Nick Redfern, (Paraview-Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, 2005)
Reviewed by Michael S. Heiser, Ph.D.
In last month’s newsletter I directed readers to links for Nick Redfern’s important articles on his very human explanation of the Roswell event. I also included Stanton Friedman’s review of Nick’s book. My interest, of course, was due primarily to the fact that Nick’s view was essentially the same as I put forth four years ago in The Façade—that the bodies connected with the Roswell event were human unfortunates used by the "sanitized Nazis" crawling through the corridors of our nation’s defense and aerospace industries. As promised, I have now read Nick’s book for myself and offer this review. In the course of sharing my thoughts, I think it’s important to interact with Stanton Friedman’s review. Stanton’s stature and expertise in this area are unquestioned. However, I believe that his dismissal of Nick’s position is hardly on firm footing, being built on inconsistent reasoning and deflecting attention away from the most salient details. Since he is the top researcher on this issue, and since he did write a review of Redfern’s book, he’s the best person to interact with concerning my own thoughts. But before getting into the details, an overview is in order.
In simplified terms, Redfern believes what happened at Roswell involves the intersection of several programs being conducted by Imperial Japan, Nazi Germany, and our own government during WWII and the years immediately following. These programs were:
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