An Illustrated History of UFOs (Hardcover)
A deep dive into the world of Ufology--the study and search for extraterrestrial life--with a fun, informative, humorous look at the history of this strange world of conspiracy.
Throughout history people have witnessed a dizzying show of mysterious lights in the sky. Whether they are the devices of alien interlopers or more mundane weather phenomena, they have spawned a legacy of government inquiries, secretive societies, and countless dedicated investigators. We call them "Unidentified Flying Objects," and they have claimed a prominent position in popular culture, enduring in part thanks to the legacy of researchers and persistently peculiar mysteries.
About the Author
Adam grew up in an exceptionally green part of the Yorkshire Dales in England, and studied BA Illustration at Leeds Arts University. He is currently a freelance illustrator, doing jobs for national museum exhibits, educational publications and historic businesses. He is greatly influenced by film and television as well as books, from authors such as Agatha Christie to Isaac Asimov.
“The author always manages to take us into space thanks to the most incredible science fiction theses and then back to earth by telling us the other side of the coin, the more rational one.”
—Edizioni EL, Publishing house in Sicily, Italy