ALLENDE LETTERS AND THE CASE FOR THE UFO
Morris J. Jessup Did the publication of this rare manuscript cause famed astronomer Dr. Morris K. Jessup to commit suicide? Or was he murdered because of what he knew? Jessups first book, The Case for the UFO had tended to alienate him from his colleagues. It was a paperback edition of this volume published in 1955 that enmeshed Jessup in one of the most bizarre mysteries in UFO history. An annotated reprint of the paperback was laboriously typed out on offset stencils and printed in a very small run by a Garland, Texas, manufacturing company with military ties. Each page was run through the small office duplicator twice, once with blank ink for the regular text of the book, then once again with red ink, the latter reproducing the mysterious annotations by three men, who may have been gypsies, hoaxers, or space people living among humankind. A reprint quickly became legend. This is a once-in-a-lifetime reprint of the Case For The UFO with all the rare notes exactly as presented by these strangers. This manuscript was the first to hint at the Philadelphia Experiment, Time Travel, and other scientific oddities. 8 1/2 X 11, 190 pp.