Investigating the Extraterrestrial Presence Among Us
by Jim Marrs
UFOs, 656 pages
Mass Market Paperback, $6.99
With so much conflicting information about the existence of
UFOs and alien life, an award-winning journalist is required.
Enter Jim Marrs, author of Crossfire: The Plot That Killed
Kennedy and Rule by Secrecy: The Hidden History That
Connects the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons, and the Great
Pyramids. Marrs provides compelling evidence of past and
present alien visitations and gives readers a fresh take on
Roswell and the U.S. governments role in keeping the
incident secret, alien abductions, Apollo astronauts
accounts of their UFO sightings, and the aliens plans for
our planet. After reading Alien Agenda, even UFO skeptics
will think twice about their beliefs.
JIM MARRS is an award-winning
journalist and an authority on psychic phenomena and UFOs. His
book, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, was
published to critical acclaim and within three years had gone
into an eighth printing in both hardbound and softbound editions.
Crossfire reached the New York Times Paperback
Non-Fiction Best Seller List and became a basis for the Oliver
Stone Film JFK. He is also the author of Rule By Secrecy: The
Hidden History That Connects the Trilateral Commission, the
Freemasons, and the Great Pyramids. Marrs has appeared on
ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, C-SPAN, the Discovery, Learning and History
Channels, Geraldo, Montel Williams, and Today, and
the Larry King and Art Bell radio programs.
Marrs is listed in Whos Who in the World and
Whos Who in America. He has won several writing and
photography awards, including the Aviation/Aerospace
Writers Associations National Writing Award and
Newsmaker of the Year Award from the Fort Worth Chapter of the
Society of Professional Journalists. In 1993, Marrs received
Freedom Magazines Human Rights Leadership Award. He has
taught a course on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
at the University of Texas at Arlington. A native of Fort Worth,
Texas, Marrs earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from
the University of North Texas in 1966 and attended Graduate
School at Texas Tech.