Ex-FBI agent's new thriller involves UFOs, aliens
By Jan Biles
Author and former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Mark Bouton never thought much about unidentified flying objects, extraterrestrials or alien abductions — until he began conducting research for his latest thriller, “The ET Murders.”
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. . . Like the character in his book, Bouton researched UFO sightings and alien abductions for more than a year in order to gather information for the book. He traveled to Roswell and interviewed the director of the Roswell UFO Museum, whose father claimed to have seen two dead alien creatures on stretchers after a circular disk-like aircraft crashed at Roswell in 1947.
Bouton said he was “startled” by what he heard and read: a UFO was sighted over a U.S. missile silo base and suddenly the missiles became inoperable; a UFO was sighted over a missile silo in Russia and, without warning or orders, the missiles were activated for a strike against the United States; documented alien abductions; and the body of an alien — about four feet tall, skinny, with an oversized almond-shaped head and hands with four fingers — killed in the Roswell crash was housed at Fort Riley while it was being transported from Fort Bliss in Texas to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. . . .
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