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On July 8, 1947, the U.S. Army stated that the remains of a flying disk had been recovered from a ranch near Corona, New Mexico. Now, this book exposes the government's successful 40-year conspiracy to conceal the truth behind Americ's most documented UFO encounter. On July 8, 1947, the U.S. Army stated that the remains of a flying disk had been recovered from a ranch near Corona, New Mexico. Now, this book exposes the government's successful 40-year conspiracy to conceal the truth behind Americ's most documented UFO encounter.


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On July 8, 1947, the U.S. Army stated that the remains of a flying disk had been recovered from a ranch near Corona, New Mexico. Now, this book exposes the government's successful 40-year conspiracy to conceal the truth behind Americ's most documented UFO encounter. On July 8, 1947, the U.S. Army stated that the remains of a flying disk had been recovered from a ranch near Corona, New Mexico. Now, this book exposes the government's successful 40-year conspiracy to conceal the truth behind Americ's most documented UFO encounter.

30 review for Crash at Corona: The U.S. Military Retrieval and Cover-Up of a UFO

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steve Rochford

    I have wanted to read Stanton Friedman for years. Some regard him as the patriarch of UFOlogy. I almost met him once. I'd signed up for a "paranormal convention" at LA Convention Center, but it cancelled months before it ran. I was to see his famous presentation "Flying Saucers are real!" The book itself contains much information. It is debatable if each piece can be recognized as a fact, it really depends on one's own personality. What I believe is remarkably haunting is the presence and cohesiv I have wanted to read Stanton Friedman for years. Some regard him as the patriarch of UFOlogy. I almost met him once. I'd signed up for a "paranormal convention" at LA Convention Center, but it cancelled months before it ran. I was to see his famous presentation "Flying Saucers are real!" The book itself contains much information. It is debatable if each piece can be recognized as a fact, it really depends on one's own personality. What I believe is remarkably haunting is the presence and cohesiveness of many of them. One could say it is unlikely for an event such as a UFO crash to occur, but after reading the book, I can say that it is unlikely for so much to occur surrounding an event for that event to not happened in some like fashion. One annoying aspect of the book is that it keeps repeating the time line over and over. Sometimes stating the same information more than once. The authors will use this method to elaborate on different aspects of the incidents. I can not say I could come up with a better way, but the frequency in which it happens seems unnecessary. One can not attempt to understand what Roswell was all about without reading this book. What do I believe? I believe in an open mind. I believe skepticism is useful but can also be stifling. I believe that by looking at the details and trying to fit them together as one would a puzzle, you can find interesting things you would not normally be able to. At the very least, the subject of UFO's is one of many puzzle pieces. Who knows what it may amount to when assembled properly?

  2. 5 out of 5

    David Elkin

    The mythos of Roswell has been hashed over for the last 30 years now. Stan is one of the most respected UFO authors in America. His book is a straight forward, no nonsense look at the alleged Crash, the alleged cover up and what it might mean to the human race. I sometimes find the question of skeptics tiresome as they refuse to believe anything that fogs up their world view. I don't know what happened but here is some thoughts. Historically events do not re-occur on a daily basis. It is possible t The mythos of Roswell has been hashed over for the last 30 years now. Stan is one of the most respected UFO authors in America. His book is a straight forward, no nonsense look at the alleged Crash, the alleged cover up and what it might mean to the human race. I sometimes find the question of skeptics tiresome as they refuse to believe anything that fogs up their world view. I don't know what happened but here is some thoughts. Historically events do not re-occur on a daily basis. It is possible that an event happened, was discovered, was covered up and we moved on. IT does not mean that you can produce a flying saucer on demand. Is it an ET event. I don't know. It could be dimensional, it could be a robotic probe, it could be a misinterpretation of the what occurred. What the sure hell it wasn't was a weather balloon. I guess we can figure that the government sometimes isn't 100% transparent or truthful. Read it for your self and then decide. No Tin Foil Hats need apply

  3. 5 out of 5

    Clayton

    If you're looking for the best book on the Roswell cover-up, this is it. The Roswell story is complicated, complex, circuitous, tangled, and all together maddening; but Don Berliner manages to tell the story in a compelling narrative that builds on recently uncovered documents and first hand accounts. I loved this book and I, um, well, I've read a lot of UFO books. If you're looking for the best book on the Roswell cover-up, this is it. The Roswell story is complicated, complex, circuitous, tangled, and all together maddening; but Don Berliner manages to tell the story in a compelling narrative that builds on recently uncovered documents and first hand accounts. I loved this book and I, um, well, I've read a lot of UFO books.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ronwetsel

    Interesting story told from eyewitness accounts, A good read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Loved it. Absolutely fascinating. Very good details, quite unbiased I thought, and interesting conclusions. Kept my attention riveted, a good continuance of my Roswell trip!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Devendra Dave

    Excellent read. Though this is outdated now.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nik

    Stanton Friedman is no arm chair researcher. Once again he did a great job of thoroughly investigating the roswell related ufo crash.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Elliott

    This is all made up unfortunately, but it's still really fun to read. It seems that after all of the FOI requests made over the years and prying out of DoD documents and so on that the UFO phenomenon was nothing more than a Cold War disinformation plan developed and seeded out to willing listeners as an excellent cover for advanced weaponry. After all what better way to win the war of hearts and minds than to slip information out which would eventually filter its way over to the enemy (the USSR) This is all made up unfortunately, but it's still really fun to read. It seems that after all of the FOI requests made over the years and prying out of DoD documents and so on that the UFO phenomenon was nothing more than a Cold War disinformation plan developed and seeded out to willing listeners as an excellent cover for advanced weaponry. After all what better way to win the war of hearts and minds than to slip information out which would eventually filter its way over to the enemy (the USSR) that not only did the United States have such advanced technology as to be completely untouchable in that realm but that this technology was not even of this world, inspiring the Soviets to make diligent-albeit wasted-research into an extraterrestrial presence on earth. The irony of this book in particular is that Stanton T. Friedman was very likely complicit in the forgery of documents seen in the appendices. It is thus while I really enjoyed the book as a piece of literature-science fiction even-I can't award the book a higher rating than one star because it's not intended to be a fictional source.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Benjamin Briggs

    This is a really interesting and entertaining read. It probably helps a bit if you're already interested in the subject but for people that like a good conspiracy it is an eye opener. It didn't feel too biased to me and even if the event isn't genuinely real it suggests some real things that should be considered and makes you think about the whole alien/UFO thing seriously. Good read even for an older book. This is a really interesting and entertaining read. It probably helps a bit if you're already interested in the subject but for people that like a good conspiracy it is an eye opener. It didn't feel too biased to me and even if the event isn't genuinely real it suggests some real things that should be considered and makes you think about the whole alien/UFO thing seriously. Good read even for an older book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ghostleegirl

    I actually really enjoyed reading this book. I have been reading a lot about UFO's and I always enjoy reading Stanton Friedman's view. It was really well written and had a lot of information that I hadn't read previously. I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the subject and especially if you wonder what did happen at Roswell all those years ago. I actually really enjoyed reading this book. I have been reading a lot about UFO's and I always enjoy reading Stanton Friedman's view. It was really well written and had a lot of information that I hadn't read previously. I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the subject and especially if you wonder what did happen at Roswell all those years ago.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    What more is there to want? It is a pleasurable book to read. Does it provide history? I don't know. I'm not going to do independent research to confirm or refute the claims in the book. It is convincing within the narrative of the book. What more is there to want? It is a pleasurable book to read. Does it provide history? I don't know. I'm not going to do independent research to confirm or refute the claims in the book. It is convincing within the narrative of the book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Kirchner

    Super interesting if not verifiable, and coherent until the implications chapter. Then it kind of went off the rails.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Keith Lovell

    Nothing I haven't already heard. Nothing I haven't already heard.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Read1000books

    Friedman is a nuclear physicist. Either he's been exposed to too much radiation or he's on to something. You read it and decide. Friedman is a nuclear physicist. Either he's been exposed to too much radiation or he's on to something. You read it and decide.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shaun McNamara

    For my money, the definitive book on the Roswell UFO incident. I won’t say its the 'last word' on the subject because the debate on this case will probably rage on for decades... highly recommended. For my money, the definitive book on the Roswell UFO incident. I won’t say its the 'last word' on the subject because the debate on this case will probably rage on for decades... highly recommended.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Blonefuse

    Loved it. Well researched, solidly argued case for what really happened in 1947 at Roswell (or more accurately, Corona!). If you're a UFO enthusiast, this book is a must-read... Loved it. Well researched, solidly argued case for what really happened in 1947 at Roswell (or more accurately, Corona!). If you're a UFO enthusiast, this book is a must-read...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    Not a bad book. It’s a little “dated” though...

  18. 5 out of 5

    John Valentine

    Pretty good. One of the 1st books that got me interested in this subject. 👽

  19. 5 out of 5

    John Gulczynski

    Ok, but too repetitive Book does explain how the authors uncovered and investigated the Roswell incident, but it’s too repetitive with other information that makes it a boring read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lolo

  21. 4 out of 5

    Apple

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Karl

  24. 5 out of 5

    Michael C. Rzasa

  25. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Matter

  26. 5 out of 5

    Gregory W Tuve

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jean T Torres

  28. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gina

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Z

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