(B J Note: This is not just another reference to a UFO book. I was in contact with the authors as they plowed through all the research assembling the book, and they have listed a number of quotes from me about this particular case. I have read only the first chapter of the book, and believe me, it is a well written case file, and certainly worth what they are asking for it.)
If you are not familiar with the case, see my synopsis at Mexico's Roswell: The Chihuahua UFO Crash.
On August 25, 1974, along the Rio Grande River near the Texas border town of Presidio, a thunderous explosion in the sky shattered the stillness of the warm summer night. An unidentified flying disc traveling at 2,000 miles per hour collided with a small airplane heading south from El Paso, Texas. The flaming wreckage of both aircraft fell to the Mexican desert and immediately became the object of an intense recovery effort by military forces from both Mexico and the United States.
This new book reveals, for the first time, the shocking story of that night's historic events, as two governments raced to a remote corner of the Chihuahuan Desert in an effort to recover evidence of a technology from beyond the stars. Mexico's Roswell: The Chihuahua UFO Crash is now available for online purchase ($13.95) from VBW Publishing of College Station, Texas. Click here to purchase your copy today!
Book can also be purchased on line with Amazon.com, Barnes& Noble, Borders Book Store Web site - www.mexicosroswell.com
Meet the Authors: Ruben Uriarte and Noe Torres
A graduate of Cal State University at Hayward with a degree in Psychology and Latin American Studies, Ruben Uriarte has been a member of MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) for over 20 years and is currently state director for Northern California.
Formerly a state coordinator for Crop Circle Phenomena Research International and research director for Beyond Boundaries, a UFO tour company, Ruben is now the liasion between MUFON and its counterpart in Mexico, OMIFO. Ruben has been interviewed about UFOs on many radio and television programs, including the History Channel's UFO Files.
Noe Torres holds a Master's degree in Library Science from the University of Texas at Austin. His first book, published in 2005, was titled Ghost Leagues, and his second book, published in March of 2006, was Baseball's First Mexican-American Star. In addition to his sports-related books, he is working with Ruben Uriarte on a series of UFO-related titles.
"Noe Torres and Ruben Uriarte are to be commended for taking on this tasků I hope that this book will encourage others to come forward." --Stanton T. Friedman, nuclear physicist and original Roswell UFO researcher.
"I love the book! I read the whole book and I really like all of it, especially the first part where you tell the story of the crash and retrieval. The way you tell the story is very exciting, a great read. The prose really moves along and keeps the reader on the edge of her seat. Great job guys! You put in so much work on the story and it shows. I am glad to have been associated with this work; it is a great satisfaction to me." -- Elaine Douglass, MIT graduate and veteran UFO investigator
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