges. Minor soiling. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 Colavito, Jason The Cult of Alien Gods: H.P. Lovecraft And Extraterrestrial Pop Culture
Amherst, NY Prometheus Books 2005 1591023521 / 9781591023524 Trade Paperback Very Good 
398 pp. With a small section of illustrations. A study of the theory that aliens visited ancient Earth and perhaps genetically engineered humankind, as proposed in fictional works by H.P. Lovecraft. This work surveys his writings and its influence on this theory, occultists, and UFO cults. VERY GOOD condition. Minor edgewear. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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4 Fuller, John G. Incident at Exeter: The Story of Unidentified Flying Objects over America Today
New York G.P. Putnam's Sons 1966 no First Edition Cloth Good No Jacket 
First edition. Black cloth. No jacket. 251 pp. An account of UFO sightings in the Exeter and seacoast region of New Hampshire in 1965, providing many firsthand accounts of objects seen by a variety of witnesses, including police officer, and the author himself, while researching the book. GOOD condition. Heavy fading, some scuffing, minor soiling and a small spot of staining to the upper front corner. Owner's signature present. Small tape burn to the inside front cover. Minor scattered soiling in the interior. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. January-February 1968, Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors
5 Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. January-February 1968
Tucson, AZ Aerial Phenomena Research Organization 1968 no Wraps Good 
Side folded newsletter, approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches. 8 pp. With a few illustrations. An issue of this newsletter devoted to news and research into UFOs and UFO sightings. This includes sightings in Canada, Redlands, California, Yugoslavia etc. Founded in 1952, the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization sponsored research into UFO and other unexplained aerial phenomena, using field investigators, including scientists and other researchers. The organization disbanded in 1988. GOOD condition. Faint horizontal fold crease present, with creasing at the corners. Four binder hole punches along the spine 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. July-August 1968, Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors
6 Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. July-August 1968
Tucson, AZ Aerial Phenomena Research Organization 1968 no Wraps Good 
Side folded newsletter, approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches. 8 pp. With a few illustrations. An issue of this newsletter devoted to news and research into UFOs and UFO sightings. This includes sightings in France, Brazil, Sweden, Pennsylvania, Argentina, etc. Founded in 1952, the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization sponsored research into UFO and other unexplained aerial phenomena, using field investigators, including scientists and other researchers. The organization disbanded in 1988. GOOD condition. Four hole punches along the spine. A few minor tears present. Light toning. Faint horizontal fold crease present. 
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The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. March-April 1968., Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors
7 Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. March-April 1968.
Tucson, AZ Aerial Phenomena Research Organization 1968 no Wraps Good 
Side folded newsletter, approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches. 8 pp. With a few illustrations. An issue of this newsletter devoted to news and research into UFOs and UFO sightings. This includes discussions of a boy being burned by an object in Ohio, remains of a crashed UFO in Columbia, sightings in Texas, Venezuela, Ontario, Australia, etc. Founded in 1952, the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization sponsored research into UFO and other unexplained aerial phenomena, using field investigators, including scientists and other researchers. The organization disbanded in 1988. GOOD condition. Four hole punches along the spine edge. Some toning. Faint horizontal fold crease present, with creasing at the corners. 
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The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. November-December 1967, Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various Authors
8 Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various Authors The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. November-December 1967
Tucson, AZ Aerial Phenomena Research Organization 1967 no Wraps Good 
Side folded newsletter, approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches. 8 pp. With a few illustrations. An issue of this newsletter devoted to news and research into UFOs and UFO sightings. This includes discussions rise in UFO landings, sightings in Nebraska, Brazil, Canada, Australia, Connecticut, etc. Founded in 1952, the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization sponsored research into UFO and other unexplained aerial phenomena, using field investigators, including scientists and other researchers. The organization disbanded in 1988. GOOD condition. Four hole punches along the spine edge. Some toning. Faint horizontal fold crease present, with creasing at the corners. 
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The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. May-June 1968, Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors.
9 Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors. The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. May-June 1968
Tucson, AZ Aerial Phenomena Research Organization 1968 no Wraps Good 
Side folded newsletter, approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches. 8 pp. With a few illustrations. An issue of this newsletter devoted to news and research into UFOs and UFO sightings. This includes sightings in Boulder Colorado, Pennsylvania, Washington, Sweden, etc. Founded in 1952, the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization sponsored research into UFO and other unexplained aerial phenomena, using field investigators, including scientists and other researchers. The organization disbanded in 1988. GOOD condition. Four hole punches along the spine edge. Some toning. Faint horizontal fold crease present, with creasing at the corners. Dog ear crease to the first page. 
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10 Lorenzen, Coral E. (editor). Various authors. The A.P.R.O. Bulletin. May-June 1969
Tucson, AZ Aerial Phenomena Research Organization 1969 no Wraps Good 
Side folded newsletter, approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches. 8 pp. With a few illustrations. An issue of this newsletter devoted to news and research into UFOs and UFO sightings. This includes sightings in South Dakota, Wisconsin, Norway, Vietnam, Alaska, Canada etc. Founded in 1952, the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization sponsored research into UFO and other unexplained aerial phenomena, using field investigators, including scientists and other researchers. The organization disbanded in 1988. GOOD condition. Some toning. Faint horizontal fold crease present, with creasing at the corners. 
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11 Miller, Max B. (editor). Various Authors Saucers. Vol. III No. 3. September 1955
Los Angeles Flying Saucers International 1955 no Pamphlet Good 
Side stapled pamphlet, with a photo of UFOs on the front page. 16pp. A single issue of this magazine devoted to UFO's, flying saucers and extraterrestrials. This issue contains articles on the first World Interplanetary Assembly, breaking the three-dimensional web, a fireball or saucer sighting in Alaska, etc. GOOD condition. Small area of darkish staining at the upper front corner, with minor dampstaining in the same area. Minor browning. Date in ink at the upper left corner, with initials in ink on the lower rear corner. Interior clean and solid. Light rusting along the staples. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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12 Miller, Max B. (editor). Various Authors Saucers. Vol. IV No. 1. March 1956
Los Angeles Flying Saucers International 1956 no Pamphlet Good 
Side stapled pamphlet, with a photo of cloud formation in the shape of a UFO on the front page. 16pp. A single issue of this magazine devoted to UFO's, flying saucers and extraterrestrials. This issue contains articles on attempted communications with alien intelligence, reporting the results, including mysterious happenings. Also included is an article on the Project Magnet, a study of UFOs by the Canadian government, as well as commentary on Air Force statements on UFOs, a report of a UFO encounter in an aircraft and brief reports of UFO sightings across the United States. GOOD condition. Minor browning, with light rusting to the staples. Date in ink at the upper left corner, with initials in ink on the lower rear corner. Interior clean and solid. 
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13 Miller, Max B. (editor). Various Authors Saucers. Vol. IV No. 1. March 1956
Los Angeles Flying Saucers International 1956 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled pamphlet, with a photo of cloud formation in the shape of a UFO on the front page. 16pp. A single issue of this magazine devoted to UFO's, flying saucers and extraterrestrials. This issue contains articles on attempted communications with alien intelligence, reporting the results, including mysterious happenings. Also included is an article on the Project Magnet, a study of UFOs by the Canadian government, as well as commentary on Air Force statements on UFOs, a report of a UFO encounter in an aircraft and brief reports of UFO sightings across the United States. VERY GOOD condition. Minor browning and edgewear. Interior clean and solid. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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14 Miller, Max B. (editor). Various Authors Saucers. Vol. VI No. 1. Spring 1958
Los Angeles Flying Saucers International 1958 no Wraps Good 
Side stapled pamphlet, with a photo of a flying saucer taken from a Brazilian Navy survey ship near Trinidad Island on the front page. 16pp. With a few photos and illustrations within. A single issue of this magazine devoted to UFO's, flying saucers and extraterrestrials. This issue contains articles on a person's sighting and photographing of a UFO, the sighting of a UFO by a logging crews, a short piece questioning the disappearance of a film of a UFO sighting and brief reports of UFO sightings across the United States. GOOD condition. Small, dark dampstain at the upper edge. Date in ink at the upper left corner, with initials in ink on the lower rear corner. Minor browning to the piece. 
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15 Miller, Max B. (editor). Various Authors Saucers. Vol. VI No. 1. Spring 1958
Los Angeles Flying Saucers International 1958 no Wraps Very Good 
Side stapled pamphlet, with a photo of a flying saucer taken from a Brazilian Navy survey ship near Trinidad Island on the front page. 16pp. With a few photos and illustrations within. A single issue of this magazine devoted to UFO's, flying saucers and extraterrestrials. This issue contains articles on a person's sighting and photographing of a UFO, the sighting of a UFO by a logging crews, a short piece questioning the disappearance of a film of a UFO sighting and brief reports of UFO sightings across the United States. VERY GOOD condition. Minor browning and edgewear. Interior clean and solid. 
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). Saucer News. June 1964. Volume 11, Number 2., Moseley, James W. (editor).
16 Moseley, James W. (editor). ). Saucer News. June 1964. Volume 11, Number 2.
Fort Lee, New Jersey, U.S.A. S.A.U.C.E.R.S, presumed publisher. 1964 no Wraps Good 
Side stapled paper, 8 b 11 inches. 20 pp. A single issue of this newsletter devoted to news on flying saucers, UFOs and alien encounters. This issue with a piece 'Twenty Minutes of Terror,' by Jeanne Stevens; 'The Electromagnetic Effects of Flying Saucers, Part 3' by John J. Robinson; 'Flying Saucers and the United Nations,' etc. With short news briefs on UFOs and Fortean items.. Saucer News served as the official publication for the S.A.U.C.E.R.S organization, founded by James Moseley. Moseley was a well-known lecturer on UFOs and flying saucers, debunking most alien claims, while at the same time seeking to find UFO sightings that did perhaps indicate an extraterrestrial source. GOOD condition. Moderate browning. A few tiny spots of stains. Minor curling along the extremities. 
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17 Moseley, James W. (editor). Saucer News. Non-Scheduled Newsletter #16. May 15th, 1963
Fort Lee, New Jersey, U.S.A. S.A.U.C.E.R.S, presumed Publisher 1963 no Unbound Good 
A single sheet, printed on one side only. A newsletter issued between issues of Saucer News, this discussing a visit between James Moseley and Gray Barker, the former publisher of the Saucerian Bulletin. Moseley describes Barker as being very nervous and pale, and referring to the 'Silence Group.' Saucer News served as the official publication for the S.A.U.C.E.R.S organization, founded by James Moseley. Moseley was a well-known lecturer on UFOs and flying saucers, debunking most alien claims, while at the same time seeking to find UFO sightings that did perhaps indicate an extraterrestrial source. GOOD condition. Heavy browning along the extremities. Minor wrinkling. Horizontal fold creases present. Small faint stain near the lower left corner. 
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Saucer News. Non-Scheduled Newsletter #18. October 10, 1963, Moseley, James W. (editor).
18 Moseley, James W. (editor). Saucer News. Non-Scheduled Newsletter #18. October 10, 1963
Fort Lee, New Jersey, U.S.A. S.A.U.C.E.R.S, presumed Publisher 1963 no Unbound Good 
A single sheet, printed on both sides. A newsletter issued between issues of Saucer News, this asking and discussing the topic 'Are Spacemen Living among us?'. This discusses the interactions between Moseley and a man named Alexander, as well as an encounter between Alexander and a UFO researcher George Marlo. Saucer News served as the official publication for the S.A.U.C.E.R.S organization, founded by James Moseley. Moseley was a well-known lecturer on UFOs and flying saucers, debunking most alien claims, while at the same time seeking to find UFO sightings that did perhaps indicate an extraterrestrial source. GOOD condition. Heavy browning along the extremities. Minor wrinkling. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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19 Moseley, James W. (editor). Saucer News. Non-Scheduled Newsletter #19. November 1st, 1963.
Fort Lee S.A.U.C.E.R.S, presumed Publisher 1963 no Unbound Good 
A single page, printed on one side only. A newsletter issued between issues of Saucer News, this addressing the an interview with saucer contactee Howard Menger. Saucer News served as the official publication for the S.A.U.C.E.R.S organization, founded by James Moseley. Moseley was a well-known lecturer on UFOs and flying saucers, debunking most alien claims, while at the same time seeking to find UFO sightings that did perhaps indicate an extraterrestrial source. GOOD condition. Some browning along the extremities. Minor wrinkling and creasing. Horizontal fold crease present. 
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Saucer News. Non-Scheduled Newsletter #9. September 20, 1958., Moseley, James W. (editor).
20 Moseley, James W. (editor). Saucer News. Non-Scheduled Newsletter #9. September 20, 1958.
Fort Lee, New Jersey, U.S.A. S.A.U.C.E.R.S, presumed Publisher 1958 no Wraps Good 
2 photomechanically reproduced typed pages, stapled at the upper left corner. Printed on single sides only. A newsletter issued between issues of Saucer News, this primarily addressing the hoax letters ascribed to Richard Ogden, with a shorter section discussing the dismissal of two employees of Donald Keyhoe. Saucer News served as the official publication for the S.A.U.C.E.R.S organization, founded by James Moseley. Moseley was a well-known lecturer on UFOs and flying saucers, debunking most alien claims, while at the same time seeking to find UFO sightings that did perhaps indicate an extraterrestrial source. GOOD condition. Heavy browning along the extremities. Minor wrinkling. 
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