UFO’s: Suspicious & Mysterious Murders – Nick Redfern

08-18-14

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UFO’s: Suspicious Deaths & Mysterious Murders
Nick Redfern

The field of UFOs is rife with unsettling examples of suspicious deaths. Chilling accounts of mysterious deaths, strange disappearances, and violent threats have haunted the UFO field since the 1960s. Accounts of accidents that might not have been accidents after all, abound. Researchers and witnesses have vanished, never to be seen again. Conveniently timed heart attacks are reported.  Nick Redfern reports on what he calls Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind.

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About Nick Redfern

Nick Redfern writes regularly for the newsstand publications UFO Magazine; Paranormal Magazine; and Fortean Times. He has also written for the British based Daily Express and People newspapers; Military Illustrated; and Fate; and worked for a year as coeditor of the mystery-based magazine Phenomena. He writes a regular, weekly column called Lair of the Beasts for the popular on ‐line website, mania.com; and maintains a large number of blogs to promote his books and research.

His titles include the following: Contactees; Memoirs of a Monster Hunter; A Covert Agenda; Strange Secrets; Three Men Seeking Monsters; The FBI Files; Celebrity Secrets; Cosmic Crashes; There’s Something in the Woods ; Science Fiction Secrets; On the Trail of the Saucer Spies; Body Snatchers in the Desert; and Man-Monkey.

He has appeared on many televisions shows, including the Sci-Fi Channel ʹ s productions Proof Positive and UFO Invasion at Rendlesham; the History Channel ʹ s UFO Hunters; the BBC ʹ s Out of This World series; Countdown with Keith Olbermann; and Fields of Fear – a production made for Canada ʹ s Space Channel. Nick Redfern has searched for lake-monsters at Loch Ness; blood-sucking vampires in Puerto Rico ʹ s El Yunque rain-forest; Bigfoot in the woods of the Pacific Northwest; aliens in the mountains of Mexico; and ghosts in the heart of Texas.

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