New Saucerian Press proudly presents “Flying Saucer Fire and Fury: Aliens in the White House and Other Top-Secret Tales of Ufology – The Best of Gray Barker’s Newsletter” – one of the last books ever written by the iconic ufologist, publisher, and bestselling author, Gray Barker, whose writing influenced the plotlines of shows like Star Trek, Futurama, The X-Files, Twin Peaks, The Outer Limits, The Jetsons, Lost in Space, and The Twilight Zone.
Shuttling between his Manhattan publishing office and his secluded cabin deep in the hills of his home state of West Virginia, the prolific Barker single-handedly kept public interest focused on UFOs during it leanest years, and introduced many themes still discussed and investigated by today’s paranormal and conspiracy researchers: the Roswell UFO Crash, Men in Black, Ancient Aliens, Nazi UFOs, the Philadelphia Experiment, the Flatwoods Monster, Mothman, MJ-12, secret underground bases, little green men, and the Maury Island Incident.
“Flying Saucer Fire and Fury” and its sister books, “Serpents of Fire,” “Saucers of Fear,” “Saucers of Fire,” “Bigfoot Shootout!,” “Forget About Flying Saucers,” and “Time-Traveling Through Swamp Gas” were assembled by Barker shortly before his death, using material culled from deteriorating copies of his notoriously speculative newsletters and gossipy syndicated column – for years the most widely read national column on UFOs, Forteana, and “weird science.”
This unique edition of “Flying Saucer Fire and Fury” features a special introduction by Valiant Thor (the “Stranger at the Pentagon”), as well as reports from Barker and his field investigators, who – in true newsletter style – shed urgent, much-needed light on riddles such as: UFO abductions, missing time, manmade saucers, “alien” babies, the Hollow Earth, Hitler’s escape, the JFK assassination, President Eisenhower’s meeting with ETs, brainwashing, and surveillance.
“The truth is out there and in here…” –Randy Quaid
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“Probably the best UFO reporter ever…” –Leonard Nimoy