"The Greys Have Been Framed: Exploitation in the UFO Community" explores the ways deception, sensationalism and questionable ethics characterize the UFO genre and distort public perception of the UFO phenomenon. Activities of credulous investigators of alleged alien abduction are considered, as are the roles of intelligence agencies in the theatrics, including thought provocative relationships and similarities between the UFO and intelligence communities. With interviews and insights from James Carrion, Leah Haley, Dr. Tyler Kokjohn, Simone Mendez, Carol Rainey, Emma Woods and others, "The Greys Have Been Framed" takes readers through the exploitation of ufology as perpetrated by charlatans, intelligence officials and researchers harboring unclear motives. The circumstances, existing from the very outset of the modern day UFO phenomenon, prove relevant no matter what personal opinion one may hold on the mystery of UFOs and their alleged occupants.
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Betrayed and forced out of the military five years ago, Tom Evans is a mercenary, just one more disillusioned soul oppressed by an overly powerful British government so fearful of terrorist attacks that the freedom of their people has long since been sacrificed.Desperate to forget his past as an assassin in an elite European military unit, Evans has become an isolated and desolate figure, consumed by his work. Offered lucrative employment by a British terrorist organisation fighting for a return to democracy, what begins as an ambitious mission to capture incriminating evidence rapidly spirals out of control, forcing Evans onto the run in London. As the bodycount rises and the net tightens around him, Evans discovers he is caught up in an audacious military coup that could destroy the lives of millions of people across Europe unless he can find a way to stop it...
The National Gallery's collection of paintings by 16th-century Netherlandish artists includes Joachim Beuckelaer, Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Jean Gossart, and Quinten Massys. In this catalogue, they are grouped with a small number of French paintings, some by artists who came from the Low Countries (Corneille de Lyon, probably Jean Hey, and perhaps the Master of Saint Giles).