ENCOUNTERS IN THE DESERT: The Case for Alien Contact at Socorro Book
The UFO landing at Socorro, New Mexico, has been wrapped in controversy almost
from the moment that police officer Lonnie Zamora watched a craft descend and
land. Zamora saw alien beings near the craft and a symbol on its side but was
told that he shouldn't mention either. Randle mentions here--for the first
time--exactly what Zamora saw in that arroyo in 1964 and what an examination of
the landing revealed to investigators.
Socorro wasn't a stand-alone case. Other sightings, some of them nearly
as spectacular as Zamora's, were reported at the time. A study of the Air Force
investigation of this case reveals an effort, at first, to learn the truth that
mutated into a clever attempt to hide the information from the public.
6X9 P/B, 288 pp.